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Review: WRONGFUL DEATH by L.J. Sellers

I picked up this little mystery off Net Galley. There’s something about winter that makes me want to read crime novels!

In this story, which is part of series featuring the main character- a male detective, a police officer is found brutally murdered near a homeless camp where he had been giving out blankets. 204 more words

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Audiobook Review: RIPPER by Isabel Allende

First let me begin by saying: I love Isabel Allende’s books. THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS is one of favorite books ever. EVA LUNA, OF LOVE AND SHADOWS, DAUGHTER OF FORTUNE, PORTRAIT IN SEPIA. 446 more words

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Book Blast - LETTERS TO KEZIA by Peni Jo Renner

As part of the Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours event, I’m posting about the newly published LETTER TO KEZIA novel today.

Here’s a synopsis of the plot (courtesy of HFVBT): 308 more words

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Audiobook Review: The Night Strangers by Chris Bohjalian

Chris Bohjalian is one of the most versatile authors I know. Each thing he writes is unique and quite different from his other works. As I loved his THE LIGHT IN THE RUINS and CLOSE YOUR EYES, HOLD HANDS, I pulled this from the library audio shelf (as I’ve mentioned before, I spend a LOT of time in the car). 320 more words

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Cookbook Review: SUPERMARKET HEALTHY by Melissa D'Arabian

I recently received the new Melissa D’Arabian cookbook from Blogging for Books. The subtitle is “Recipes and Know-How for Eating Well without Spending a Lot”. I enjoy watching Melissa on the Food Network and I had heard good things about her first cookbook – $10 Dinners – though I don’t own it. 203 more words

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Review: Eight Minutes by Lori Reisenbichler

When Kandy at MindBuck Media Publicity offered me an ARC of EIGHT MINUTES I thought it sounded like a fun thriller to read. Well, I was right! 393 more words

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Review: THE HALF-BROTHER by Holly LeCraw

I received this book several months ago through Net Galley as an ARC. I thought the premise sounded interesting, a young man and his half-brother both working at a private high school in New England. 330 more words

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