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MINISTRY OF FEAR (1943) by Graham Greene

A wartime story of espionage and guilt, this was the last and personal favourite of Graham Greene’s self-styled ‘entertainments,’ the term he used to differentiate his thrillers from his more mainstream novels, though several of his books fall into that category too (see the list below). 937 more words

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Control Girl - Book Review - Five Stars!

By:  Shannon Popkin

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First Person • Non-Fiction • One Point of View • 207 Pages

About the Book (Backcover Blurb): 659 more words


Five Stars for StateWide Ford!

Here at StateWide Ford we pride ourselves on excellent customer service! It’s our number one priority to ensure that every customer that walks through our door or visits  344 more words

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Review: Rough & Tumble by Rhenna Morgan

“I think you’ve already got a clear picture in your head.”
“I’ve got an outline. I want you to color it in for me.”

Jace is the ultimate alpha male. 703 more words


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Reviews are great.

All reviews. Even that one-star trouncing that makes you feel like roadkill.

Yes, even those are great.

Because it means folks are reading your book. 216 more words


15 Minutes by Larissa Reinhart

Setting: Black Pine, Georgia


  • Maizie Albright – Grown up child star; Black Pine native returning home after years of Hollywood living
  • Wyatt Nash – Private investigator; reluctant and unwilling employer to Maizie…
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ARC Review: Hard Wired by Santino Hassell and Megan Erickson

I have adored this entire series and Hard Wired (Can we all admit that Hassell and Erickson’s title game is on point?) follows this pattern. Hold on to your angst meters, ya’ll. 751 more words