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Elly Griffiths: The Woman in Blue, Ruth Galloway Mystery #8


Elly Griffiths’ wonderful Ruth Galloway Mysteries are one of Auntie M’s secret delights. Each new book is like a treat, waiting to be devoured.

In book #8 in the series, … 572 more words

Luther: The Calling (Luther #1), by Neil Cross

Eight stars

As a precursor to the television adaptation, Neil Cross penned this fast-paced novel to introduce the world to John Luther. London is a city full of life, vigour, and energy, but also has a dark underbelly where murders and other violent crimes surface on a regular basis. 399 more words

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How to Interview Your Customers for Case Studies and Articles

Very often, the best source of information about your products and services isn’t you—it’s your customers. Many times, when I work with my clients on putting together case studies and articles, I interview both customer liaisons and selected clients. 528 more words

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In the Clearing (Tracy Crosswhite #3), by Robert Dugoni

Eight stars

First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Robert Dugoni, and Thomas & Mercer for providing me with a copy of this book, which allows me to provide you with this review. 393 more words

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Lust & Wonder (Memoir #3), by Augusten Burroughs

Nine stars

In the final volume of his personal memoir, Burroughs explores matters of the heart. Readers of the previous volumes will know the difficult personal journeys Burroughs has explored through writing; daunting struggles as a youth and battling alcohol addiction. 595 more words

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Dry (Memoir #2), by Augusten Burroughs

Eight stars

Continuing the memoir trilogy, Augusten Burroughs takes the reader through his struggles with addiction as a young man. Living in New York City, Burroughs is busy with an advertising firm, making six-figures, and having little to rein him in. 554 more words

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"Beep beep beep time for sleep"

Do you know someone who loves diggers?! “Beep beep beep Time for sleep” by Claire Freedman and Richard Smythe is a lovely simple book for them. 76 more words