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Say You're Sorry // by Michael Robotham

In Robotham’s sixth outing for the Joseph O’Laughlin series, Joe himself is back as the main narrator (present tense, unfortunately, although Robotham does write it fairly well).   484 more words

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You guys, I think I busted through my slump! Let’s hope it’s not temporary. And let’s see if I can squeeze in all the books from this week… 965 more words

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Bleed for Me // by Michael Robotham

This is the fourth installment of the Joseph O’Laughlin series, and Joe himself is once again our narrator – and once again in the first person, present tense.   592 more words

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Leven of Dood als strijd van een auteur met z’n hoofdpersoon (Michael Robotham, Leven of Dood)

Leven of Dood gaat over een man die leeft in het besef dat de dood hem elk moment kan komen halen. Het enige waar het in het leven op aankomt “is dat je de volgende voetstap op de goede plek zet” (24). 269 more words

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Shatter // by Michael Robotham

Well, look at this!  I promised you all this morning that I was going to start getting back into the blogging groove, and here we are with an actual book review already!   483 more words

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Lost // by Michael Robotham

This is the second book in the Joseph O’Laughlin series, but in this book, Joe is more of a secondary character.  The primary protagonist, and narrator, if this story is Vincent Ruiz, a homicide detective that we met in the last book.   413 more words

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Suspect // by Michael Robotham

Now that I’ve finished the Amanda Jaffe series, I’m ready to delve into something new.  My next mystery series is the Joseph O’Laughlin series by Michael Robotham, first brought to my attention by FictionFan, who has reviewed several books from this series, including  621 more words

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