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The Night the Lights Went Out

The Night the Lights Went Out, by Karen White

This was a fun and surprising book. It starts out with newly-divorced Merilee Dunlop renting a house from a 95-year-old woman named Sugar Prescott. 420 more words

Book Review: Before the Fall by Noah Hawley

What a brilliant concept for a book – how many books have you read where a plane crashes (or a huge disaster happens) and it’s detailed in a few pages and the story continues. 903 more words

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Sunbaked by Junie Coffey

“Love, hate, or money. That’s the root of every violent crime, isn’t it?” Junie Coffey, Sunbaked.

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Things seemed to get off to a good start. 382 more words

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Advance #BookReview A Justified Bitch by H G McKinnis #Tuesdaybookblog #thriller #Netgalley

​When her neighbour, Bebe, is murdered Helen finds herself and her eccentric lifestyle under scrutiny. can hear and see Bobby her deceased husband, refuses to bathe and groom herself and lives with a number of cats in squalor. 155 more words

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The River at Night, by Erica Ferencik


A compulsively readable survival thriller ala Deliverance and The Descent that is begging to be adapted into a show or film. It features a group of friends in their late 30s, all women, who don’t regularly see one another in their day to day lives but who take periodic, adventurous vacations away from it all. 215 more words

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Review ~ Only She Sees by Manel Loureiro

Book: Only She Sees


Author: Manel Loureiro

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Format/Page Count: Kindle, 352

Published: AmazonCrossing, Feb 7, 2017

Source: Publisher

After a tragic car accident shatters her body and mind, Cassandra struggles to piece together her life as a respected psychiatrist and devoted mother.

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#BookReview The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances #thriller #Netgalley

Laura loves her son, Daniel, and is excited to have him nearby again as he finishes University and moves back to London to start his new job soon. 187 more words

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