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Chapter 21: More than a pretty face...A Book Review of Karin Slaughter's Pretty Girls

Title: Pretty Girls                                                                                                         Author: Karin Slaughter                                                                                      Published: William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins, ARC 2015                       Rating: 5 Stars

“A particularly beautiful woman is a source of terror.” – Carl Jung… 244 more words

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Video: PT 109 - William Doyle

A great video that really lays out why this should be one of the biggest history books of the holiday season.

PT 109: An American Epic of War, Survival, and the Destiny of John F. 8 more words


Book Review: Blood Red by Wendy Corsi Staub

Blood Red
Mundy’s Landing Book One
Wendy Corsi Staub
William Morrow, September 2015
ISBN No. 13: 978-0-06-23497-3-6
Mass Market Paperback

Rowan and Jake Mundy have left New York City and moved to the small town of Mundy’s Landing, their hometown. 356 more words

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INTERVIEW with Annie England Noblin author of Sit! Stay! Speak! ~ GIVEAWAY

I’m so excited to have Annie England Noblin visiting the blog today, and I think you’ll enjoy getting to know her if you don’t already. She’s agreed to let me interview her, and afterward she’s telling us a little bit about her release–Sit! 1,560 more words


Developing dramatic tensions through fiction: Kim van Alkemade

By Roz DeKett

If she hadn’t stumbled on a handwritten note in the minutes of a long-forgotten committee meeting, Kim van Alkemade might not have given us her powerful debut novel. 1,610 more words

Roz DeKett

New Suspense: Pretty Girls - Karin Slaughter

Crime novelist Slaughter started her career at Harper’s Morrow imprint and we’re happy to have her back. Her 2001 debut, Blindsighted, catapulted to the bestseller list where she’s pretty much stayed ever since. 277 more words


Short Takes - Suspense: Line of Blood - Ben McPerson and Everything She Forgot - Lisa Ballantyne

Already a hit in England, this is the kind of psychological suspense that’s so hot these days—each of the three main characters in the family at the center of this story is a suspect. 426 more words