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Review: Neverhome by Laird Hunt

I received an advanced copy of this book from Little, Brown and Company through NetGalley.

Constance is a farmer from Indiana who wants to see more of the world outside of her rural farm. 385 more words

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Mini Reviews for September

September 2nd is a big publication day for lots of great books.  I thought I would do a mini review of some interesting books that will be published this week: 415 more words

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Review- Edmund Persuader: A Romance by Stuart Shotwell

If you  enjoy the style and setting of Jane Austen’s novels then you will love Edmund Persuader. In fact, I was searching for books similar to Austen when I found this novel. 601 more words

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A Review of Personal: A Jack Reacher Novel by Lee Child

Personal: A Jack Reacher Novel

by Lee Child

Do you like a slower paced action thriller, with some mystery, quite a few twists and surprises, and a hero who is very low-key, but can do much more than nearly any human alive. 770 more words

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A Review of Private Down Under by James Patterson, Michael White

Private Down Under

by James Patterson, Michael White

This book is the perfect beach book. Private Down Under will feel very familiar if you have read any of the previous books in the… 579 more words

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A Review of Weirdo by Cathi Unsworth

Weirdo

by Cathi Unsworth

Weirdo is not a fun summer beach book. This is a dark book that tells a story using two timelines. 1984, the time of the brutal murder, and 2004, when the murder is being re-investigated by Sean Ward. 427 more words

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