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A Review of Under Dark Skies by A.J. Scudiere

The NightShade Forensic Files Book 1:
Under Dark Skies

by A.J. Scudiere

This book was a very pleasant surprise. I didn’t know what to expect when I read the blurb about… 554 more words

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A Review of Eavesdrop: A Mossad Spy Thriller by Ian Coates

Eavesdrop: A Mossad Spy Thriller

by Ian Coates

Eavesdrop is a multi-threaded mystery thriller. Both threads finally come together in Helsinki, Finland. The main problem that I had with this book was that those threads were too close to straight lines. 625 more words

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A Review of World Gone By: A Novel by Dennis Lehane

World Gone By: A Novel

by Dennis Lehane

For some reason I had a real hard time getting into World Gone By. It’s very well written. 827 more words

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A Review of Hush Hush by Laura Lippman

Hush Hush (Tess Monaghan #12)

by Laura Lippman

I had heard good things about the Tess Monaghan series, written by Ms. Lippman; and had always planned to read some of them; so when eldelweiss.com offered… 939 more words

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Review: Away: A Novel

Away is a novel of epic proportions, panoramic in its landscape and a saga covering two years in the life of Lillian Leyb. Leyb is a Russian immigrant, who has fled the pograms. 439 more words

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A Review of Killer by Jonathan Kellerman

Killer

by Jonathan Kellerman

Exciting, well paced, and hard to put down. Mr. Kellerman has another winner with Killer. It grabbed me and wouldn’t let go. 767 more words

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Books by Edna Ferber

I have read several books by Edna Ferber, recently. I have a couple more books of hers to read.

Her writing speaks to me on many levels, aside from the fact that she began writing in 1911-her first novel, Dawn O’Hara, the Girl Who Laughed. 332 more words

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