Book Review Of “Two Girls Down” By Louisa Luna @doubledaybooks

When two young sisters disappear from a strip mall parking lot in a small Pennsylvania town, their devastated mother hires an enigmatic bounty hunter, Alice Vega, to help find the girls. Immediately shut out by a local police department already stretched thin by budget cuts and the growing OxyContin and...

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Blog Tour And Book Review For “Girl Unknown” By Karen Perry @HenryHolt #blogtour

‘I think you might be my father . . .’ When first-year student Zoë Barry walks into Professor David Connolly’s office and tentatively says these words, he is left reeling. But it is the lives of his family – particularly his wife Caroline – which are turned upside down by...

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Book Review Of “Killer Choice” By Tom Hunt @berkleypub

The electrifying debut thriller that asks the question: To save the one you love, is there any price you wouldn’t pay? His wife is sick. He needs $200,000 to save her. A mysterious man offers to give him the money with just one catch: He has to murder someone to...

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Blog Tour And Book Review Of “Deep Blue Trouble” By Steph Broadribb @OrendaBooks @crimethrillgirl

Single-mother Florida bounty hunter Lori Anderson’s got an ocean of trouble on her hands. Her daughter Dakota is safe, but her cancer is threatening a comeback, and Lori needs JT—Dakota’s daddy and the man who taught Lori everything—alive and kicking. Problem is, he’s behind bars, and heading for death row....

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Spotlight On “Hell Bent” By Gregg Hurwitz @Minotaurbooks

  Evan Smoak―government assassin gone rogue―returns in Hellbent, an engrossing, unputdownable thriller from Gregg Hurwitz, the latest in his #1 international bestselling Orphan X series. Taken from a group home at age twelve, Evan Smoak was raised and trained as an off-the-books government assassin: Orphan X. After he broke with the...

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Blog Tour And Book Review Of “Carnegie’s Maid” By Marie Benedict @Sourcebooks

  From the author of The Other Einstein, the mesmerizing tale of what kind of woman could have inspired an American dynasty. Clara Kelley is not who they think she is. She’s not the experienced Irish maid who was hired to work in one of Pittsburgh’s grandest households. She’s a poor...

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Book Review Of “The Last Man In Tehran” By Mark Henshaw @touchstonebooks

  Decorated CIA analyst Mark Henshaw continues the “authentic, compelling, and revealing” (Jason Matthews) Red Cell series following agent Kyra Stryker who must work with retired analyst Jonathan Burke to save the CIA from being torn apart by a conspiracy of moles. New Red Cell Chief Kyra Stryker has barely...

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Book Review Of “This Is Not A Love Letter” By Kim Purcell @disneyhyperion #kimpurcell

One week. That’s all Jessie said. A one-week break to get some perspective before graduation, before she and her boyfriend, Chris, would have to make all the big, scary decisions about their future–decisions they had been fighting about for weeks. Then, Chris vanishes. The police think he’s run away, but...

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Book Review Of “Keep Her Safe” By K.A. Tucker @Atriabooks @Kathleenatucker @#bookblogger

Making a Murderer meets Scandal in this story of police corruption, family secrets, and illicit affairs from bestselling author K.A. Tucker, celebrated for her “propulsive plot twists and searing seduction” (USA TODAY). Noah Marshall has known a privileged and comfortable life thanks to his mother, the highly decorated chief of...

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Book Review Of “As Bright As Heaven” By Susan Meissner @BookishHQ @Berkleypub @susanmeissner #bookreview

From the acclaimed author of Secrets of a Charmed Life and A Bridge Across the Ocean comes a new novel set in Philadelphia during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918, which tells the story of a family reborn through loss and love. In 1918, Philadelphia was a city teeming with promise. Even as its...

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Spotlight On “Her Last Day” By T.R. Ragan @amazonpub #thomas&mercer

  “With action-packed twists and turns and a pace that doesn’t let up until the thrilling conclusion, Her Last Day is a brilliant start to a gripping new series from T.R. Ragan.” —Robert Bryndza, #1 international bestselling author of The Girl in the Ice Ten years ago, PI Jessie Cole and reporter Ben...

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Book Review Of “Watch Me” By Jody Gehrman @StMartinsPress @jodygehrman

For fans of dark and twisty psychological thrillers, Watch Me is a riveting novel of suspense about how far obsession can go. Kate Youngblood is disappearing. Muddling through her late 30s as a creative writing professor at Blackwood college, she’s dangerously close to never being noticed again. The follow-up novel...

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Book Review Of ” Best Friends Forever” By Margot Hunt @bookclubbish #mirabooks

How well do you really know your best friend? Kat Grant and Alice Campbell have a friendship forged in shared confidences and long lunches lubricated by expensive wine. Though they’re very different women—the artsy socialite and the struggling suburbanite—they’re each other’s rocks. But even rocks crumble under pressure. Like when...

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Book Review Of “Star Wars; The Rebel Files” By Daniel Wallace @blrobins2

The Rebel Files Deluxe Edition. Fully Illustrated, with Removable Features and a Mechanical Vault. Open the case to reveal the secrets contained within the book of collected Rebel intel. Then open the concealed compartment and watch as the vault reveals the stolen plans for the Death Star. See the full...

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Book Review Of “The Wife” By Alafair Burke @harperbooks @alafairburke #bookblogger #bookreview

When Angela met Jason Powell while catering a dinner party in East Hampton, she assumed their romance would be a short-lived fling, like so many relationships between locals and summer visitors. To her surprise, Jason, a brilliant economics professor at NYU, had other plans, and they married the following summer....

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Book Review Of “Oliver Loving” By Steffan Merrill Block @flatironbooks

From a celebrated literary talent comes a brilliant, propulsive novel about family, the traumas and secrets that test our deepest bonds, and the stories that hold us together. One warm, West Texas November night, a shy boy named Oliver Loving joins his classmates at Bliss County Day School’s annual dance,...

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Spotlight on “The Breathless” By Tara Goedjen

For fans of the dark family secrets of We Were Liars and the page-turning suspense of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, The Breathless is a haunting tale of deeply buried secrets, forbidden love, and how far some will go to bring back what’s long dead.  No one knows what really happened on the beach...

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Book Review Of “Mis(h)adra By Iasmin Omar Ata @gallerybooks

An Arab-American college student struggles to live with epilepsy in this starkly colored and deeply-cutting graphic novel. Isaac wants nothing more than to be a functional college student—but managing his epilepsy is an exhausting battle to survive. He attempts to maintain a balancing act between his seizure triggers and his...

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Book Review Of “Grist Mill Road” By Christopher J. Yates @picadorbooks

Grist Mill Road is a dark and twisty Rashomon-style narrative which is expertly plotted. The year is 1982, the setting an Edenic hamlet some 90 miles north of New York City. There, among the craggy rock cliffs and glacial ponds of timeworn mountains, three friends—Patrick, Matthew and Hannah— are bound together...

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December 2017 Book Haul

Here are the lovely books I received in the Month of December. Hydra, By Matt Wesolowski  (sent for review) Deep Blue Trouble, By Steph Broadribb (sent for review) The Queen Of Hearts, By Kimmery Martin (sent for review) The Book Of Cheese, By Liz Thorpe (sent for review) The Card...

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