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Thriller
by Peter Swanson

Right from the start, we know who the killer is, so the driving force of this book is the characters. It is about two couples, four unique people. One of the characters, Hen, is sure her new neighbor murdered someone. She is bipo More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Mystery
by Lisa Jewell

Lisa Jewell delivers once again with this mystery/thriller I did not want to put down. She is one of my go-to authors, and with good reason, her style is sharp and engaging with characters that unique and complicated. THEN SHE More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Historical Fiction
by Chanel Cleeton

Next Year in Havana feels so real. It's about the internal strife and conflicts in revolutionary Cuba but it's also a love story filled with family drama. This book is atmospheric and subtly draws you in with wonderful character More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Tayari Jones

This book is good. It's mostly sad, but also eyeopening as it looks at the criminal justice system in this country, and what happens when someone is wrongly accused and convicted of a serious crime. It also examines marriage and More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Angie Thomas

I usually do not gravitate towards YA, but this debut novel won the audible book of the year in 2017. And it is an NYTimes best seller so, I thought I would give it a try and listen to the audio version. For the record, I have e More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Fiction
by Chloe Benjamin

Would you live your life differently if you knew your date of death? The date your brothers and sisters would die? It's an interesting concept, original and the basic premise of this bittersweet story. It's about four siblings, More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by RaeAnne Thayne

This is the perfect book for lounging poolside when you want something engaging but not taxing to read as you soak up the sunshine and blue skies. It peeks into the lives of three women and a man, giving the reader a warm touchin More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Thriller
by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

I've always loved a good psychological thriller, but I have to say, I'm fast becoming a fan of Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen books in particular. I loved THE WIFE BETWEEN US and seriously doubted this second one would matc More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Yangsze Choo

At the heart of this book are beautiful characters, and a captivating story filled with Chinese mythology, superstition, and culture. The setting is 1930s Malaya and it follows the lives of Ji Lin, a young woman making sacrifice More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Mystery
by Sujata Massey

I didn't read any this author's other works, but this book was a Reese Witherspoon pick and getting good reviews, so I decided to give it a try. I ended up being pleasantly surprised. It's a cleverly plotted combination of myst More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Madeline Miller

The writing in this book is rich and intense, making you want to read slowly so you catch every word. But at the same time, you are entranced by the story and Greek mythology so you want to read as fast as you can. I loved this More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Diane Chamberlain

Without a doubt, this story gives new meaning to the term "unconditional love" and what a mother is willing to do for her child. I don't want to give away too much, but I will say The Dream Daughter tells the story of More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Robert Dugoni

In the Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell, Robert Dugoni creates a beautiful story about a boy born with a genetic abnormality, ocular albinism or red eyes. Growing up and attending Catholic school, he is called "Devil Boy &q More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Nonfiction
by Tara Westover

A powerful and emotionally charged memoir about a young girl who realizes she wants more from life than the poverty stricken life of her childhood. Her profound success is amazing, especially considereing the obstacles she fac More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Nonfiction
by Delia Owens

It's hard for me to understand how any mother can walk away from her child. Kya's mother did just this and sadly, a few years later her father left. By the age of ten, Kya was completely on her own. Her journey is sentimental and More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Historical Fiction
by Heather Morris

Yes, this book is about the horrors of the Holocaust, but more than this, it's a book about love and the limits of human endurance. There is violence and loss, but at the same time, the reader is also a witness to bravery and det More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Historical Fiction
by Georgia Hunter

I listened to this book on audio. After listening to this book on audio, I had to dig for more information on this fascinating story based on the author's family history. At 15 years old Georgia Hunter discovers she comes fro More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Fiction
by Brianna Wolfson

Rosie is a bright, fun, high energy person. When people meet her, the words quirky and eccentric immediately come to mind. Rex is her complete opposite. He likes things planned and orderly, he is a man of rules. Well, as the say More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Fiction
by Sarah Vaughan

This story explores adultery and the concept of consent, which as the book points out, is not always clear cut. It will cause you to reflect on not just the sexual relationships between men and women, but also the overall balance More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Historical Fiction
by Lisa Wingate

Here we have an emotional and compelling story about a black market child trafficking ring. It is inspired by true events, which for me, makes it all the more meaningful. Avery Stafford is a successful federal prosecutor with a More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Thriller
by Rebecca Drake

Full of twists, this is a book that redefines the meaning of female friendship. It is about four friends who become entwined in each others lives, their children go to the same school and play together, they meet for coffee and t More
Reviewed by- Linda

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fiction
by Nicole Baart

If you like light suspenseful stories, with some family drama tossed in, this is the book for you. I found the writing style and plotting similar to Liane Moriarty and Jojo Moyes,so those who love these two, should jump right i More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Historical Fiction
by Pam Jenoff

The premise of this book is not unusual, at least if you read a lot of historical fiction about WWI. And, yes this is a story about the Nazis, but their presence is muted in this tale. It does not mitigate the heinousness or the More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Thriller
by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Wow, this book really kept me guessing. Its good; cleverly written, fast-paced, suspenseful and perfectly plotted. There are many twists and turns you wont see coming, but be warned, the first twist is positively brilliant. More
Reviewed by- Linda

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fiction
by Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes has a knack for taking ordinary events and infusing them with tension, so you just want to keep reading. As usual, in this story, her characters are very normal and real, you like them and want to find out what happens More
Reviewed by- Linda

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