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mystery
by Shari Lapena

I have mixed feelings towards this book. On the one hand, I kept changing my mind on who done it Ė a good thing. The characters are complex and believable Ė also good. I loved the pacing and also enjoyed the twists and turns; t More
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mystery
by Ruth Ware

Lying has consequences. If you have any doubts, this is a must read book. Although the story is told from Isaís point of view, itís about four friends who meet at boarding school, get on with their lives and then meet again yea More
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mystery
by Gin Phillips

This book does an excellent job of showing the strength of the mother child bond. And as promised, it also shows how far a mother will go to protect her child. The premise is fantastic, a group of people, trapped in a zoo for th More
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Historical Fiction
by Cassie Dandridge Selleck

Southern fiction at its best; beautifully developed characters, lyrical descriptions and a story with meaning and moral lessons to ponder. Ora Lee is strong willed, and itís a good thing because she must stand up for what she bel More
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Historical Fiction
by Kate Quinn

I have to start by saying this is a great story that brings real events to life and will compel you to learn more about this period in history. As I read, my passion for truth and justice started coming to life; I couldn't belie More
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fiction
by Susan Meissner

There are many great things about this book. Itís a feel good story, and I loved the clean, fresh writing style. The characters are believable, and the author seamlessly weaves layers of intrigue into the story. There are three More
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fiction
by Val Emmich

Ten year old Joan has HSAM, a condition which allows her to remember every day in her life exactly as it happened. She can recall every detail of every conversation, and everything that happened, right down to the day of the wee More
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mystery
by Paula Hawkins

First off, I enjoyed this book. Iím not so sure I liked it as much as ďA Girl On The Train, Ē but it was good, just for different reasons. Publishers should probably stop comparing these two books; they are not similar. The de More
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Thriller
by Lisa Jewell

This is a fantastic character driven story that you donít want to miss. You don't have to wait long for things to start happening; it captivates and keeps you fully engaged right away. The story has three distinct and very diffe More
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fiction
by Anita Shreve

This is a story of survival. In the immediate sense, Grace saves herself and her children from a fire that courses through her small seacoast town in Maine. On another level, her husband Gene, goes missing after being called to More
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fiction
by Hannah Tinti

A gritty, poignant father daughter story that will touch your heart. Heís a criminal and wants to pass on the tools of his trade to his young, impressionable and willing daughter. Their life together is not conventional by any More
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fiction
by Benjamin Ludwig

Ginny Moonís character redefines what it means to be brave. After suffering a lot of physical and emotional abuse, Social Services finally deems her druggie mother unfit and Ginny is placed in foster care. However, some things j More
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fiction
by Gail Honeyman

Eleanor is unique or maybe I should say odd or damaged, but her story is moving. She loves routine. She also loves crossword puzzles, pizza and vodka. As a child her mother constantly told her she was ugly and she also suffere More
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Historical Fiction
by Lisa See

A must read for historical fiction enthusiasts. This amazing story showcases the harshness and the opposing joy and happiness of tradition. When I read about cruel, senseless, customs such as those depicted in this story, I caní More
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mystery
by Jacqueline Winspear

As Jacqueline Winspear pulls you into Maisieís marvelous world, you feel like you are getting together with an old friend you havenít seen in a while. Four years have passed in Maisieís life, and a lot has happened, offstage so More
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Historical Fiction
by Eoin Dempsey

Historical fiction lovers will devour this love story that takes place during WWII. It tells the story of Christopher who joins the SS in hopes of finding his love, Rebecca. She is a prisoner in Auschwitz. He is in charge of More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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fiction
by Jill Santopolo

I couldn't stop listening to THE LIGHT WE LOST on audio. I found myself looking for excuses to take the dog for a walk so that I could listen to one more chapter. This book is Jill Santopolo first adult novel, but she's written More
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Historical Fiction
by Kristen Hannah

Two strong women, sisters with very different personalities and different approaches to survival during war. Although there were some parts of the book that were not plausable; the story is one that is easy to read and emotionall More
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fiction
by Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes is one of my favorite authors and one that I turn to quite often. I was looking for a light read to listen to on audio, and The Horse Dance made an excellent choice. It was easy to follow, and the narration was aweso More
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fiction
by Emily Giffin

There are a lot of interwoven themes in this book, which combined with the many layers and complexities of human relationships, give the story depth. I really enjoy books about family drama and Emily Giffin nails family dynamics More
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Thriller
by Jane Harper

A fantastic blend of mystery, suspense and complex relationships, this is a well written story with an amazing sense of time and place. The setting is a small community in Australia during one of the worst droughts Australia has More
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Historical Fiction
by Armando Lucas Correa

This is a fictionalized account of true events. 900 German Jews looking for a safe haven, boarded the St.Louis for a trans atlantic trip. Many were to stay in Cuba, the first stop, with the others continuing on to the United Stat More
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Historical Fiction
by Mark Sullivan

Historical Fiction is one of my favorite genres, so I was excited to listen to the audiobook, Beneath the Scarlett Sky by Mark Sullivan. This little known piece of history is about the strength of the human spirit and the brave More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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non fiction
by Margot Lee Shetterly

Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly highlights a little-known piece of American history. During the height of the civil rights movement, NASA was in need of human computers for the space program. They hired a group of Africa More
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Historical Fiction
by Sandra Dallas

Gracy is a midwife in a small mining town in Colorado. She has a deep love of midwifery and is devoted to her family. Reading her story draws the reader into the life of a woman and a midwife living in 1880. Life was hard, you More
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