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The English Wife (Review)

The English Wife by Lauren Willig My rating: 4 of 5 stars In case you haven't noticed, I love a good murder mystery. I don't even mind if I figure out the murderer as long as the journey had some nice twists and turns. This one, was hands-down the easiest Book of the Month pick… Continue reading The English Wife (Review)

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In a Dark, Dark Wood (Review)

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware My rating: 4 of 5 stars Okay, I'm not talking about the children's story here, which is good in its own right. This is a much, much darker tale of a murder, suspense, and betrayal. Another hyped book (I've been suckered in lately), this one didn't let… Continue reading In a Dark, Dark Wood (Review)

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The Whispering Room (Review)

The Whispering Room by Dean Koontz My rating: 3 of 5 stars So, as mentioned in the previous post, I got my hands on this lovely book then realized it was a sequel. Oops! I was intrigued as to where this one was going to go and I'm always curious about some sequels. Sometimes, a… Continue reading The Whispering Room (Review)

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The Silent Corner (Review)

The Silent Corner by Dean Koontz My rating: 4 of 5 stars I accidentally snagged an eARC of The Whispering Room then realized... it was a sequel! Ah, so naturally, I bought the first one in the Jane Hawk series The Silent Corner. Honestly, I'm glad I did. The pacing of this one was quicker… Continue reading The Silent Corner (Review)

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IT (Review)

It by Stephen King My rating: 4 of 5 stars To no surprise, my book club tackled IT by Stephen King in August. For myself and a few others, this was a re-read before the film release in September, but for other members of the book club, it was a first time experience with one of… Continue reading IT (Review)

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Stillhouse Lake (Review)

Gina never asked about the garage. Books like this are my guilty pleasure. While some watch reality TV shows, I indulge in a good ol' mystery thriller. I can't help it! I love being right and wrong about whodunnit. And with Stillhouse Lake, I was wrong... Twice. In the beginning, I thought I had it all… Continue reading Stillhouse Lake (Review)