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American Fire
American Fire: Love, Arson, and Life in a Vanishing Land | Monica Hesse
Shocked by a five-month arson spree that left a rural Virginia county reeling, Washington Post reporter Monica Hesse drove down to the desolate county of Accomack to cover the trial of Charlie Smith, who pled guilty to 67 counts of arson. But Charlie wasn't lighting fires alone: his crimes were galvanized by a twisted love story. Over two years of reporting, Hesse uncovered the motives of this troubled addict and his struggling accomplice, girlfriend Tonya Bundick. In depicting the dangerous shift in their passionate relationship, Hesse brilliantly brings to life the once-thriving coastal community and its distressed inhabitants, decimated by a punishing economy and increasingly terrified by a string of fires they could not explain. Incorporating this drama into the long-overlooked history of arson in the United States, American Fire re-creates the anguished nights this quiet county lit up in flames, mesmerizingly evoking a microcosm of rural America--a land half gutted before the fires even began.
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JoeMo
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Overall, I‘d call this a weak pick. The concept was interesting and I really enjoyed the first 2/3 or so of the story. I just felt the last third or so of the book dragged once the court room stage started. I give the author kudos for the fact that the audiobook only lasted 7.5 hours, but even that felt a bit long with how the last 2.5 hours or so lost momentum.

allureofbeauty I didn‘t super like this one. 5mo
JoeMo @allureofbeauty I understand why having read it. The premise itself is interesting, but the rest of the book falters considerably…I think it was a combo of the story petering out and the author‘s format not working. Like, I still wonder why she reveals the guilty parties almost immediately. If she had kept that a mystery for a larger chunk of the book, it with have made things more interesting and suspenseful 5mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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allureofbeauty
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Panpan

Come on, Baby, light my fire…

Read for a book club pick. Not really sure why it got turned into a book. I didn‘t think it was that interesting.

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JackOBotts
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Stealing my own photo for this review…

What a wild ride…a stretch of over 60 arsons in a small Eastern Shore town…a love story…volunteer fire fighters tirelessly out there night after night.

Glad to have read this for my first #Roll100 pick - definitely off to a great start. 🔥🔥🔥🔥

Crazeedi Good read! 12mo
PuddleJumper Yay! 12mo
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JackOBotts
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My #Roll100 pick (#24) is a #BOTM backlog from July 2017! 😮 Already excited for @PuddleJumper ‘s challenge, which will help me read some titles that have been waiting patiently in the wings for far too long. 📚📚

PuddleJumper I hope it is good after hanging around for so long! 13mo
JackOBotts @PuddleJumper - 🤞🏼me too! 😆 If not, it‘ll be moving on to the library donation pile! 13mo
jlhammar I enjoyed this one. Crazy story. 13mo
JackOBotts @jlhammar - I re-read the dust jacket today and was reminded why I made this a pick for #botm. It seems like nonfiction that reads like fiction. Wow! I‘m looking forward to reading this one! 13mo
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angel1
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⭐⭐⭐⭐/5
With my son being a firefighter, it was hard reading a true crime story on arson. Firefighters put their life on the line for such senseless acts but with that being said the book was really good and well written. Thankful for all firefighters and what they do daily!

kspenmoll Such a fantastic book! 1y
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Laughterhp
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Thanks for the rec Litsy friends! Finished probably my 2nd ever true crime novel.

This one was pretty interesting. Some of the facts and figures, I couldn‘t process. I have a hard time hearing numbers and remembering them. Overall, the story was intriguing! I can‘t believe how many fires were set!

#TeamHendrix #Scarathlon2021 +6pts
#Screamathon
#LittensListen
#OctoberBookBingo - 2 bingos
#OutstandingOctober
#LittensDressedinBlood
#Spookoween

Kayla.Adriena I read this for a LMPBC book and thought it was good! 1y
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FelinesAndFelonies
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I enjoy true crime books & this one was no exception. The book develops the case well & incorporates criminal &investigative procedure without being dry. I couldn't help but feel terrible for Charlie. Telling the story of rural decline & how frustration, poverty, & hopelessness can influence deviant behavior. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Eggs
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True crime!! A five-month arson spree that left a rural Virginia county reeling. Charlie Smith pled guilty to 67 counts of arson. But Charlie wasn't lighting fires alone: his crimes were galvanized by a twisted love story. So #maddening #maycharacters @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This was good!! 🔥 2y
Eggs Yes! Arson creeps me out😳 🔥😱 2y
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NatalieR
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Very interesting true crime story of a couple who set fire to abandoned buildings/homes over a 5 month period in Virginia. The book covers the crimes, emergency responders, dynamics of the couple, arrest, and trial. #MountTBR

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Annie1215
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I feel like I‘m way behind on everything because my days are jam packed - including opening my mail

Between my demanding work schedule, and all the extracurricular stuff I have going on, I‘m exhausted and often overwhelmed. My ambition is eating my peace these days

This was such a nice surprise to get in my book mail. Thanks @rsteve388 I can‘t wait to check this one out!

rsteve388 Yay! Thanks for.participating in LMPBC 2y
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rsteve388
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This was an interesting read about the fires that occurred on the Eastern Shore of VA. Two lovers light a series of fires for a multitude of reasons..but mostly for love. Short easy read, Monica Hesse made the book feel like a novel so it was enjoyable and easy to follow.

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rsteve388
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#NFN #NFN20 here is my physical book list for Non Fiction November!

Also I am sending all of you an email right now to welcome you all to NFN :)

Crazeedi American Fire was good 2y
RamsFan1963 The Road to Jonestown was one of the best non-fiction books I've ever read. I highly recommend it. 2y
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rsteve388
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Morning Everyone! I am so excited to see everyone who is participating in #NFN20 starting their non fiction reads this morning. You'll be getting an email from me later today after breakfast and coffee and get some.chorea done. Happy Reading Everyone!

alisiakae I filled out the form, right? I have a memory of doing it, but not sure if I hit submit. 🤣🤣 2y
rsteve388 I believe I remember seeing your name I'll check after lunch. 2y
rsteve388 @4thhouseontheleft you signed up! You are all.set. 2y
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Eggs
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Crazeedi I've read the first two! Great books!! 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💗📚💗 2y
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I loved the last 2!! 2y
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kspenmoll
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SilversReviews We picked one book the same. 2y
BarbaraBB I chose In Cold Blood too and could have chosen American Fire as well. Do good! 2y
Megabooks American Fire was so good! 2y
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OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 2y
kspenmoll @SilversReviews Like minds! 2y
kspenmoll @Megabooks @BarbaraBB Yes, such a great book! 2y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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#Flames
#MagicalMay

🔥🔥🔥

Megabooks Such a good book! 3y
Eggs Great NF 👏🏻👏🏻 3y
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Bookwormjillk
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This is the closest I could come @katy4peas

Anyone have a book with a cat on the cover? #ispy

SomedayAlmost I love this book! 3y
katy4peas Nice! Thanks for playing! 😊 3y
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Megabooks
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Your middle-of-the-night throwback is brought to you by the #botmchallenge 2017 😘😘💖🤩 @Reviewsbylola @emilyhaldi @L_auren

This picture was taken in the dark. I‘ll try to make a better one tomorrow.

Remember when BOTM was awesome?!?

BarbaraBB I received your lovely postcard. Thank you so much dear Meg, it lightened up my day 💚💚 3y
Megabooks @BarbaraBB yay!! I‘m loving your pictures over on Instagram. 💖💖 3y
emilyhaldi I've been unsubscribed from BOTM for over a year now 😪 3y
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Reviewsbylola And their bookmarks were actually cool! 3y
BarbaraBB Thanks 💚. I go for a walk each night - as long as we‘re not in lockdown. It is very refreshing to clear my head. But it‘s strange too, those empty streets. 3y
DGRachel I miss their “fancy” bookmarks! 3y
L_auren The days!!! 3y
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Kimberlone
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Finished 1/31/20. I was a bit underwhelmed by this. I found myself more interested in the side of the first responders, firefighters, and police who were trying to solve the case than the perpetrators. While I felt sorry for Charlie for how he became involved in the arsons, there‘s very little insight as to Tonya‘s motivations and in the end she is still somewhat of an enigma and pretty unsympathetic. The audio narration was pretty boring. 2.5 ⭐️

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Kimberlone
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I actually started this earlier this week while at work, but I wasn‘t really paying attention to the first two hours, so I started it again at the beginning today while I was cleaning. I remember this book being pretty popular on Litsy back when it first came out a few years ago.

vivastory I really liked this one 3y
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MidnightBookGirl
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Working on notes for book club tonight!

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MidnightBookGirl
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It was kind of nice to read a true crime story that didn't contain murder! Can't wait to discuss this at book club (and share the picture of one of the arsonists sporting a truly heinous and culturally appropriating hairstyle). #NFNov #24b4Monday #Readathon #litsypartyofone #mrbook1inamillion @Clwojick @MrBook @TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65

MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 3y
TheBookHippie We did this way back for #BOTMBUDDYREAD not sure if you can search it by the title here but we had really good discussions! Fascinating read. 3y
MidnightBookGirl @TheBookHippie I'll take a look! Thanks- that will help me come up with book club questions! 3y
Andrew65 👏👏👏👍 3y
Clwojick 6pts. 3y
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MidnightBookGirl
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I worked a lot yesterday, but it was just updating statuses on a website, so I was able to listen to a lot of audio, and I made time to read my physical books too. I don't know if I'll get 24 hours total before Monday, but I'm trying!
#24B4Monday #Readathon #LitsyPartyofOne #MrBook1inaMillion #NFNov
@mrbook @Andrew65 @TheReadingMermaid

Andrew65 Fantastic total! 👏👏👏 Well done. 👍 Good luck for day 2. 3y
MrBook You‘re doing awesome!!! 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 3y
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MidnightBookGirl
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Home! Drinking some tea and reading while dinner cooks. Also, arson is a crazy crime. Don't make a liar out of Billy Joel (We Didn't Start the Fire). #Readathon #litsypartyofone #24b4Monday #mrbook1inamillion @mrbook @Andrew65 @TheReadingMermaid

Andrew65 Love the cup ❣️ 3y
MrBook Love Billy Joel! And that mug. And tea. You‘re awesome! ☺️🤗 3y
Linsy Love that mug!! 3y
My.heart.is.lit Cool mug!!! ☕️ 3y
Nute Diggin‘ that mug! 3y
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MidnightBookGirl
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Starting this one for our bookstore's True Crime book club and it also works for #NFNov! #Readathon #litsypartyofone #24b4Monday #mrbook1inamillion @MrBook @Andrew65 @TheReadingMermaid @Clwojick

Clwojick Oooh! I love a good true crime! 1pt. 3y
Andrew65 Good luck, hope you enjoy it. 😊👍 3y
MrBook Ooooh 😳😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻!!!! 3y
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Bookwormjillk
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This was a really good read. Highly recommend for fans of Serial.

ps thank you @Lovesbooks87 for including this in my #summersantagoespostal swap box!

kspenmoll Great book!!! 3y
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Bookwormjillk
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Weekend reads

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This was good!! 🔥 3y
SomedayAlmost I loved this! I started reading it as research for an arson novella I am writing, but ended up fascinated with the portrait of the region. 3y
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readtheworld
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Really enjoyed this one — it‘s always nice to find a suspenseful, well-written true crime book that doesn‘t focus on grisly murder(s).

#nonfiction #truecrime #audiobook

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Gnora
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Happy Monday Litsy! Hope everyone had a great weekend. 😁

I've got a new #Top6List this morning, non-violent true crime! One of my biggest surprises when I came to work at the library was the popularity of the true crime genre. These are true crime books for people like me who can't stand all the murder and gore! They follow crimes that are often twisty, dark, and devious, but rarely get anyone killed. Enjoy!

#LibraryBooks #RA #TrueCrime

Megabooks I‘ve read 4/6 and liked 3/4. I didn‘t like Stranger in the Woods. I‘ve added Gardner to my TBR! Thanks! 3y
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Christinak
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My weekend reading.
#nonfiction #virginia

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cherylmorton
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“They believed, based on anecdotal evidence and prurient wishful thinking, that fires were set by young peasant women...In time, scientists began realizing that all women got periods, not just peasants and not just arsonists, and so perhaps a better explanation was needed to explain arson.”

(This is good writing, folks)

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ClairesReads
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American Fire is a highly engaging true crime narrative. It was refreshing to read about a crime that isn't murder, in this much depth. In this book, Hesse does what I love most in investigative journalism, she does just tell the story of what happened, but locates this crime in a place, a community, and a time, which plays such a significant role in our understanding of how and why these things happen. #readharder2019

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ClairesReads
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Back on the audios with some true crime that never fails me #readharder2019

Crazeedi Good read 4y
ClairesReads @Crazeedi only 3 chapters in but it‘s great so far 4y
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cherinium
Pickpick

Intriguing #truecrime. Who knew arson could fix relationships?

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cherinium
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Struggling to find good light for reading while staying at a non-reader's house for pet sitting. Even though, technically the pet is mine (one of my cats lives at my married-but-living-apart husband's house). #thestruggleisreal #currentlyreading #truecrime

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BritanyA
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⭐️⭐️⭐️: Non Fiction about a messed up love story, erectile dysfunction and arson.

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Megabooks
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This was a great choice for a #BOTMchallenge reread. I fully blame @Cinfhen @Reviewsbylola and @emilyhaldi for my newfound true crime addiction!

C‘mon please Accommack County, #gimmeshelter! So many old, deserted places were burned down by Charlie and Tonya, including the Whispering Pines resort, pictured. It‘s great that no one died, but I really feel for the volunteer firefighters called out night after night during the arson spree. 4⭐️

Mdargusch I 🖤 true crime! This one had me googling and stalking on FB! 4y
emilyhaldi I‘m due for a good true crime read!!! The best! 4y
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Megabooks @emilyhaldi Try this one. Cindy recommended it, and I‘m enjoying it. 4y
Megabooks @Mdargusch oooo...find anything juicy?? I‘m not on fb. This is a really fascinating book!! 4y
Cinfhen I just requested a whole slew of new True Crime books from NetGalley 😬 @emilyhaldi @Megabooks so far I‘ve been approved for 4y
Megabooks @Cinfhen Someday I‘m going to get on Net Galley! It sounds fun! (edited) 4y
EadieB @cinfhen @megabooks @emilyhaldi @Mdargusch
I just requested this month from LibraryThing this true crime book to review:
Trace: Who Killed Maria James? by Brown, Rachael
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Mdargusch Sounds good @cinched. I‘ll be waiting for your review. 4y
Mdargusch I will be waiting for your review too @EadieB 4y
EadieB @Mdargusch Gotta wait for it to come in the mail so might be awhile! 4y
Reviewsbylola True crime rocks! And could their pictures be any creepier?! Holy hell! 😣 4y
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola I know! I don‘t know which is worse, the Halloween picture or the mugshots? That is some eyeliner!!!! 4y
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mcausten_sister
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The preface already has me excited.

#nonfiction #americanfire

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Megabooks
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#ThrowbackSaturday #HowFarIllGo #botmchallenge #MayMovieMagic

Oh, Emily, Steph, and Lauren, look what I checked out!! This one of my favorite nonfictions from 2017!

The prompt works because of how far we went reading all 60 #botm back then. It was fun. 😁👍🏻😁 Also, how far will these arsonists go! Six fires in one night with only volunteer fire departments. Just the whole story is crazy!

Reviewsbylola Tonya is one crazy bitch! 4y
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola if I could put a truth sticker here, I would! 4y
Cinfhen Was this one of your firsts?!?!!?? Such a crazy story 4y
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Megabooks @Cinfhen it was one of my first true crime books! 4y
emilyhaldi I still can‘t believe we were crazy enough to do that challenge 😜 4y
Megabooks @emilyhaldi Lol! I don‘t think I‘d do it again, but I‘m glad I did it once. Kinda like reaching the summit of Everest. 😂😂 4y
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola I had totally forgotten about the “club clothes” store she ran out Charlie‘s shop and that all she wore was panties and a bra to the bar one night!! 😳😳😳 4y
L_auren @emilyhaldi @Megabooks @reviewsbylola I think that was the best year of books of BOTM thankfully!!! But never again! 4y
emilyhaldi So true!!! @L_auren this year or last, I probably would have had to quit the challenge based on the BOTM choices 😜 4y
Megabooks @L_auren @emilyhaldi @Reviewsbylola 16-17 were definitely the best years. I stopped last year because a) the books sucked, and b) the bindings were super cheap! I‘m back to reading more ebooks now, so I don‘t think it‘s worth the expense, even though I like getting packages! 😉 4y
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atla
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“To talk about arson is to talk about buildings burning down. To talk about the term ‘pyromania‘ is really to talk about the unfathomable mysteries of the human brain and the human heart: Why do we do things? Why do we want things? What moves us, and stirs us, and why are some people moved by the things that the rest of us find inexplicable or abhorrent?”

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rachelm
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Favorite time of year in the Midwest.

Almost done with this book. As someone who lives in a small town, sooo much of the book rings true for how small town politics and talk work.

kspenmoll It was a great read! 4y
kspenmoll Magnolias! Gorgeous! 4y
Mdargusch Interesting that those kind of politics are typical of other small towns. 4y
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rachelm
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My view after doing eight hours of yardwork. Been good for listening to audiobooks though! Making good progress in this one and loving it so far.

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BarbaraBB
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Above all this book for me was look into vanishing American rural communities. It is depressing. The hopeless situation and the couple portrayed, the arsonists who set fire to more than 60 of the 100s of abandoned houses there. Their personal situation seemed about as depressing and hopeless as that of the county they lived in. And then that Tonya.. such a manupulative woman...
Thanks for sending me this one Cindy 😘

#ReadingUSA2019 VA

Cinfhen Glad you enjoyed. Wasn‘t sure if u like nonfiction/true crime. Great review 🤓 4y
Librarybelle Yes - I appreciated this one more for its look at a socioeconomic decline in a once vibrant area. 4y
Crazeedi This was a good book 4y
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Mdargusch Perfect choice! She was such a bad girl and why? I actually stalked her on FB after I read this because I was so weirded out by that couple. 4y
Reviewsbylola Tonya is the perfect choice for this prompt! 4y
Rachel_nyc I‘m intrigued and adding this to my tbr. 4y
BarbaraBB @Mdargusch I‘ve been looking for her on FB too, but couldn‘t find her. There probably is no FB in prison (I have no idea)? Such a weird couple indeed. And I somehow feel sorry for Charly! 4y
Mdargusch It was her old FB where she was trying to sell her clothes. Sorry you couldn‘t find it because it was creepy. 4y
BarbaraBB @Mdargusch Oh that one! I can imagine it must have been creepy! I love that you‘ve been stalking her! 4y
emilyhaldi So true, what a depressing decline 😖 4y
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Kayla.Adriena
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LOVED this book! 5 stars. Sorry too sleepy to expand my review 😪 #lmpbc #Round 4 #GroupL
@Amanda61 heading out today !

Jennick2004 It was so good!!! 4y
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Mitch
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Thank you Eurostar for whisking me off to Paris ( faster than it took to go to Leeds last week! ) and my new favourite bookstore - Shakespeare & Co! I was very restrained ( Mr K was getting fidgety!) and just got 2 books... but now I know how easy and quick it is to get there.....🤣 #bookhaul

TheNerdyProfessor I just visited that bookstore last month. It was remarkable 😍 4y
TrishB Loved it there ❤️ 4y
AmyG Fun! 4y
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Mitch @TheNerdyProfessor it took my breathe away... it was so beautiful. I wasn‘t expecting it to be so lovely 4y
Mitch @TrishB me too! 4y
wordzie 🙌 4y
AlaMich It boggles my mind that you can take a fast train from the UK to France—another freaking country—and we can‘t even get high-speed rail from Los Angeles to San Francisco!😡 4y
Jee_HookedOnBookz Love love love that bookstore!! I didn't wanna get out!! 😅 4y
Mitch @Jee_HookedOnBookz I‘d only planned on ‘popping in‘....didn‘t realise how amazing it was going to be...so I‘d not planned enough snacks and distractions for Mr K! 🤣Next time will be different! 4y
Mitch @AlaMich I know..it does feel funny to be a little over 2 hours away by train.... we left Paris on 3 hours later we were home, unpacked and tucked up in bed. Very civilised way to travel! 4y
Jee_HookedOnBookz @Mitch I'm hoping I get to visit again too!! Such a beautiful bookstore! Totally transports you to a different world! 4y
Jee_HookedOnBookz I wish I lived in the UK so I can do the same thing as you did!! 😊❤️❤️ 4y
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LiteraryLona
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Mehso-so

Interesting delve into a serial arsonist love triangle. 🤪🔥🚒

Reviewsbylola What a nutty couple! 4y
LiteraryLona Yes! I bet they'd be friends with the parents from "Abducted in Plain Sight." 4y
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Kayla.Adriena
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"The kind of love that is vaguely crazy and then completely crazy and then collapses in on itself in a way that leaves the participants bewildered and telling very different stories about what actually happened." In this instance the stories shared one essential truth: When this string of fires began, the defendants were in love. By the time they finished, they weren't. " LOVE IT Already

Kayla.Adriena Also what are steak umms? They sound like a dog treat 😂 4y
blank Omg Steak Ums are disgusting. They basically are dog treats. They're literally a slab of some sort of processed beef that has the nerve to call itself steak. 4y
Crazeedi Steak ums are in the freezer section, thin slices of supposed meat that fry up quick for sandwiches, they are not very good. 4y
Crazeedi But this book is very good 4y
Kayla.Adriena @laurenslibrary @crazeedi I'm surprised I've never heard of them! I grew up eating Salisbury steak and frozen turkey slices, stuff like that. Choc full of sodium but cheap 4y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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These two definitely had a #Crazylove and 67 counts of arson to go along with it in Accomack County Virginia... 😳🔥

#LiteraryLove

sk888888 On my TBR! 4y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @sk888888 it‘s good!!! 🔥🔥🔥 4y
Eggs Brilliant photo 🕯 4y
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Jules7 Crazy. Read it awhile ago. 4y
wordzie Nice pic 😎 4y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs thank you 😉🔥 4y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @wordzie thank you 🙃🔥 4y
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