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Broken Harbour
Broken Harbour | Tana French
In Broken Harbour, a ghost estate outside Dublin - half-built, half-inhabited, half-abandoned - two children and their father are dead. The mother is on her way to intensive care. Scorcher Kennedy is given the case because he is the Murder squad's star detective. At first he and his rookie partner, Richie, think this is a simple one: Pat Spain was a casualty of the recession, so he killed his children, tried to kill his wife Jenny, and finished off with himself. But there are too many inexplicable details and the evidence is pointing in two directions at once. Scorcher's personal life is tugging for his attention. Seeing the case on the news has sent his sister Dina off the rails again, and she's resurrecting something that Scorcher thought he had tightly under control: what happened to their family, one summer at Broken Harbour, back when they were children. The neat compartments of his life are breaking down, and the sudden tangle of work and family is putting both at risk . . .
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Bookwormjillk
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Another captivating book from the Dublin Murder Squad series. This one was incredibly dark, but good. #AwesomeAugust book 1/6.

Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 4mo
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JackOBotts
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This ended with a gut punch or two. I was struggling through the majority of this read, to be honest…but the last 25% came through in a big way. This is a #bookspin…or a #doublespin…maybe from July?! 🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4mo
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DHill
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This. Book. My favorite in the Dublin Murder Squad series for sure. I have one more to read but- This. Book.

Bklover This is my favorite TF book too! 10mo
Cathythoughts Lovely picture 👏👏👏 10mo
Cathythoughts My favourite is The Witch Elm 10mo
jlhammar My favorite DMS too! Still have to read The Trespasser though. Hoping to get to that one next month. 10mo
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kspenmoll
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#weeklyforecast #historicalfiction #thriller #philosophy #DeadPhilosophersSociety #AdventuresinPhilosophy #ThisLife #fiction #mystery #sundaybuddyread

Up this week: 2 buddy reads with specific pages to read for discussion. The rest is full of possibilities- Work is busy with parent conferences & evening meetings.
I dropped Broken Harbor for now; too disturbing.

Cinfhen I loved this one but it‘s a little convoluted 10mo
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kspenmoll
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Em has been even more clingy since yesterday‘s vet visit. She has lost weight & has an impacted tooth, reddened gums- probably painful. Vet has to remove it, but due to covid he is backed up.Poor kitty! Right now she is reading with me. 😻📚

Grrlbrarian Poor sweet thing ❤️ 10mo
MaureenMc My daughter sends her good wishes to Em. 😸 10mo
BookDragonNotWorm Aw, I hope she feels better soon! 10mo
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Megabooks Poor girl 💜 10mo
Tera66 Aww! Poor kitty💙 10mo
BookwormAHN Poor baby, I hope she feels better 💜 10mo
kspenmoll @Grrlbrarian @BookDragonNotWorm @Megabooks @Tera66 Thank you all so much! She is scheduled to have the teeth removed & we have changed her food. 10mo
kspenmoll @MaureenMc That is so sweet of your daughter! Em says thank you! 10mo
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kspenmoll
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#coffeeandbooks
Reading Broken Harbor with coffee. Once caffeinated, finishing up the Introduction in This Life.

Tera66 Great picture! 10mo
Cathythoughts Yes ! A great picture! 10mo
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kspenmoll
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#ThinkPositiveBePositive
Today I am home not due to snow, but due to icy roads. Taking advantage of this unexpected extra day to read. Later if have to hope we can trick our 2 cats into their cat carriers & take them to their vet. They “run for the hills” when they see their carriers. Wish us luck!!! Lots of places to hide in this old house!

Eggs Good luck 👍🏼🍀 🐱 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Good luck!! 🐈‍⬛ 10mo
Simona 🤞🤞 10mo
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ravenlee When I was a kid we had three cats, and whenever it was flea bath or carrier time we could always get the first one, but he would sound the alarm to the other two so they could scramble. As the youngest/smallest, I always had to crawl under beds in pursuit. 😆I wish you better luck! 10mo
Dragon Good luck with your kitty 🐈‍⬛ capture 💚🐉 10mo
kspenmoll @Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Simona @ravenlee We somehow got them one at a time to our bedroom & into their carriers…there are no nooks & crannies for them to hide & our bed is on the floor! Not without a struggle & one escape. Thanks all! @Dragon (edited) 10mo
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DHill
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Perfect read for a stormy night.

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andrew61
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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The 4th outing in the Dublin series was a cracker and the storytelling gets better + better. In this Mikey Kennedy is a lead detective back from a divorce + teamed with a rookie to investigate what appears to be a domestic family killing. With a troubled history + problematic sister the bk brilliantly mirrors Kennedy breaking down with the victim father's slide into paranoia. With the rookie Ritchie being morally judgemental a great climax ensues

Ruthiella Your the second Litten I follow who has just read this title. The end of this book with Kennedy and his relationship with the rookie just slayed me. I was so invested and when the turnaround happened, it broke my heart! 12mo
andrew61 @Ruthiella yes , I liked that the author was willing to throw sympathetic characters to the wolves which with individual stories she has capacity to be brutal with her storytelling. Great series. 12mo
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Hazel2019
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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A really nice mystery. A whole lot of sadness and pain with a good amount of crazy mixed in.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Ruthiella This is my favorite Dublin Murder Squad book. I didn‘t “like” Kennedy, but his trajectory just broke my heart. 12mo
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Coleen
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I‘m really enjoying making my way through the Dublin Murder squad series. This is book #4, and so far, I can‘t pick a favorite. They‘re all unique with a variety of crimes and characters. I‘m off to start #5!

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ShelleyBooksie
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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Mehso-so

Not sure how I feel about this one. I loved the police characters in the book however I felt that the book could've used a stronger edit. It felt a lot longer than it needed to be.

Ruthiella This is my favorite Dublin Murder Squad title! I really became invested in Mick Kennedy, even though he is a difficult character to like. (edited) 1y
ShelleyBooksie @Ruthiella - it is Mick's character that saved the book for me. He is so interesting! 1y
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bekakins
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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LOVE this series 🤩🤩

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Ncostell
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I am slowly making my way through Tana French‘s Dublin Murder Squad series. This one tells the story of Mick “Scorcher” Kennedy who is teamed up with a rookie to investigate a triple murder in a housing development on the decline during the recession. French centers each book in the series on a different character and really pulls you in to their backstory, adding a layer of depth that is not seen in many other mysteries I‘ve read.

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brandierickson
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“Over time, the ghosts of things that happened start to turn distant; once they‘ve cut you a couple of million times, their edges blunt on your scar tissue, they wear thin. The ones that slice like razors forever are the ghosts of things that never got the chance to happen.”

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Jas16
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Many things can be said about 2020 and one is that this is the year I stopped saying that I don‘t really read mysteries. This series is a huge part of why. Scorcher has a new partner and a new high profile case. Three members of a family are murdered and the fourth is in the hospital but this isn‘t just a whodunnit. This is the fourth book and one that made me sad in ways I wasn‘t expecting with all of the loneliness and good intentions.

mom2bugnbee I'm with you! I always said that I wasn't big on mysteries & I have found that to be not true! 2y
readordierachel I've aways said that too. I remember reading the first book in this series several years ago. Maybe I need to explore the rest. 2y
Jas16 @readordierachel I liked the first book but have liked the following books more. I am glad I figured out the type of mysteries I like but I still don‘t think thrillers are for me. 2y
Ozbradster Ok I‘m going to read this too. So excited to hear you‘re reading more mysteries. 💕🔪 2y
Jas16 @Ozbradster I have really enjoyed the whole series so far although there are still a couple books I haven‘t gotten to yet. 2y
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glo1
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1. Born in Albuquerque, but lived most of my life in the Denver area
2. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck
3. Cormoran Strike
4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
5. Lady Dynamite
6. Ani Difranco
7. Navy blue or maroon
8. Mystery/Suspense
9. I just quit my law firm job actually but fingers crossed, I'll get another offer soon...
10. Not currently but someday.

Texreader Good luck on your job search! 2y
glo1 @Texreader Thanks! 🤞 2y
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ReadingEnvy
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I wanted to get back on the #readingenvysummerreading challenge (to finish a series!) and decided to start with book 4 of this series as recommended by BookRiot. (I read In the Woods back in 2014.) A family is found murdered and Scorcher is working with a new partner, on a case in a coastal town that holds negative memories for him. ⤵️

ReadingEnvy A recession has put people out of work and left the housing development where the crime occurred unfinished, and the entire novel feels pretty bleak.French is a skilled crime writer who understands how people communicate beyond words, and how much is left unsaid. Luckily she lets Scorcher have that ability too. 2y
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Annas_books
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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‘Places are like people are like sharks: if they stop moving, they die. But everyone has one place that they like to think is never going to change.‘ #finished #reread

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Hedgbric
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So far, I‘m enjoying the series! This one is very tense. I put all new bookshelves in and I am very excited to be able to see a large percentage of my books in one place!!

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mom2bugnbee
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Tana French definitely writes page turners. This one was a little bit out there, & I didn't love that there were loose ends. I didn't think I minded that, but maybe I do. ☺ Won't stop me from reading more of them!

⭐⭐⭐/⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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mom2bugnbee
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🎓 Oh, so much. I have a HS senior - prom, senior banquet, end of final archery season, senior trip, graduation, in-person college orientation. Family trip to Disney & Universal Orlando to celebrate her graduation. Younger daughter was supposed to do a Broadway intensive in NYC in July. So. Much. 😭
📚 Tagged and Sense & Sensibility
♥ Slept until 1pm last Saturday. 😴

#thoughtfulthursday @MoonWitch94

MoonWitch94 Oh my, so many missed events! I am so sorry 😔 This pandemic is just reeking such havoc. 💗 3y
TheBookHippie 😭😭😭😭😭 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage Aww. Our granddaughter is a senior this year also. I so wish these kids didn‘t have to experience all this THIS year. (edited) 3y
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AlizaApp
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This fourth installment of the Dublin Murder Squad series features Mick Kennedy from book three. As you would expect he‘s a more complex man than we‘d been led to believe, and this case - a father and two children are killed, wife in critical condition - gets under his skin like none before. As beautifully written and psychologically intense as all Tana French books are.

Cathythoughts Nice review! One of my favorites in the series. I see she has a new one coming out in the autumn 3y
UrsulaMonarch Love the review & the 💅😊 2y
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Hestapleton
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1️⃣ anything outside! Reading, hiking, picnics, and motorcycle riders. Hoping to start bringing those back into rotation with the sun (and still social distancing).
2️⃣ introvert for sure, but surprisingly struggling with all this home-time!
3️⃣ 16 so far! Tana French is always a favorite. I don‘t like procedural stuff usually, but hers are amazing.
4️⃣ @jb72 @MeesesPieces @Hazel2019 @Mogoeg 💜 #friyayintro

alisiakae I feel the same about 2️⃣. I think it‘s because I no longer get anytime in the house by myself. 😫 3y
Bookzombie 💗💗💗 3y
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Hestapleton
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Tana French is my favorite and I will not be dissuaded. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Book 1/12 for #bfc28

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Hestapleton
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My state has put in a shelter in place order as of Wednesday. No different from what we have been doing but still a smidge scary. I was surprised by my bestie sending me a care package from her favorite indie. Just what the doctor ordered.

BethM Ours goes into place tomorrow. That looks like an amazing night! 3y
Hestapleton @BethM stay safe friend! Is your work considered essential? 3y
BethM It is but we are primarily doing it telephonically or via video conferencing. There may be some limited reasons we‘d have to do in person but they‘re trying to minimize that. 3y
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Hestapleton @BethM glad hear that you and baby will be safe!! 3y
CocoReads Stay safe! Both MI and IN put stay at home orders in today. Was t much different from what we were already doing but it just seems scarier. Still I‘m essential so I‘ve been going to work every day and so has my youngest daughter (animal care is essential too). I think when this is over-we‘re due a vacation and a massage. 3y
LiteraryinLawrence It‘s sweet that your friend sent you a care package! 💗 3y
Gissy Is that you? If yes, the scene feels so calm, stress free! 3y
Hestapleton @Gissy yes it‘s me! It was a PERFECT bath. I might try to do it once a week with all this insanity. 3y
Hestapleton @CocoReads yup I‘m in IN. My MIL is a vet tech and still going in. It‘s scary and we have DEFINITELY earned a vacation! My mom is very optimistically planning a trip to Italy in October lol 3y
Gissy That's is perfect! I should try it too just to distract myself from what is happening in the world. Enjoy! 🤗 3y
CocoReads @Hestapleton I‘m in IN too! But I actually work in MI. 3y
Hestapleton @CocoReads oh no! You‘re extra locked down! 3y
CocoReads @hestapleton only in name only—I‘m an essential worker so I get to play dodge the germs everyday. 3y
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craftysilicate
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The function of a mystery story, most of the time, is what "Scorcher" (I can't take that nickname seriously) claims his function as a detective is in this book: to create an ordered world out of chaos. To reassure the audience that there are simple answers.

I can get on board with that sometimes, but I think what I like about French's books is that they don't do it. They're mysteries with complicated, messy endings, not always the one you want.

craftysilicate This is one where I don't really agree with the protagonist on a lot of things (I don't think I'm supposed to, but if I were I still wouldn't) but still mostly sympathize and even when I don't I at least understand where he's coming from. That's another thing I appreciate, because a lot of detective fiction doesn't have as much depth as it wants to. (Okay, a lot of fiction in general, but you know what I mean.) 3y
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DGRachel
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Received this lovely #bookmail today. Thank you, Misty, for your kindness and generosity. It‘s been a rough week, and this lifted my spirits. 😘

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re very welcome! I hope you have a relaxing weekend ❤️ 3y
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janeycanuck
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So far, my least fav in the series. Scorcher was fine but the case.... Ugh.

AvidReader25 I love these books, but this case was rough! 3y
janeycanuck @Avidreader25 yeah, I wasn‘t a fan of it from the very beginning but then with how it resolved. Not for me! 3y
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emilyesears
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Not the greatest picture, but I had to make a post to say I am absolutely LOVING this book. I started it this morning, then went to work for 9 hours, then promptly came home and have been bingeing all night! I‘m on page 169 already. There‘s just been an arrest made, but I think it‘s pretty obvious it‘s not the killer since we‘re not even to the 50% mark yet. Each Dublin Murder Squad book gets progressively better in my opinion and I‘m here for it!

vivastory This is one of the best in the whole series. I still think about it often! 3y
Cathythoughts I really enjoyed this one in particular too 📚👍🏻 3y
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djlewis78
Broken Harbour | Tana French
Mehso-so

Engaging initially, drug on through the middle, decent ending - 4th book in Dublin Murder series and I still think the first one was the best.

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crhealey
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Spending my #snowday with Tana French and Shakshuka Eggs and Peppermint Tea

Cathythoughts My favourite of the Dublin Murder Squad books ( so far ... ) (edited) 3y
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Marni
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Finished #4 in the Dublin Murder Squad. Tana French knows how to suck you in and give you a moment of Oh s***. Another fantastic novel!
#read2019

vivastory This is one of my favorites 3y
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rebbyj
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dayum. as always delightful and deep

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Cathythoughts
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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So good! I‘m thinking of the name of Neil Young‘s band *Promice of the Real* .......Tana delivers the real here .. The characters, the hard hit of the recession in Ireland , setting - ghost estate in Dublin , a smooth read from start to finish. My favorite Tana so far.

vivastory I loved this one. Haunting. 3y
erzascarletbookgasm This is very good. Thought provoking. 3y
Cathythoughts @vivastory @erzascarletbookgasm yes! I think haunting & thought provoking is a good description of this book. I keep thinking of Mick Kennedy as a kid in Broken Harbour on his hols ... & seeing his parents happy there & saying : “ I waited all year to see them like that “. This book really tugs st the heartstrings.. the tragedy of the main story & the memories of all the characters... it will have me thinking for a long time. ♥️💔 3y
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Cathythoughts
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“ That slow- motion silence inside the amber was over : the second we stepped out of the house , before we even stopped walking quietly..... “

Still reading & this is my favorite Tana so far 👍🏻♥️💔

vivastory This & The Likeness are tied as my favorite Tana French. With The Trespasser being a close second. 3y
Cathythoughts @vivastory The Likeness was so good ... this one is even better for me - I‘ve still not read The Trespasser ... love her writing 3y
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Cathythoughts
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#WondrousWednesday

1. Im on my 4th Tana French .. the quote above says October.. I don‘t know where the story will take me .. but excited to be reading Tana again
2. Yes. Going to Killarney for a week late October- cannot wait
3. My little grand doll started senior infants .. year 2 in school 💕♥️

I‘m spreading the love Sherri 😘

@Eggs

Eggs 🧡🍁🧡🍁🧡 3y
Ruthiella Broken Harbor is my favorite of French‘s Dublin series!😀 3y
Cathythoughts @Ruthiella I‘m really liking it ... it may turn out to be my favorite so far too ... I‘ll keep you posted. .... I hear Witch Elm is good too 3y
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LauraRenae
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I really wanted there to be an actual animal 😫

The story drug on a bit but great character study by Ms. French, as we‘ve come to expect.

Cathythoughts She tends to go on a bit alright. But this time I didn‘t mind ! Great character study , as you say ! (edited) 3y
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Molly_the_mezzo
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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This was an interesting one, because I found the main character so unlikeable, and I think I was supposed to. Also, it took me a long time to get a grasp on what was going on with the crime. I didn‘t guess the details of the ending until a few pages before it was revealed. Also, it has some interesting things to say about mental health.

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erzascarletbookgasm
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What happens if you follow all the rules, do all the right things yet the bad tides still hit you? French weaves a melancholy tale of the sacrifices that people make; things they do for love, and out of need. While this is absorbing, I find it not as solidly good as Faithful Place, which is my favourite so far. I like that she portrays her characters flawed and long-suffering, and probes into the minds of the suspects, victims and investigators.

Cathythoughts Nice review! I must get back to her again. I loved Faithful Place too 4y
Nute Everything is top level in this post! Wonderful review and awesome photo collage. 4y
erzascarletbookgasm Thanks @Cathythoughts 😊. I can‘t wait to read her next one, Cathy. I need to space them out, can‘t binge read the series..intense and heartbreaking. 4y
erzascarletbookgasm @Nute Thank you 😊😙 4y
Theaelizabet I haven‘t read this one yet, but agree with you on Faithful Place. 4y
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Itchyfeetreader
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I really enjoyed this one. It‘s creepy and twisty enough for anyone who loves mysteries but also kind of heart breaking. I enjoyed the police officer narrating this sorry and the moral ambiguity was great. Off to find number 5!

Cathythoughts Great review! I must get back to her , I‘ve read the first 3 , I think. ♥️👍🏻 4y
vivastory This is one of my favorites by her 4y
rockpools You‘ve convinced me I‘ll have to try her one of these days... 4y
Itchyfeetreader @cathyreviews thank you! It‘s taken me a while to get into her style but I am enjoying this series ! @vivastory agreed favourite so far. 4y
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Itchyfeetreader
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My consumption of the Dublin murder squad continues. Don‘t judge me for the wine it‘s been that sort of a Monday! (And for #BFC I did my swim this morning and took packed lunch to work so not a total wipeout!)

LapReader There was no way I was having an alcohol free day on my Monday evening either. #BFC or not. 4y
CouronneDhiver ⬆️ I concur. Lol 4y
BookwormAHN As do I ⬆️ 4y
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Julsmarshall Wine is in my near future! And I love this series! 4y
Itchyfeetreader @LapReader @CouronneDhiver @bookwormAHN @Julsmarshall thanks all - had a rather lovely night even if I read too long ! Hope you enjoyed your drink and book this odd Monday evening! (edited) 4y
Bookwormjillk Wine is healthy isn‘t it?? 4y
dariazeoli Red wine is good for the heart... let‘s all agree it counts towards your fitness goals 😁 4y
Caterina Looks like a great evening. ❤ You got a swim in, you're good! 👍 4y
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Mdargusch
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I know I‘m in the minority about this book, but it really gave me the creeps and made me #paranoid about bumps in the night!
#anglophileapril

LeahBergen I have the first two books in this series. I really must get to them one day. 🙄 4y
vivastory I agree, this one was really unsettling 4y
Mdargusch I‘d be interested to see what you think @LeahBergen 4y
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Mdargusch @vivastory I‘m glad you thought so too! 4y
EmilyM Almost done with The Likeness....this one is up next, I think. 4y
Reviewsbylola I was reading this one at the hospital when I was induced with Genevieve. 😂 4y
Susanita Yeah this is probably my least favorite because it‘s so sad. 4y
emilyhaldi I know I read this but don't remember a thing about it 😂 4y
erzascarletbookgasm I‘ll get to this. Only read the first three books. 4y
Cinfhen I read my first Tana French recently & wasn‘t very impressed 🙄think I‘m avoiding the rest of her books #OneAndDone #SoManyBooksSoLittleTime 4y
Mdargusch They are definitely slow moving and character driven @Cinfhen 4y
Mdargusch I too found this to be the most unsettling @EmilyM 4y
Mdargusch I don‘t remember much except it scared me @emilyhaldi @Reviewsbylola @Susanita (edited) 4y
Mdargusch 👍🏼😃 @erzascarletbookgasm (edited) 4y
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Juli4na
Broken Harbour | Tana French
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My first Tana French book — I read somewhere that I should her her series in a specific order and decided to follow that. What I can say is: WOW! Amazing book! I‘m in love and will certainly read her other Murders Squad stories.

#mystery #thriller #detectivestory #tanafrench #readaroundtheworld

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EllieDottie
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I‘m enjoying my first Tana French!

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sophierayton
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Tana French tells a good suspenseful story. It struck me that a lot of the the bad things that happened in this book could have been avoided if people had only sought appropriate help at appropriate times. I guess it wouldn't have been much of a novel if that was the case, but still, let this be a warning to people who think they can deal with situations without proper help.

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ladygrey
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number 4!

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KatieanneF
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My favorite of her books so far. This one broke my heart in a way that is rare and worthy of some self analysis. As each detail of the plot was uncovered, I found myself tripping over new emotional hurdles. What a well crafted story. Highly recommended #tanafrench #brokenharbor

vivastory I completely agree. This & The Likeness are my two favorites by her that I've read so far. I'm currently on The Secret Place. 4y
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