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Nothing More to Tell
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Brynn Gallagher uses her internship at a new true crime show to investigate the unsolved murder of her favorite teacher, uncovering secrets about her school, her teacher, and her ex-best friend in the process.
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Read4life
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I enjoyed this one. It‘s a soft pick for me. It isn‘t my favorite McManus book but I will be reading her next book. They‘re entertaining and hold my interest.
#BookSpinBingo #FabulousFebruary #ISpyBingo #Roll100 #readyourTBR

Clwojick Well done! 1d
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 24h
PuddleJumper Brilliant! 21h
Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 19h
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DebbieGrillo
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Karen M. McManus doesn't disappoint in this fictional true crime YA drama. High school senior Bryan moves back to her hometown and immediately lands a coveted internship at an emerging true crime show. She begins investigating the murder of her 8th grade teacher and opens old wounds that get the community buzzing.

Monica5 That sounds good 1d
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JoyBlue
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I tend to enjoy McManus‘ YA mysteries. This one was no exception. Read my thoughts here: https://debbybrauer.org/#nothing-more-to-tell

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amsu311
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Mehso-so

Ok...

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Read4life
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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#Roll100 for February. I‘ve added them to my #BookSpinBingo list for February. #26 is also on my #SeriesLove2023 list.

PuddleJumper 🌞 🌞 3w
TheSpineView The books all look good. Looking forward to your review. 3w
Andrew65 Great additions, I enjoyed the Emily March book I read last month. 3w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3w
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emmaturi
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Another YA crime book from the author, a group of kids involved in the murder of a teacher, Brynn returns to Saint Ambrose school after 4 years away. She interns at a true crime show and tries to solve the murder. It was a good read.

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Eggs
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I think I‘m done with the high school tropiness of unsolved murder with clues from texts, social media, videos etc. I liked the first 2 McManus books from several years ago; but when a new one appears, i can‘t resist…

#Pantone2023 #Bookspinbingo @Clwojick @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 1mo
peaknit I have a silly question, what app or program do you use to make such interesting collages? I love the look of this. 1mo
Eggs @peaknit Just pic collage 🙂 1mo
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DogMomIrene
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Mehso-so

🔍The mystery plot is decent. I actually really liked the true crime TV angle, even though it‘s an over the top detail, especially for a HS intern. But the angsty teen romance subplot with swooning, gazing, and body language tells made me puke a little every time they were mentioned, which was too much for me. The female narrator who read the Brynn chapters was mostly good, but the poor dude who got stuck with Tripp‘s chapters. Yikes! 🧀🧀🧀

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CaramelLunacy
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I liked the ambiguity, the twistiness and the true crime show framing - this reminded me (in a good way) of Sadie and A Good Girl's Guide to Murder.
Brynn Gallagher pitches an idea to her true crime internship - to investigate the murder of her English teacher 4 years ago. He was found by 3 13yos, one of whom used to be Brynn's best friend.
Clever and full of twists and turns, I enjoyed this one.

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AudiobookingWithLeah
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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This is my Buzzword Book for November...ING in the Title
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Honestly, this was just okay for me. I usually love Karen McManus‘ books but this felt like every other book by her, including the cover with the X‘ed out faces (always with the X‘ed out faces), I seriously think I‘m over her books with their formulaic/trademark plotlines and her interchangeable characters.

#buzzwordathon

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Sharpeipup
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Easy to count this vote 😂

tpixie Lol 😂 3mo
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Arvena
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Quick pacing, enjoyable characters and a solid mystery that keeps you engaged. I found myself unable to guess the true identity of the killer - it's one more great book from KMM :) Recommend it!

britt_brooke Thank you for the Litsy love! 🤍 3mo
britt_brooke And for reminding me of this book!! 3mo
CaramelLunacy Is this part of a series? 3mo
DogMomIrene Hmmm, I wasn‘t a big fan of the resolution to One of us is Lying, so I‘ve avoided her other books. But this one looks super interesting. Library requests here I come😂 3mo
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CoffeeNBooks
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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This was another great Karen McManus mystery! Four years ago, three students found one of their favorite teachers dead in the woods behind their school. Brynn Gallagher, a fellow student, gets an internship with a local true crime show because she's sure there's more to the story, and she wants to be the one who finds out what really happened. Will she find out more than she wants to know, though?
#LitsyLoveReads

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Sounds good!! 4mo
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emily_roamswild
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I just love a good mystery! This one is fun—all the tropes oddly fit together and I really enjoyed the slow way it all played out. This is dark academia adjacent—more like, if you enjoyed Serial? Anyway, didn‘t love the multiple POVs (I never do) but I wasn‘t so annoyed that I quit. There‘s some perfectly teenage tropes and queer representation, although not main character. A solid YA mystery/thriller!

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kissmehardy
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Oh, this was good. I loved that it stayed twisty and compelling without leaning into cynicism or despair. Everyone was flawed, yes, but it wasn't a morally gray bacchanal like so many thrillers are now. #yathriller #yalit

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AvidReaderandGeekGirl
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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4 stars- This was probably my favorite one of her books. I didn't care for the rather ambiguous ending, but I did like that the killer wasn't glaringly obvious from the beginning. It also dealt well with trauma and how people deal with trauma. I could have lived without the romance, but it still at least made sense.

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marleed
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I carve out my 17-yr old self to settle into a KM thriller, always have fun on the twisty ride, and never resolve the mystery until it fully unfolds. There was an early desire for Brinn to attend North Western that was dropped along the way and I wanted that element to play out, but otherwise a solid story. It‘s a Pick - sometimes I accidentally hit blurb instead of review and don‘t catch it before posting ;)

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Chili
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Finished this on Saturday. My first book for #Scarathlon2022 #TeamMonsterMash. Unfortunately it doesn‘t fit the team theme. It was a library book I didn‘t get to in September. I have a couple more of those to power through. 32 words for the word search. 326 points

StayCurious Love the word search 4mo
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MaggieCarr
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Nothing compares to my first KMM, One Of Us Is Lying but a lot of that probably comes from having years and years of self and peer editing before a debut novel. Since then, and I've even abandoned a few, they've felt rushed somehow. This one did keep me guessing more than others but a lot of that has to do with slow information coming in throughout the story. Maybe I'm wrong but I just feel like our author could do so much better...

MaggieCarr ... if she wasn't pushed to get books out so frequently, but that's just my opinion. This one gave me Only A Breath Apart (Katie McGarry) vibes. 4mo
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Amie
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Another good teen mystery from Karen McManus

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BookLineNSinker
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Another winner thriller YA novel by McManus. Lots and twists and turns but interesting characters that I liked. A definite pick.

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Lizpixie
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Bk3 of September is done! Another brilliant edition to the authors school crime series, she has a knack for grabbing you from the first chapter and not letting go. And I must say, the killer ended up being a complete surprise. Not to mention the other secrets revealed by the end. I really hope she resurrects something of the characters in future novels. Totally recommended👍 #BookspinBingo

MyNamesParadise I bought this one, so that‘s all good to know!! 5mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 5mo
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Lizpixie
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Giving my hands a break from knitting tonight & getting stuck into the new McManus mystery/thriller. Even though they‘re officially classed as YA, they don‘t read that way at all. I enjoyed all her previous books & so far this is no exception. Brynn is forced to move back to the school she gladly left behind 4yrs ago, but this time she‘s undercover. Looking into the murder of a teacher for a tv show, she finds a bit more than she bargained for.

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Lizpixie
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Some more pretty Waterstones #bookmail came yesterday! I‘d forgotten how many preorders I have. But who‘s complaining! Now I just need to get my damn book brain working properly again coz the rather large #TBRstack in my library is starting to make the hubby suss🤔I love the authors YA mysteries & can‘t wait to read this installment.👍

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Branwen
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I got to attend a virtual webinar today about upcoming YA books and was excited to hear Karen McManus talk about her new book! She's amazing! 😍 #librarylove #librariansoflitsy

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Kappadeemom
Nothing More to Tell | Karen M. Mcmanus
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Their beloved teacher, Mr. Larkin, was murdered behind the school and three of his students found him. Now that they are older, secrets behind to spill….

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