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Nessavamusic
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Eve & Roarke are back in the latest installment of the In Death series (#55!). These recent books in the series have really reinvigorated the series with stories that feel very now even though this is a speculative mystery series. Two girls escape a horrific situation, but only one survives. While solving a murder Eve & Co unlock a much bigger conspiracy. While this is a long running series that I definitely recommend, this could be read alone.5⭐️

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bookaholic1
Gone (Media Tie-In) | Chelsea Cain
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Mehso-so

#55
Not bad..

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Allthebookclubs
A Gracious Neighbor | Chris Cander
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Panpan

Martha drove me NUTS with her meddling, always accommodating, door mat personality. Her magical what if thinking was ridiculous. I don‘t have my life completely together, but at 40 I can‘t imagine having full on day dreams about interactions with people I know but aren‘t friends with. This was just the oddest, most unsatisfying book. Book #55 in 2022

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wanderinglynn
Abandoned in Death | J. D. Robb
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These may be formulaic, but they‘re still fun reads. Another solid Eve Dallas mystery. This is #54 and #55 will be released this fall. Nora Roberts is a writing machine!

LiseWorks Love Eve Dallas, these are so fun to read. 4mo
Liatrek I‘m so excited I‘m starting this one today. I never thought I‘d catch up with the series🙂 I love these characters so much. 3mo
wanderinglynn @LiseWorks I love Eve! 3mo
wanderinglynn @Liatrek 🙌🏻 But now you have to anxiously await the next one like I do! 😆 3mo
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limada
The Life She Had | K. L. Armstrong
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So many twists and turns. Just when you think it's all figured out there's another unexpected moment. Craziness ensues! This is why i call Kelley Armstrong my favourite author!! #55-2022

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Danay
Flame and Fortune | Jana DeLeon
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22 #55 This is my favorite series of all. Tough girl. Two old ladies. And lots of southern laughs.

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rachelsbrittain
Murder Most Actual | Alexis Hall
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A short month and a short list of books to go along with it 😅

Books: 12
Pages: 2,918
Longest: The Thursday Murder Club (382)
Shortest: Saga #55 (47)
BIPOC authors: 3
LGBTQ+ authors: 4
Favorites: Our Last Days in Barcelona,Murder Most Actual, and The Thursday Murder Club

kamoorephoto 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 9mo
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TracyReadsBooks
Saga #54 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Pickpick

🎉🎉SAGA IS BACK🎉🎉🎉

Sorry, not sorry for the all caps yelling but after a very, very, very, seemingly interminably long hiatus Saga has returned with Issue #55!!! It is as good as ever & I cannot wait to see where they take the story. Fiona Staples‘s art is gorgeous as expected, Vaughan‘s writing as sharp as it ever was & this double issue is fantastic. Vaughan says he has the entire second half of the epic mapped out so HERE. WE. GO.

Christyco125 Best news I‘ve gotten all day 🎉 10mo
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fredamans
Untitled | Unknown
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😊 YAY!!!! 😊

Working on #54 & #55 but doubtful they will get read before the new year!

mandarchy Congratulations and happy new year!🥳🥂 11mo
fredamans @mandarchy Thank you! Happy New Year to you also! 😊🥂
11mo
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ShelbyA7
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Book #55: For my dog Archie‘s 3rd birthday, I wanted to read a dog book. This one is completely from the POV of the dog, Enzo, which I loved that. It will have you thinking about your dog‘s mortality and soul, along with how they are always there for you through good times and bad as you are there for them. I thought Enzo‘s final scene was written beautifully, definitely had me tearing up. This made me want to read more dog books. Here‘s my dog 🐾