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LitsyHappenings
Meet Me Here | Bryan Bliss
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Repost for @laur89 :
Just out of curiosity... are there any Littens in the Greater Miami area interested in a meet-up?

I‘d love to meet some of you! ☀️🍊

#LitsyMeetUp #MeetUp #Miami

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laur89
Meet Me Here | Bryan Bliss
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Just out of curiosity... are there any Littens in the Greater Miami area interested in a meet-up?

I‘d love to meet some of you! ☀️🍊

#LitsyMeetUp #MeetUp #Miami

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego @CoffeeNBooks (not sure how close you are though) 1d
CoffeeNBooks @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Thanks for the tag, but unfortunately I live too far from Miami to drive there. 21h
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Bertha_Mason
The Halfway House | Guillermo Rosales, Anna Kushner

"The house said "Boarding Home" on the outside, but I knew that it would be my tomb."
Today in notable first lines.

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WhatThePuck
King of Swords | Nick Stone
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Stone's 2nd crime novel is told from several POVs that bog down the storyline at times. His attention to detail and character building really help flesh out the characters so you become attached and root for them in the end. Max is the bad cop and Joe is the good cop and Solomon Boukman is the bad guy. Max & Joe get tangled up with the Haitian when they start investigating a bizarre case where a tarot card was found in the victims stomach. 4🌟

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WhatThePuck
King of Swords | Nick Stone
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I picked this up at the library sale a few months ago purely by the cover. I'm more than halfway in and it's just now starting to pick up the pace. It doesn't help that there are quite a few POV & MC's bc of it. The 3 MC are Max, Joe, and Carmine. Max & Joe are Miami detectives and Carmine is a Haitian pimp that's unfortunate enough to be the weak link in Solomon's empire of cocaine smuggling & voodoo killings.

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Tex2Flo
Lost Memory of Skin | Russell Banks
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@Cinfhen #top6reads
I‘ve read some good books so far, but not a lot of spectacular ones...except for these. Tagged book might make it to be a book club choice, it‘s that rich.

britt_brooke Love, love, love Sedaris! 3w
Cinfhen The Sedaris is on my TBR & I really liked the Kingsolver ♥️♥️♥️Great picks xx thanks for sharing 3w
Tex2Flo @britt_brooke @cinfhen outside of The Santaland Diaries, this has been my favorite Sedaris so far. It's sorta the way I deal with plants in the wild--a bit of theft by finding. 3w
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KarenUK Love your picks 👍💕 3w
Cinfhen I own but haven‘t listened to Calypso yet and I did the audio of 3w
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego The Martian is so good! 🧡 3w
Chelsea.Poole Oooh SSDGM!! So good 😊 3w
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stacybmartin
Verses for the Dead | Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
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While this one was missing Vincent D‘Agosta, I‘m glad the authors got back to focusing on just one crime instead of doing family and ward-related troubles for Pendergast.

MaleficentBookDragon I love Vincent; too bad he's not in this one. I'm one behind on this series. 4w
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LiterRohde
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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“Once again...welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely; and leave something of the happiness you bring.”

#SongsOfSummer | 21: #Miami

📷: Made with Typorama

OriginalCyn620 ❤️❤️❤️ 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💗💗💗 1mo
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