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Arkrayder
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I read this book to my nine year old daughter and she loved it and I must admit I liked it too. I was surprised with the ending and poor sap that I am found it sad. It brought up memories of my dad and how much I miss him.

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Elemar71
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Yet another Agatha re-read, this time for the Read Christie 2023 Challenge. This year is off to a great start! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
#agathachristie

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Elemar71
4:50 from Paddington | Agatha Christie
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This is probably the billionth re-read of this book for me. Read this for the Comfort Book Club, and it was just as charming as ever. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
#agathachristie

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Monica5
Golden in Death | J. D. Robb
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I am behind on this series so for #SeriesLove2023 it's going to be my next read. Starting tonight.
It also hits the #offtheshelf2023 challenge because I have had it forever

@TheSpineView
@Tove_Reads
@Andrew65

Tove_Reads Been meaning to read this series! 4h
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operagirl
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Mehso-so

This book was a slow read for me only because I didn't enjoy the characters or the setting. While the Thomas Pitt and William Monk series involved protagonists who were policemen, this series deals with lawyers, with most of the drama playing out in the courts. In this case, our protagonist is up against the clock to find a way to exonerate his clients; no one's in any real danger. #jumpstart2023

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LiteraryinLawrence
Mysterious Affair at Styles | Agatha Christie
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I‘ve read this several times but it had been a while. As per usual I did not remember everything that happened (mystery book rereads= one time when that really comes in handy for me!), so it was delightful to rediscover it. I just love Agatha. 💗💗💗

Susanita Handsome feline! 9h
LitStephanie That kitty clearly solved the mystery! 5h
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LiseWorks
Roses are Red | James Patterson
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I have neglected this series. This is number six, and it was good. It left off with a cliffhanger, so let's just say I will be reading the next one as soon as February is done. I never guessed the perpetrator at all in this one. #SeriesLove23 @Andrew65 @TheSpineView

Andrew65 A long time since I read from this series too, well done on getting back to it. 👏👏👏 9h
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rwmg
The Heron's Cry | Ann Cleeves
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Eve Yeo comes downstairs to her glass-blowing studio to find her father dead, stabbed through the neck with a shard from one of her pieces. The night before he had met DS Jen Rafferty at a party and asked to consult her. Who wanted to ensure his silence?

Good storytelling but not as much fallout for Jonathan and the Woodyard from the previous book as I would have expected.

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MissKane
What Lies in the Woods | Kate Alice Marshall
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Kate Alice Marshall never disappoints. Loved this twisting mystery that left me guessing with every page.

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MissHel
Killers of a Certain Age | Deanna Raybourn
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Did you see the movie RED or RED2 with Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren? The are a lot of similarities between this book and those movies. The four retired killers are a group of ladies that rely less on gun power and more on planning and their friendship. Add in some clever one liners and #aforbiddenromance and you have yourself a fun time! #pop23 (Cabbits not featured, but there was a Kevin)

RaeLovesToRead Awww kitty!! 🥰🥰 11h
Ruthiella I definitely want to read this book. And that cat is adorable! 😻 10h
Cortg Sounds like a fun read! And I love the bunny ears, too cute! 9h
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OriginalCyn620 I have not seen those movies, but the book sounds good. Stacking it! And the cat is too cute! 9h
BarbaraBB It sounds fun indeed! 4h
squirrelbrain I‘ve had my eye on this one for a while. Love the ears! 3h
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