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Reagan-reads
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I cheated and started early because I won‘t make it late. I‘ll end early to make up for my #24in48crime! I just finished making 4 dozen cupcakes for my kiddo to practice decorating tomorrow with her friend. While they are decorating, I‘ll be reading. I cannot picture Julia or Jackson. Any Jackson Brodie fans who can tell me what they imagine #nospoilers ##24in48 #24in48readathon

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Reagan-reads
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No thought, just grabbed from the shelves. I‘ve started the bottom two and I have a lot of baking to do tomorrow. Let‘s do this! #24in48readathon #24in48tbr #24in48

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cathysaid
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I really wanted to like this one since I enjoyed Case Histories. But it never came together for me. Lots of moving parts, not all of which made sense in the end. As for the end...I found it unbelievable, as if she rushed it to try and create cohesion. I did, however, still enjoy Jackson Brodie and his cynicism.

CarolynM I'm sorry you didn't like this one - it's my favourite of the series. 6d
BarbaraBB I didn‘t like this one either, but I had no idea it was part of a series! 6d
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Tove_Reads
The Hangman's Song | James Oswald
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I enjoyed the third book in the series. A great writer, and even though occultism and paranormal things are not for me these things are not taking over the book, and in the end do not bother me, because it‘s a lot about relationships and power in the police force and in the protagonist‘s life in general. Every day two people hang themselves in Scotland, but these hangings do not seem to be suicides. Read it to find out what‘s going on! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

andrew61 I really like this series, i think i have just read book 5, so you've reminded me to find the next one. I like the characters and the underlying supernatural element. 1w
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Eggs
The Black Book | Ian Rankin
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brennahawleycraig
The Way of All Flesh | Ambrose Parry
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Pickpick

Highly enjoyed this historical murder mystery, especially after reading that of the two authors, one studied medical history and the premise was based on face. In Edinburgh, a “man midwife” studies with a famous doctor and realizes that someone in town is murdering pregnant women, usually prostitutes. I‘m excited for the next book! Otis is too, although you can‘t tell it. #dogsoflitsy

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jenniferw88
Tooth and Nail | Ian Rankin
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Any UK fans of Ian Rankin out there? 5 of his books are #99ponkindle today but be warned that they're not in series/consecutive order!

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wallacereads
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Today‘s plan.

Mommamanzi Beautiful picture. Enjoy! 3w
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wallacereads
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Cottage reading sessions are kinda the best.

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TorieStorieS
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this addition to the Jackson Brodie series! I think Atkinson does such a wonderful job with her characters- they feel so real! The plot here really pushes you to keep turning pages and to #N-ever put it down! #30JuneBooks

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