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Callemarie
Crime Rib | Leslie Budewitz
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Enjoying this late sunday afternoon with a cozy mystery and some pumking beer. Nom nom nom. What's everyone reading on this second day of fall?

Suet624 Honestly, I hadn‘t realized it was the second day of fall. Makes me a little bit sad. 11h
Callemarie @Suet624 tell me about it we started closing our pool today 😭😭😭😭😭😭 11h
guinsgirlreads Pumpking 👏🏻😍🖤 9h
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ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled
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Beatlefan129 I loved this book! I actually owned a copy of it until my dog decided to tear it to pieces 😪 20h
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled @Beatlefan129 Ack! No! I loved this book so much. I bought it on a whim at a used book store based on the cover! I have his other book in my TBR - have you read it? 20h
Beatlefan129 @ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled I have not read any of his other books. My favorite thing about T.S. Spivet was the illustrations, so I wonder if I‘d enjoy his other books based on his writing alone 20h
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Dre43
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Pickpick

What this book does well is illuminate the struggles of poverty and single-motherhood, the unrelenting frustration of having no safety net, the ways in which our society is systemically designed to keep impoverished people mired in poverty, the indignity of poverty by way of unmovable bureaucracy, and people's lousy attitudes toward poor people... Land's prose is vivid and engaging..tightly-focused, well-written memoir... It's a great read

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AlizaApp
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Memoir about a single mother‘s struggle to make ends meet. She deals with homelessness, abusive relationships, indifferent family, and several kinds of government assistance. She is very clear on how much is costs to be poor and how hard it can be to make it on your own. Really moving and also has incisive social commentary.

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rather_be_reading
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Pickpick

I absolutely loved Stephanie's story. I can definitely see why it was on Obama's reading list. It was so real and raw it was heartbreaking at times and I am so glad it had a happy ending. Def. recommend.

TheDaysGoBy The cookie looks yummy! Peanut butter? 3d
rather_be_reading @TheDaysGoBy ty! actually it was blueberry oatmeal 🤤🤤 2d
TheDaysGoBy @rather_be_reading that sounds good! 2d
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Graywacke
A River Runs Through It | Norman Maclean, Barry Moser
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Day 1 #7days7covers No explanation. #covercrush

Tanisha_A Love it. 😍 1w
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Hooked_on_books
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#7Days7Covers #CoverCrush Day 4

How about you, @SW-T , care to join? 7 days, 7 covers you love, no explanation. Try to tag someone new each day.

Anyone else interested, consider yourself tagged as well! I‘m loving seeing everyone‘s cover choices.

Lindy Love this cover. 1w
vivastory This hashtag has been fantastic not only for the splendid cover design, but it's made my TBR grow. Stacked! 1w
Hooked_on_books @vivastory So true! And this book is great. I just loved it. I think I read it on audio, which was well done. 1w
batsy This cover is so compelling! Can't look away. 1w
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Nebklvr
Montana 1948: A Novel | Larry Watson
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Mehso-so

This is a story of family loyalties and betrayals, the secrets small towns keep, and justice lost. The plot was good but the characters were lacking.

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TheWhiteHatter
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Starting this one tonight! I loved Michael Punke's writing and storytelling style in The Revenant, so I thought I would gice this book a shot.

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heylaurenmack
Dancing Bear | James Crumley
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I‘m usually reading one digital and one print book at a time so I started this one this morning. I‘m not sure how it got into my shelf or who recommended it. I also had no idea it‘s the second book in a series. A little beat up but readable. So far the writing has some old timey quips on women‘s looks that I‘m not exactly thrilled with but the story keeps plugging along okay.