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kstadt929
The Expats: A Novel | Chris Pavone
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Mehso-so

I was so torn on this one! It starts out strong, but jumps around quite a bit and I found it difficult to follow at times...I don‘t like when books change to the past or present with each chapter and it takes you a while to figure out which story line it was...overall it kept me engaged and I would like to read the next in the series, but I still have so many questions because the ending was quick and incomplete... ⭐️⭐️1/2

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JacqMac
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In the silence, we will remember them....

Buechersuechtling 💔🤗 (I needed to look up the cause but my compassion is real.) 6d
JacqMac @Buechersuechtling It‘s Remembrance Day in Canada. On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, we remember those who were lost in war and all the people who fought and sacrificed for our freedom. This poem is always read at the ceremonies of remembrance. 6d
kspenmoll This is so beautiful. 5d
Lizpixie Lest We Forget🌺 5d
Come-read-with-me @JacqMac I had forgotten this poem. I wear my poppy with pride and am so glad to be reminded of this beautiful tradition in our country. 🇨🇦 3d
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kstadt929
The Expats: A Novel | Chris Pavone
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Day 3 of the #MrBook1inAmillion - dark chocolate with sea salt, a strawberry refresher from Starbucks (in my yeti) and starting another new read 🥰 @MrBook @Rachel.Rencher @Lucas.Rencher #24B4Monday #litsypartyofone

Rachel.Rencher Dark chocolate and sea salt is such a good combo 👌 7d
kstadt929 @Rachel.Rencher One of my favorites 🍫 🥰 7d
MrBook Niiiice! Great book! 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 6d
kstadt929 @MrBook I‘m really enjoying it so far! Have you read the second in the series? 6d
MrBook I got halfway through it, and now it‘s boxed. 🙈 6d
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veritysalter
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#NamasteNovember #WinterTheme For some reason ‘The Spy Who Came in from the Cold‘ has become our Christmas Eve film (for at least the last five years): I first read the book when I was having a break in Berlin (I like to theme my holiday reading), it was snowy and freezing.

Eggs Great choice 1w
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Leftcoastzen
Prince of Fire | Daniel Silva
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Pickpick

Silva never disappoints.In this the 5th in the series, there are twists and turns a plenty.We also learn more about Gabriel‘s personal life.His books are more than thrillers ,they make you think about art , history, and the complexity of international relations.

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Petelord
Pickpick

My all time favourite spy novel. Outstanding

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arubabookwoman
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I love the “Slow Horses” series, of which this is the second to last (so far). They‘re very witty with lots of sly humor. Although the series is British, I loved this comment on the state of our American politics!

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jenniferw88
The mask of Dimitrios | Eric Ambler
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MidnightBookGirl
Killing Eve: No Tomorrow | Luke Jennings
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Laughterhp How are these books? I‘ve only watched season 1, but really liked it! And have been flirting with the idea of reading the book. 3w
AutumnRLS I just saw they have a release date for book three. I can't wait. I really enjoyed the first two. Have only watched the first episode of season one (I have a 6 year-old so sadly my tv watching days are over for a little while longer.) 3w
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Booksnchill
Live and Let Die | Ian Fleming
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#Scarathon #TeamSlaughter @Clwojick #ChillingPhotoChallenge #VooDoo I went with the movie poster for this book by Ian Fleming only because the book cover I have is without jacket and boring for a photo! Happy Monday Littens!