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BooksNBowls
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Finished 8 books this month (still working on tagged). Two 5 star reads, so I‘d say that it was a good month!! #JanuaryReads

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Reecaspieces
What Lies in the Woods | Kate Alice Marshall
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Pickpick
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kelli7990
Disclaimer LP | Ren Knight
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Bailedbailed

Here‘s my review for another book I bailed on.

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Andrew65
The Istanbul Puzzle | Laurence OBryan
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I love the Puzzle Series by laurence O‘Bryan but it doesn‘t seem that well known. #NationalPuzzleDay #JanuaryJazz

@Eggs @AlwaysBeenALoverOfBooks

https://www.fantasticfiction.com/o/laurence-obryan/

Eggs It‘s new to me and it looks good 👍🏼 16h
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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. 👏👏👏 19h
TheSpineView Awesome! 8h
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Maggie4483
Pretty Girls: A Novel | Karin Slaughter
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This probably would have only been 4 stars - a little too twistED yet somehow not twistY enough, if that makes sense. But that last chapter/epilogue was so heartbreakingly beautiful that it earned a little extra credit.

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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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DogMomIrene
Killers of a Certain Age | Deanna Raybourn
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🤣🤣🤣

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robinb
Red Queen | Juan Gmez-Jurado
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Mehso-so

I will probably be in the minority here over this (originally in Spanish) beginner to a trilogy. Taking place in Bilbao Spain, Antonia Scott is a forensic genius who is legendary at solving baffling crimes and works for a specialized secret agency until a personal tragic event pushes her into a self-imposed retirement. She reluctantly returns with a new partner, Jon Gutierrez, a disgraced and suspended police officer, to investigate a macabre 🔻

robinb murder and possibly related subsequent kidnapping. There‘s a very descriptive violent encounter with police/villain and some surprising twists, but I found myself not as invested as I should have been. From the beginning I felt I was playing catch-up with the narrative, and I never really connected well with either protagonist. I felt alternately pitying off and frustrated with Antonia, and Jon seemed almost superfluous to me. 🔻 23h
robinb The villain‘s storyline was intriguing but also a bit murky in some details. Overall, not stellar but OK, I guess…3/5⭐️ 23h
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BBCboss
Saving Faith | David Baldacci
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First time reading Baldacci - quick read - good hooks - nice twist at the end - will read more of this author