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Monica5

Monica5

Joined March 2017

Love 📚 Dog Mommy Genres: True Crime, Mysteries, Psych Thrillers, Historical Fiction
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Shooting Bogies is a quick fun crime read with a golf theme. It's set in New Jersey and involves a cast of characters from the finance world, the mob, and the government.

Rocky Demonic makes a serious mistake at the funeral of an Italian mobster. Soon, he is called to Gino's office, the son of mobster, to explain why he disrespected the family. Before, he knows it he is having to do a job for Gino. Rocky doesn't have any urge to do ⬇️

Monica5 anything but play golf, even though he's having to do a job for Gino.

I have never read a book by Monti before, but I enjoyed his writing. He had a way that grabbed me in the first chapter and before I knew it, I was halfway through the book. I rated this a 4⭐'s because I felt it was rushed at the end. Other than that, it was a good read and I would read him again.

I won this book through a Goodreads Giveaway. Thanks to Goodreads, and Monti for the E-boik. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #readaway2024 #readmykindle
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Listening to this was like watching a sitcom. I always find myself laughing at the things Agatha does. I know when I read one of the Agatha Raisin books, I am going to come away feeling better. The Walkers of Dembley is a group that gets together and wonder around in nature. One of the walkers is found dead in a field of a person that doesn't want them on his land. But, did he really do it?

⭐⭐⭐ Light Pick

#readaway2024 #audiobook

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Pitch Dark: A Novel | Paul Doiron
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4.5⭐

Paul Dorian has now written 15 books in the Mike Bowditch Series and they are still amazing. I always enjoy to see what the Maine Game Warden is investigating or getting into. I feel that you could read this as a stand--alone and not be lost.

Mike is called to assist with a missing person case, that may not be a missing person, by a rookie game warden. Mike and Charley, his father-in-law, head to the northern woods of Maine. ⬇️

Monica5 Soon, Mike is trying to survive another daring adventure.

Dorian has developed Bowditch's character so much throughout this series. Bowditch is a warden that's not afraid to bend the rules. He is often finding himself in trouble with his superiors. He doesn't care though, as long as he solves the case. The series is a different take on your regular police procedurals. If you have never read the Bowditch Series and like Police Procedurals, I think you would enjoy this series.

Tentative Publishing Date: June 25, 2024

Thanks to Netgalley, Saint Martin's Press, Minotaur Books and Dorian for the E-ARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

☺️ Happy Reading ☺️

#bookspinbingo #arc #teadaway2024 #serieslove2024 #readyourkindle #readmytbr
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87% I was a kid and teenager during this decade and watched a lot of movies. There's a lot of good ones on the list, but I narrowed it to these 3.

1. Coal Miners Daughter
2. Footloose
3. Top Gun

#ThreeListThursday #TLT @dabbe

dabbe #2 and #3 would be in my top 5! “You take my breath away ... cut loose, footloose ...“ 😂😱😂 Thanks for sharing! 🤩🤩🤩 1w
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3.5 ⭐ Light pick

First in a new Historical Cozy Mystery Series set in 1920's England follows Lady Elizabeth Hawthorne, as she tries to figure out who the murderer is on the SS Andromeda. I found the book to be a quick read. To me, Rose was a little over descriptive about what the characters were wearing. There was a little character development, hopefully in the coming books there will be more development.

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I listened to the audiobook. I found this interesting. I always wonder what it would be like to be a Bookstore Owner. This gave a candid view as people from all over talked about their jobs. I enjoyed the librarians talking about how they became a libertarian. I think any reader would enjoy this book.

☺️ Happy Reading ☺️

#readaway2024 #nonfiction #bookspinbingo

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Pitch Dark: A Novel | Paul Doiron
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Starting the 15th book in the Mike Bowditch Series tonight. I was lucky enough to get an ARC of it thru Netgalley. It comes out later this month.

ShelleyBooksie So jealous!!!!!! 2w
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I like looking for new recipes bc I get tired of fixing the same thing over and over. I found a lot of good recipes to try from breakfast to suppers to deserts. Now if my picky husband will like them🤣

I counted the sections as chapters for the #20in4 there were 6 sections. Brings my total up to 16 Chapters. @Andrew65

#bookspinbingo #ARC #readmykindle #Alphabetchallenge2024 (J)

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My plans for the weekend:

Homecoming by Kate Morton (ARC)
Julia's Eats and Treats (Cookbook ARC)
Pitch Dark by Paul Dorian (ARC)
The Secret Lives of Bookstore Owners and Librarians (Audio)

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Even though I read 14 books this month, only 8 were on my list for the month. Hopefully, I will get more covered in June.

I did get the #doublebookspin read It was 'The Echo of Old Books', which was my favorite for the month. It's so far my favorite for the year.

#bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Fantastic month!! 2w
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14 books read in May!! 2 DNF books!
I did better than I thought. My favorite was The Echo of Old Books!

5⭐
JFK FYI by Gary B. Haley (ARC)
The Last Hope by Susan Ella Macneal (ARC)
The Malachi Covenant by Dee Kelly Jr (ARC)
The Echo of Old Books by Barbara Davis (Library)

4.5⭐
Behind a Closed Door by J. D. Barker (ARC)
The Keeper of Happy Endings by Barbara Davis (Library)

4⭐
College Girl Missing by Shawn Cohen (LibbyApp Kindle)⬇️

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Prisoners of the Castle by Ben Macintyre (LibbyApp Audio)
The Stranger in the Lifeboat by Mitch Albom (LibbyApp Audio)
Killing the Witches by Bill O'Reilly (LibbyApp Audio)

3⭐
Abandoned Prayers by Gregg Olsen (LibbyApp Kindle)
American Heiress by Jeffery Toobin (LibbyApp Audio)
The First Phone Call from Heaven by Mitch Albom (LibbyApp Audio)

2⭐
Women and Children First by Alina Grabowski (ARC)

DNF
Unraveling Wrongful Convictions and Miscarriages of Justice by Matthew Harrison (ARC)
Did I Ever Tell You by Genevieve Kingston (LibbyApp Kindle)

#wrapup #readaway2024 #readmytbrpile
#readyourkindle #arc
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Gissy Amazing😱📚📚📚📚👏👏👏👏 2w
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In 2011, Laura Spierer went out one night in June and has never been seen since. She was with a couple of guys during the night. One was the last to see her, but the case went cold. 12 years later, Cohen, who first reported on the case goes back to reinvestate the case. Will he turn up anything new?

#truecrime #readaway2024 #alphabetchallenge2024 (C) #20in4 Readathon 10 chapters @Andrew65

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1. Grease
2. Oh, God
3. Anywhich way but loose

#tlt @dabbe

dabbe The only way I remembered I had seen #3 was because of the orangutan! 😂 Thanks for sharing! 🤩🤩🤩 2w
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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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@Andrew65 has been missing from Litsy, but he's back and hosting #20in4 Readathon. If you never joined in on a Readathon, this is an easy one to do. You just read 20 hours, 20 chapters, or even set your on goal!

I'm going for 20 Chapters. I always do better with that.

Come join the fun 😊

#20in4 Readathon @Andrew65

Andrew65 Thanks for sharing 😍 2w
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JFK Fyi | Gary B. Haley
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What a book! It's a True Crime book on JFK's assassination and I can promise you have never read a book this well researched . I learned a whole lot. It's always been thought that Oswald didn't act alone in JFK's assassination. Haley took me on a deep dive into the years leading up to JFK's Presidency to his assassination.

I have to admit, I always have thought the government had a hand in JFK's killing. After reading this though, I now ⬇️

Monica5 know there is so much more to the story. I never realized how many people hated him. I was born in the 70's so everything I learned about him and his assassination I learned from school. After reading this book, I can see anyone of the people or countries mentioned actually putting a hit on JFK. After finishing this, I am positive Oswald didn't. He was just a pansy the real assassins used. They then had him killed before he could squeal.

I think everyone, that has ever wondered what really happened, needs to read JFK FYI by Gary B. Haley. It published September 15, 2023. Run to your local library or favorite bookstore and read this book. It's so fascinating and eye-opening.

Thanks to BookSirens, Haley and HaveCoffeeWillPublish. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

😊 Happy Reading 😊
#readmytbrlist #readaway2024 #alphabetchallenge2024 (J) #readmykindle #bookspinbingo

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Women and Children First | Alina Grabowski
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Not a popular opinion, but I just didn't get the jest of this book. It's supposed to be a mystery, but I must of missed the mystery. To me it was more women's literary fiction than a mystery. 2⭐

#bookspinbingo #readaway2024 #readmytbrlist #rwadmykindle #alphabetchallenge2024 (W)

dabbe #fanofthepan! 🤩🤩🤩 2w
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My June #Bookbingo list. I never know what I am going to read, so this way is easier for me! I haven't read many of my May #Bookbingo books. Only 6, though I have read 11 books so far.

@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2w
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Fascinating read or listen since that's what I did. Colditz was a castle that the Nazis turned into a POW camp for Allied troops prone to escaping. If you like WWII history, I think you would find this book fascinating too.

RamsFan1963 I'll definitely stack this. I'm a big fan of Ben McIntyre 3w
Monica5 @RamsFan1963 I was so fascinated by how they worked out to escape. 3w
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Loved this book. It's a dual timeline between WWII and 1985, with a dual POV. Rory's finance is missing. Soline has dealt with the same thing before. Fate brings the two women together. One teaches the other how to live when not knowing if the one you love is alive; the other teaches one how to live again. 4.5⭐

#bookspinbingo

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Great end to a great series. As a reader of historical mystery fiction, I am sad to see it end. Maggie is off to Spain for two reasons. First, Coco Chanel wants her to take a personal letter back to Churchill. Second, to find out if Germany has a bomb.

Published May 21, 2024

#bookspinbingo #arc #readaway2024 #readmytbr

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I only got 22/100 🤦

#TLT #ThreeListThursday @dabbe

dabbe That maybe means 88 to add to your music TBR! Though I already know there are some I will not be interested in ever listening to (talking to you, Kanye West). 🤩😂😀 3w
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I listened to the audiobook.

Nine people are in a lifeboat after surviving an explosion on a yacht. They are a mixed bag of people, all successful in their careers, except for one. They pull a man out of the water only to be spiritually tested. The man tells them that he can save them, but only if they believe in God. As each of the nine wrestle with their selves, who will believe and end up living?

😊 Happy Reading 😊

#readaway2024

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Did I Ever Tell You: A Memoir | Genevieve Kingston
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I kept falling asleep on this book. It's not keeping my attention, so I am bailing on it.

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I truly enjoyed this book. It reminded me of Dan Brown's work, but has a tone all it's own. I won this from a Goodreads Giveaway.

A Biblical Archeologist, Maggie Shepherd, is excited about her next dig. She's going to help retrieve a relic from St. Nicholas' tomb. Strange things happen as it is being retrieved.

Malachi Popov is in a bind. His old employer has forced him to still the St. Nicholas relic for him. If he doesn't, his⬇️

Monica5 family will be in danger. Having no choice he steals it, but it changes his life.

Soon, the relic is missing, again. Who has it? Why would they want it? Can Maggie and Malachi get along long enough to get it back?

Good pace on this book. It kept me interested and intrigued. It seemed to me that the end was rushed a little bit. I would have preferred that something's at the end would have been explored more, other than that I really enjoyed it.

Thanks to Goodreads, Forefront Books and Dee Kelly Jr for the ARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

😊 Happy Reading 😊
#arc #readaway2024 #bookspinbingo
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Mehso-so

Not really what I expected. A small town in Minnesota gets national attention when some of the residents start receiving calls from heaven. Not everyone is getting the calls, so some think it's a hoax.

I don't know really what I was expecting from this book, but what I got wasn't it. It is totally different from Tuesdays with Morrie. I loved Tuesdays with Morrie so much, but this one was just meh.

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Behind A Closed Door | J.D. Barker
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4.5 ⭐

J.D. Barker is one of my all-time favorite authors. His books are always a wild intense ride. I can always expect to be grabbed at the first page, and not let go of until the end.

This one was good, but different from his others. It was a spicy read, which you usually don't get from Barker. It was, also, scary because it dealt with an app and how apps, or I guess I should say phones and computers, can start controlling our lives. ⬇️

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Abby and Brendan decide to go to a martial counselor. The counselor tells them to download the app 'Sugar & Spice.'. They do and this starts the wild ride you will have when you read this book.

I have to say that it made me think and wonder about the apps on my phone. I don't know if that was Barker's intention or not. But, I may just have to start reading terms instead of just agreeing.

Tentative Publishing Date: May 13, 2024

Thanks to Netgalley, Hampton Creek Press and Barker for the E-ARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

😊 Happy Reading 😊

#arc #readmytbr #readaway2024 #bookspinbingo

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I enjoy reading Bill O'Reilly's Killing Series. I always learn so much about history. From the Salem Witch Trails to the movie The Exorcist to how the town of Salem has embraced their history for profit, Killing the Witches covers it all.

#bookspinbingo #readaway2024

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I finished 5 books during the #AwesomeApril Readathon. Thank you @Andrew65 for hosting

Andrew65 That‘s brilliant, well done 👏👏👏🙌🥳🍾🥂😍 1mo
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It was an okay True Crime audiobook. I found some of it interesting, but at other times it seemed to drag, at least to me. Patti Hearst was just 18 when she was kidnapped one night by a radical group. She joined the group soon after being kidnapped by them. Though it sounded to me like a good case for Stockholm Syndrome. It had been discussed a few years before her arrest, but it was never brought up during her case.

SamAnne And now, it‘s also,known as Patty Hearst syndrome. 1mo
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I don't know that I have ever read such a beautiful written book. The writing was descriptive, effective and heartfelt. The characters were flawed, but well developed. Part love story, part mystery. Probably will be the best book I read all year.

#bookspinbingo #readaway2024

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Mehso-so

Not my favorite Gregg Olsen True Crime book. It's his first one he wrote, and I can tell how much he has grown as a writer.

#awesomeapril Readathon #readaway2024 #truecrime #nonfiction

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April Wrap-up! 14 books for April. Better than I thought!

4.5⭐: 5
4⭐: 3
3.5⭐: 2
3⭐: 2
2.5⭐: 1
2⭐: 1

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Received my ARC I won on Goodreads, yesterday!

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Bitter Falls | Rachel Caine
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It's been awhile since I read a book in this series, but I remembered the other three I read. Usually when you get into the fourth book in a series, it's usually a dud. I did think this one was, though I don't think it was as good as the first or second one.

I do wonder how much can really happen to a family? Then I think, to myself, it's fiction. I kind of liked the hillbilly drug clan that Caine had in this book. ⬇️

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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2mo
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Mehso-so

I did the audiobook on this one. I liked the narrator. He changed his face with the characters that are included in the book. That being said, I didn't enjoy this one as much as O'Reilly's other books.

It's more off short biographies on the Wild West Characters he included. The usual suspects as Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James, Annie Oakley, etc. I did like the fact he included Bass Reeves. You usually don't read about the ⬇️

Monica5 first black wild West man. The Lone Ranger is supposedly based on Reeves' life. I also learned that Annie Oakley wanted to lead a group of women in WWII.

#audiobook #nonfiction #awesomeapril Readathon 1

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My new book case, my husband got me 2 weeks ago, for our anniversary. We finally got it put together, yesterday. I moved some of my books from my other 2 overflowing bookshelves. ❤️📚❤️

dabbe 🤩🤩🤩 2mo
TheSpineView Love it! It makes my bookworm heart beat!💘💓💗 2mo
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I'm joining @Andrew65 in the #AwesomeApril Readathon he is hosting. It starts tomorrow and runs through May 6th. Just choose what you would like to read.

I'm planning to finish:

Abandoned Prayers
The Alice Network
Bitter Falls
The Echo of Old Books
And some ARC:s

Andrew65 Best of luck, great to have you with us 😊 I loved The Alice Network. 2mo
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I won this through a Goodreads Giveaway.

A cute book about why things changed during the onset of Covid-19 for kids. It's narrated by Daisy, Rocky, Smokie and H-Dee, all dogs. It shows how before COVID we could go and do a lot of things, but during COVID how we had to mask up. It written so children could understand all that was happening during time.

#readaway2024 #readmytbrpile

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Cruel Deception | Gregg Olsen
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Tanya Reid is a nurse and a mother. When her baby son, Michael, is taken to the hospital one to many times in a matter of months, the doctors and nurses start suspecting Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP). It's the late 1980's and this is a new term in the medical field. Soon, Melodee Hanes gets her Trauma Team in the DA's office to start an investigation.

Tanya, known as Tonto by family, says she's innocent. She would never harm her child⬇️

Monica5 She swears it's seizures that Michael is having. Tanya tells her husband and family that Hanes is doing this for Hanes career, that she's innocent.

The Trauma Team and Hanes during their investigation learn that Tanya had a baby that died years before. The medical information on her is very similar to Michael. Then Hanes comes across even more shocking news.

A hard read for me bc I couldn't have children, nor adopt bc of health problems. To think that someone would hurt an innocent child upset me greatly. Of course, I cry when they talk about child abuse on the news. If you are like me, have the tissue handy.

Who knows if Tanya really abused her children with MSbP? Only she and her children do. Was Hanes out for her career? Didn't seem that way to me.

If you like True Crime and have never read a Gregg Olsen book, pick any of the dozen he has written and you are going to find: 1) A nonfiction book written like a story. Olsen is a storyteller and takes a different approach than most True Crime writers. Usually, True Crime books are written from a journalist POV, not his. 2) A well researched book. Olsen gets both sides of the story. He talks to everyone involved, or at least tries to, not all want to talk. 3) An interesting book. Everyone of Olsen's books as kept my attention through the whole book. I never once have gotten bored.

#truecrime #readaway2024
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I usually love a John Grisham book, but was somewhat disappointed in The Exchange. I was expecting to see Mitch, who I will always picture as Tim Cruise, in a huge legal battle in court. Instead, I got a book about trying to free an associate. It just wasn't the usual Grisham book. I couldn't get attached to any of the characters, bc they were only there for a bit. 3.5⭐

#audiobook #readaway2024

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The Black Book | James Patterson, David Ellis
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So many twists with this one. It was really good.

Billy Harney is a Chicago Cop. He loves his job, but one day he is shot in bed with his girlfriend, assistant DA Amy, and his partner, Kim on the floor dead. He pulls through but can't remember what happened. Soon he is put on trail for murder. Has he been set up or is he really corrupt?

#offtheshelf2024 #readmytbrpile #jamespatterson #theblackbook

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The Black Book | James Patterson, David Ellis
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I'm reading 2 books.

📘The Black Book by James Patterson
🧑‍💻 Cruel Deception by Gregg Olsen

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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The Black Book | James Patterson, David Ellis
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Patti Harney stops her unmarked sedan two blocks shy of her destination, the narrow streets packed with patrol cars, the light bars on top of the units shooting a chaos of color into the night.

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

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4.5 ⭐

Erik Larson writes well researched books. When I read a book that he has written I know that I am going to get well researched, well written book that will transport me to whatever the year or years the book includes. I can vividly see myself there.

#nomfiction #history #bookspinbingo #readaway2024 #audiobook #alphabetchallenge2024 (D)

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I admit I was intrigued by the Murdaughs. I watched the whole trail on CourtTV. Of course, when I found out about this book, I had to read it. It's the memoir of the reporter that knew something was off from the beginning Mandy Matney.

Though this book.has had mixed reviews, I liked it. I gave it 3.5⭐ because there were parts that got a little bogged down. If you were interested in the cases against Alex, give the book a try.

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The Hope Chest | Wanda E. Brunstetter
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Read this in one day. Last book in The Brides of Lancaster County. Rachel is in love with Silas. The only problem is, he's in love with her older sister, Ana and thinks Rachel is a little kid. When Ana leaves the Amish faith, will Silas realize Rachel is grown up? Can he ever trust someone again?
4.5⭐

#offtheshelf2024 #readaway2024 #bookspinbingo

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It Had to Be You | Mary Higgins Clark, Alafair Burke
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The 8th book in the Under Suspicion series was another good addition to it. Two identical twins were accused separately of killing their parents, but each has said the other one did it. Their sister, Frankie, was 12 when it happened, now fixing to be 22 she contacts Under Suspicion True Crime show to find out what really happened. Laurie Moran and her team decided to do a special on the crime. I thought half way through that it was for ⬇️

Monica5 sure someone else, then toward the end I changed my thinking to somebody else, and right before the end I thought oh it's this person.

Clark & Burke capture the reader at the beginning and keep them engaged. The main characters of the book continue to grow, so that it's not the same ol same with them. As prominent as True Crime shows are, the behind the scenes fictional glimpse gives True Crime enthusiast a chance to see how True Crime docs may be made.

I have read all the books in this series and enjoyed them all. I do think they could be read as stand-alones, but you could get confused about past stuff. Though, really, it probably wouldn't be that confusing. I recommend this book and series.

Tentative Publishing Date: April 16, 2024

Thanks to Netgalley, Simon & Schuster, and the authors for the E-ARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

😊 Happy Reading 😊
#arc #readaway2024 #serieslove2024 #bookspinbingo #doublespin
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Thorn Tree | Max Ludington
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I have to say that I am glad I am done with this book! It was ssoo slooow. The chapters are extremely long. Characters come and go for no reason, I could understand. I kept losing interest and fell asleep reading it a couple of times. I got to 70% in the before it finally dawned on me what it was all about. Then it just abruptly ended. Of course, this is just my opinion and some others liked it and even loved it. Read it and find out ⬇️

Monica5 what you think about it.

Tentative Publishing Date April 16, 2024

Thanks to Netgalley, St. Martin's Press and Ludington for the E-ARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

#netgalley #stmartinspress #maxludington #thorntree #arc #readaway2024 #bookspinbingo
2mo
dabbe #fanofthepan! #betterbooksahead 🤩🤩🤩 (edited) 2mo
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🎥The Breakfast Club
🎥St. Elmo's Fire
🎥Top Gun

#TLT #ThreeListThursday @dabbe

dabbe 🥞 🔥 🎖️ Thanks for playing! 💙🩵💙 2mo
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