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Currently Reading ‘Deadly Fall’ by Susan Calder

Finished reading April 12, 2016. I took unusually longer to read this book due mostly to time restraints. I enjoyed it and wait for the the next installment in the series. Give it 3.5/5 stars. ~~~oOo~~~ March 16, 2016. It has been … Continue reading

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Currently Reading The Curse of the House of Foskett by M. R. C. Kasasian

Finished reading February 24, 2016. I can’t believe the murderer was … well, you’re not going to hear it from me. I was surprised, though. I enjoyed the book, although I did find it a little more graphic than the … Continue reading

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Currently Reading ‘Harbor Island’ by Carla Neggers

Finished reading on Jan 14, 2016. I found the flow a little sluggish in places, but I kept going. Overall “Harbor Island  was a good read with enough plot twists to keep one guessing and deserving of 3.5/5 Stars. Looking … Continue reading

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Currently Reading “The Girl in the Maze” by R.K. Jackson

Just finished reading ‘The Girl in the Maze’ and liked it very much (Would make an interesting film). I wouldn’t call it a mystery as we find out early who the killer is. I would call it a wonderfully written Psychological … Continue reading

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Currently Reading ‘Some Danger Involved’ by Will Thomas

Finished Reading September 28, 2015. I will admit I liked most of  “Some Danger Involved” despite some of the lengthy slow moving sections. The end, too, was a little disappointing reminding me of Hercule Poirot or Columbo winding up their cases. … Continue reading

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Currently Reading The Black Country by Alex Grecian

Finished reading September 8, 2015. I found the story interesting, but it lacked staying power. That is why it took so long to finish the book. “The Black Country” felt disjointed in many places and, at times, forcing me to … Continue reading

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Currently Reading BLACKDOWN by D. M. Mitchell

Finished reading the book last night (Aug 12,2015). Over all I enjoyed the book. It has an interesting idea I thought was carried through well. Good surprise ending, by the way. Some may not like Mitchell’s, seemingly, over-descriptiveness in much of … Continue reading

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Currently Reading ‘The Messenger of Athens’ by Anne Zouroudi

Finished reading this book last night (Jan. 5/15) and found it interesting. That could mean many things, I’m sure. The main difficulties in the book for me were the passages of 1st person narrative seeded throughout the book. At first they bothered me, … Continue reading

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Currently Reading ‘The Hogarth Conspiracy’ by Alex Connor

Finished reading Dec. 21, 2014. Better than “The Other Rembrandt”, this was an enjoyable read with the story line pulling me in different direction in an attempt to figure out who was responsible for all the misfortune. The characters, too, … Continue reading

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Currently Reading “The Other Rembrandt” by Alex Connor

Finished reading September 18, 2014. Well, I didn’t expect that. The ending that is. I am Dutch and love Dutch art, so when I saw the title “The Other Rembrandt” I had to read it. The story line and the … Continue reading

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