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Jackie Davidson



I love his writing, so uniquely descriptive. The mystery to be solved, Evelyn’s murder, is a real whodunnit, like a 4-dimensional game of Clue with moving parts and characters. A bit of a mind bender that maintains suspense to the very end.

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7 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle - Target Book Club Edition

Books | Stuart Turton

What would you do if you found the key to immortality? Fascinating ethical dilemmas that evolve into a crime thriller. Fun, fast read!

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The Price of Time

Books | Tim Tigner

Love, life and family against the backdrop of the acting community. Picked this newer one up because I’d read The Nest as one of my Free Little Library finds/treasures. GC is good but I think I enjoyed The Nest more.

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Good Company

Books | Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney

Another good foray into Greek mythology for me, focused on the roles that the goddesses and women of Greece and Troy played in the familiar tales of the Battle of Troy.

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A Thousand Ships

Books | Natalie Haynes

And this concludes my journey through Jane Austen’s body of work. Suitable that I ended here, as this was her last, unfinished work (although I chose to read the version that a contemporary author has completed). Another good story of love and misunderstandings, with love winning out. I’ve come to appreciate Austen’s sharp wit and classic writing.

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Books | Jane Austen and Juliette Shapiro

This is an amazingly feel-good story. Linus Barker is an unlikely hero, and I dare you not to adore him by the end of the story. Lots of great reminders to not judge fellow beings by our differences, but to revel in our diversity. Highly recommend!

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The House in the Cerulean Sea

Books | TJ Klune

A frank look at the disease of addiction. Although the reviews indicate the subject matter was treated with some humorous touches, I couldn’t find anything funny. It was tragic and heartbreaking and yet hopeful. Recommend for those looking to get more perspective on addiction.

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All Fall Down

Books | Jennifer Weiner

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