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Rachel Temp



Very unsettling, will you keep you in your toes for about 3/4 of the book and then anxious for the other 1/4. Nothing seems right from the beginning, which sets the tone for the rest of book. 7/10.

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Books | Jess Lourey

Entertaining, if you like the show you'll enjoy the book. Joe is a complex character and honestly not very likable, but his running commentary keeps you on your toes. 4/10.

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Books | Caroline Kepnes

This book. If you want a truly mind bending mystery read it. Christie stepped up her game with this story. Well worth the read.

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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Books | Agatha Christie

Fantastic sequel to Jurassic park. High paced and terrifying. The characters are not very relatable, but it is easy to see who is the bad guy and who is the good guy. Michael Crichton does a stellar job of giving his characters exactly what they have coming to them. Spoilers... On an island full of men, The girls save the day.

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The Lost World

Books | Michael Crichton

I have mixed feelings about this book. It in no way shape or form depicts a healthy relationship. The main character seems to fall for the guy because he's pretty despite the fact that literal red flags pave the streets of the small town that they live in. It glorifies abusive relationships with the disclaimer that "i guess i have a messed up mind" literally pours from the main characters mouth to justify her actions. The plot is mildly entertaining when you can find it laced between graphic rough sex scenes. Honestly i might have second hand trauma just from reading it, i finished reading it because like a car accident, you can't look away.

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Books | Emily McIntire

Christie is at it again with masked identity, missing treasure and murder. Not her best work but we'll worth the read.

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The Secret of Chimneys

Books | Agatha Christie

A mix of Oceans 8 meets The Italian Job on the Titanic. Clever characters with daring hyjinx on the backdrop of a luxurious ship will leave you on the edge of your seat. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you won't be disappointed with this book.

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A Million to One

Books | Adiba Jaigirdar

Not your typical Christie novel, but a must read for Christie enthusiasts and lovers of adventure. It shows it's age a bit, but it is a story that will capture the heart of anyone looking to escape for a few hours. Christie does it again with a surprise twist that I dare you to see coming.

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The Man in the Brown Suit

Books | Agatha Christie

The author does an impeccable job of bringing you into the terror that is being experienced by the protagonist. In a town that is not safe to a home that is equally as dangerous, it is nearly impossible to put this book down until you learn who really is the culprit.

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Unspeakable Things

Books | Jessica Lourey

Probably the most suspenseful Bridgerton book of the original eight. Mystery mixed with blackmail mixed with good old fashioned hyjinx. Highly recommend

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On the Way to the Wedding

Books | Julia Quinn

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