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[ARC Review] The Bad Place

DI Sasha Dawson #1 by M.K. Hill
Published on: September 5, 2019

An enjoyable start to a new detective series. In The Bad Place characters ooze with life and the primary detective on the case has her hands quite full both on the job and off.

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[ARC Review] Silent Night

Detective Iris Locke Book 1 by Geraldine Hogan
Published on: August 23, 2019

There’s something almost joyous about being at the start of a new detective series. The Detective Iris Lock series is just that – a new series by Geraldine Hogan set in Limerick, Ireland with new flawed characters to love, be frustrated with, and hope at the end of the day they just make it home.

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[ARC Review] The Turn of the Key – Book Review

By Ruth Ware
Published on: August 6, 2019

Loved it! Completely loved it! The Turn of the Key is a thoroughly absorbing tale full of just the right combination of creepiness, mystery and suspense in this new modern gothic mystery.

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The Silent Ones – Book Review

by K.L. Slater
Published on:  July 24, 2019

Two 10-year old cousins accused of murder.  Going in, I wondered if this would be more like The Bad Seed, a 1956 psychological horror film, or the 1993 film The Good Son, or something completely different all together.  Of course, I’m not going to tell here.

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False Horizon – Book Review

Seth Walker # 2 by Joseph Reid
Published on:  June 18, 2019

This thriller is full of action sequences and characters that kept my interest through-out the entire book.  Plus, I learned a lot about drones that I didn’t know before.

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[ARC Review] Child’s Play

D.I. Kim Stone #11 by Angela Marsons
Publsihed on:  July 11, 2019

Are all the books in the D.I. Kim Stone series this good?  Child’s Play is my first Angela Marsons book to read and review and true to the words on the cover – I couldn’t put it down.

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