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A strange mystery turned supernatural: Lost by Gregory Maguire

Dear Bookworms, As someone who is a huge fan of Gregory Maguire and read almost all of his books (Wicked, Hiddensee, Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister, etc) this one was a huge disappointment. Let me explain… I have always thought Maguire had such a unique way to bring fresh new life into classic fairy tales; […]

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Book Review: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Dear Bookworms I picked this one up at the behest of a work friend, and what a truly great read it was! Something of a mystery/coming of age novel, there was something in it for everyone. What is this book about? Told from the perspective of two timelines, the reader is taken on a journey […]

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Book Review: Madame Tulip and the Serpent’s Tree by David Ahern

Dear Bookworms, This read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. What is this book about? Derry O’Donnell, mostly struggling actress and sometimes fortune teller Madame Tulip, lands a gig with a budding and successful pop band to provide readings and general babysitting of its slightly unbalanced star. Basically a […]

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Book Review: Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich

Dear Bookworms, This read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. The plot After the grisly murder of a pastor and his two children in Lincoln, Nebraska, Captain Linda Turner is determined to find the killer; presumably the pastors missing wife. But finding the missing Mrs. Hansen proves no easy […]

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Book Review: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Dear Bookworms, This one is a wild ride my friends! What is this one about? Mia Warren and her teenage daughter, Pearl never stay in one place for long. Living the life of a travelling artist, Mia stays put only long enough to be inspired and create a collection until picking up and moving on […]

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Book Review: Ghostly Echos by William Ritter

Dear Bookworms, Ahhhh another stellar read in the Jackaby series! I almost don’t even want to read the next (and final) in the series because I don’t want it to be over. (Am I alone in this? Anyone else do that?) About the book Picking up on the heels of Beastly Bones, Abigail Rook and […]

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Book Review: Watching You by Lisa Jewell

Dear Bookworms, Having read, and thoroughly enjoyed, one of Jewells previous novels, The Girls in the Garden, I really had high hopes for this one, and while enjoyable, it was unfortunately, extremely predictable. What is this book about? Melville Heights is a pleasant, affluent neighborhood located in Bristol, England. When the wife of a well […]

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Book Review: Beastly Bones by William Ritter

Dear Bookworms, Book 2 in the Jackaby series was another home run in my book! This book Having barely had time to catch her breath from the last investigation, Jackaby and Abigial are called to a mystifying case of a house cat and her babies turning into…fish… Having chalked it up to just a classic, […]

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Book Review: The Prisoners Key by CJ Archer

Dear Bookworms, Book EIGHT (right?! this series has flown by for me!) of the Glass and Steele series and they just keep getting better and better! What is this Book about? India has only recently begun her studies of the language of magic and spells with Fabian Charbonneau when the affluent French noble is arrested […]

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Book Review: The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma

Dear Bookworms, I kind of stumbled across this one on my libraries ebook platform during a particularly slow day at work (sorry boss!) and honestly I really don’t even know how I feel about this one? It was….not what I expected? You know when you go into a book thinking you’re about to read a […]

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