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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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Book Review: Jackaby by William Ritter

Dreaming of a life filled with adventure, Abigail Rook takes off from her boarding school in London, and hops a boat to New Fiddleham, USA (with a few adventures in between). With nothing but the clothes on her back and a flimsy suitcase of ill suited clothes, Abigail needs to find work, and fast.

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Book Review: The Outsider by Stephen King

Dear Bookworms, I love a good Stephen King book – he was one of my first “grown up” authors that I devoured as a budding bookworm. Everything from Misery and The Shinning to the hulking beast that is The Stand- I really could never get enough. How this man is able to continue to surprise […]

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The Birthday Girl by Melissa De La Cruz

Dear Bookworms, So I chose this one thinking it was going to be some cool thriller a la Mary Kubica or Ruth Ware (check those books at the bottom of this post for some AMAZING thriller reviews if that’s your jam) but this…was not that. About this book Ellie de Florent-Stinson is throwing herself an […]

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Book Review: Charlie, Presumed Dead by Anne Heltzel

Dear Bookworms, Welp….this was a frustrating read….but first, a recap: What is the book about While attending a funeral in Paris, two young women find out they have been dating the same man. Charlie Price is presumed dead after his family’s plane was wrecked and his bloodied jacket was found at the scene. There is […]

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Book Review: The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

Dear Bookworms, The Turn of the Key is Ruth Ware’s 5th novel and once again, she doesn’t disappoint! (Check my reviews of her other four books because of course I’ve read them all!) What is this one about? Rowan Caine thinks she has just struck gold when she lands a prestigious live in nanny job […]

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Book Review: Magruder’s Curiosity Cabinet by H.P. Wood

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read seemed so interesting and I was really excited to give it a read, unfortunately (for reasons I’ll explain below) it just sort of fell flat for me. The plot Kitty Hayward finds herself alone and quite penniless on the streets of NY City after her mother disappears from their hotel […]

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