Book Review

The Kidnapped Bride

The Kidnapped Bride A Patricia Fisher Mystery Steve Higgs Kindle, Jul 2019 172 pages Contemporary Cozy Mystery Purchased for Kindle app ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is that wonderful blue that always attracts my attention and some really great artwork of Down Under in the background and a sassy older blonde on board a ship in the… Continue reading The Kidnapped Bride

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Rowan’s Lady

Rowan’s Lady The Clan Graham series Suzan Tisdale Kindle, Oct 2013 292 pages Historical Romance KU for Kindle app ⭐⭐⭐⭐ The is our unlucky-in-love Lady Arline, who has dreamt of Rowan for 7 years. The background colors of yellows and reds with a touch of purples set off the portrait picture very well and make… Continue reading Rowan’s Lady

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www.Wednesdays.fun

http://www.Wednesdays.fun Brought to you by the verb “to read” In the past, present, and future tense. As in have been reading, are currently reading, And might read next...or are considering reading next… This is my variation on the meme done by others, And very well, I might add. https://samannelizabeth.wordpress.com/ Revivor of http://www.Wednesdays What have/are/will you… Continue reading www.Wednesdays.fun

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Prince of Fools by Mark Lawrence — The Critiquing Chemist (reblogged)

Rate: 4/5; My curiosity has been piqued in The Prince of Fools and I’m eagerly anticipating the adventures Lawrence has concocted for young Jalan. via Prince of Fools by Mark Lawrence — The Critiquing Chemist

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eARC Review: Buried in the Stacks by Allison Brook @crookedlanebks #BuriedInTheStacks #NetGalley #CozyMystery #BookReview #Bookblogger (reblogged)

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Review: The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring — Quirky Cat’s Fat Stacks (reblogged)

The Tenth Girl is the debut novel of Sara Faring, and it is a gothic psychological thriller novel deeply rooted in Patagonian lore. And it’ll send shivers down your spines. via Review: The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring — Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

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Things That Art

Things That Art A graphic menagerie of enchanting curiosity Lochlann Jain University of Toronto Press Sep 17, 2019, 114 pages Art & philosophy, languages Provided by NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐ The cover initially drew me to the book with its macabre and whimsical artwork. This is the artwork the author uses throughout the book. The colors and… Continue reading Things That Art

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Ivory Apples

Ivory Apples Lisa Goldstein Tachyon Pub, Sep 20, 2019 288 pages Fantasy Provided by Edelweiss ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is delightful and definitely gives you the feeling of this book. It’s magical and its best magic happens in a garden. The story is twisty, almost like a mystery. You start out with what seems like an… Continue reading Ivory Apples

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The Rabbit Girls

The Rabbit Girls Anna Ellory Lake Union Pub, Sep 1, 2019 396 pages Historical, WWII Purchased for Kindle app ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is perfect for this book. The feather is the one Miriam puts in the door so that she can tell if anyone has been in the apartment. It took me a while to… Continue reading The Rabbit Girls

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Cooperative Lives

Cooperative Lives Patrick Finegan Mar 2019 350 pages General Fiction, Mystery Provided by Rep ⭐ I found the cover to be quite interesting with the pencil sketch of the city and the block lettering for the title and author’s name like you might see on architectural drawings. Then right in the middle the scribble with… Continue reading Cooperative Lives