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Book Review: Walk Into Silence – Susan McBride
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Book Review: Rich and Pretty – Rumaan Alam

Title: Rich and Pretty Author: Rumaan Alam ISBN: 9780062429933 Pages: 304 Release Date: June 7, 2016 Publisher: Ecco Genre: Literary Fiction Source: Publisher Summary Sarah and Lauren have been best friends for most of their lives. Now, they both are living in New York in that period of their lives where they are adults, but don’t […]

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Book Review: The House Between Tides – Sarah Maine

Title: The House Between Tides Author: Sarah Maine ISBN: 9781501126918 Pages: 400 Release Date: August 2, 2016 Publisher: Atria Books Genre: Historical Fiction Source: Publisher Summary Hetty is ready for a change, so when she receives news that a relative has died, and she’s been left a massive estate, Muirlan, in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides islands, she jumps at the chance for […]

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Book Review: The King’s Revenge – Don Jordan and Michael Walsh

Title: The King’s Revenge: Charles II and the Greatest Manhunt in British History Author: Don Jordan and Michael Walsh ISBN: 9781681771687 Pages: 400 Release Date: August 2, 2016 Publisher: Pegasus Books Genre: Nonfiction, History Source: Publisher Summary In January 1649, Charles I, the King of England, was tried and executed by England’s new government. The republic (headed by Oliver Cromwell) failed, […]

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Book Review: The Ghost Fields – Elly Griffiths

Title: The Ghost Fields Author: Elly Griffiths ISBN: 9780544330146 Pages: 384 Release Date: May 19, 2015 Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Genre: Crime Fiction Source: Publisher Summary When a World War II-era plane crash is discovered in Norfolk, it’s a curiosity to be sure. But when the pilot is found in the cockpit, shot through the head, it becomes a criminal investigation. […]

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