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#BookReview Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

I will be totally honest with you: I only read this book because I watched the television show and was morbidly curious about the book. I have picked up another book by Liane Moriarty (The Hyponotist's Love Story) which was okay so I wanted to pick up another book by her. Big Little Lies was… Continue reading #BookReview Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

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#BookReview The Masked Truth by Kelley Armstrong

To begin this review, I have to admit I'm a little biased. I have always enjoyed Kelley Armstrong's books and doubly so because she's Canadian (represent!!). My review will absolutely reflect that I thoroughly enjoy her writing style and I am always down for a reading ride in her books. So, off to the races...… Continue reading #BookReview The Masked Truth by Kelley Armstrong

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#BookReview The Champagne Conspiracy by Ellen Crosby

The Champagne Conspiracy is now one of my top 2020 reads! I love a good cozy mystery to snuggle under the covers and read some tea with. This book fit the bill and was a wonderful distraction from the bad weather in my town. This is the seventh book in the Wine Country Mysteries series… Continue reading #BookReview The Champagne Conspiracy by Ellen Crosby

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#BookReview The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes

The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes is honestly one of my new fave mystery books! Canadian book? Check! Murder mystery? Check! Female lead who is realistic? Check! What more can a Canadian book lover, like myself, ask for?! Roy Innes has crafted one amazing book that had me hooked to every word. I almost… Continue reading #BookReview The Extra Cadaver Murder by Roy Innes

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#BookReview The Murder of Leopold Beckenbauer by K. Kris Loomis

Man, oh man. I did NOT see that ending coming! Like... wow! What in the world just happened?! The Murder of Leopold Beckenbauer takes some wild twists and turns in this rather short story. K. Kris Loomis does an absolutely marvelous job at allowing us a peek at Claire's life and the brains of a… Continue reading #BookReview The Murder of Leopold Beckenbauer by K. Kris Loomis

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#BookReview Murder on Safari by Peter Riva

  Murder on Safari is a unique mystery read with in depth descriptions. I didn't find this book matched well with me as a reader, but the book is still incredible. Peter Riva creates an amazing tale woven in this novel that is full of mystery in Africa. For me, I couldn't get into the… Continue reading #BookReview Murder on Safari by Peter Riva

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#BookReview Poison by Punctuation by Kelley Kaye

This sequel is another thrilling yet cozy mystery that is set in the halls of a high school! We continue on in this book with Emma and Leslie in yet another pickle. This time around, a student was murdered! The suspense is excellent in this story - I felt myself being pulled in even farther… Continue reading #BookReview Poison by Punctuation by Kelley Kaye

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#BookReview Death by Diploma by Kelley Kaye

Death by Diploma by Kelley Kaye is a fun, cozy mystery that is perfect for binging! I've gotta say, I have been yearning for some teacher centered reads lately (ironically, since school is getting out around now for the elementary school kids in my area). And what is my luck that Kelley Kaye has an… Continue reading #BookReview Death by Diploma by Kelley Kaye

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#BookReview Cutter by Thomas Laird

To say I'm now obsessed with Thomas Laird and this series is an understatement. This book is just WOW. I've always had a fondness for a good crime novel/television show/film. My love of Bones, Kathy Reich's novels, 19-2, Chicago Fire/PD/etc, NCIS, Hawaii Five-O, and so many others are all stapled on my book shelf and… Continue reading #BookReview Cutter by Thomas Laird

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#BookReview So Much Love by Rebecca Rosenblum

So Much Love by Rebecca Rosenblum is a different look at the typical murder/kidnap storyline. This book is an interesting read, and I wasn't entirely sure what I thought about it that I had to sit on the story for quite a few days. There are multiple storylines, and not all are equal. The perspectives… Continue reading #BookReview So Much Love by Rebecca Rosenblum