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Blue Haven by Lisa King – Book Review

The Book Review Blue Haven by Lisa King is one of my top books of 2022! Blue Haven is the world's most luxurious and exclusive condo on the market. It only has five residents, and one of them is our main character: Aloe Malone. She is 25-year old introvert who won the lottery and now… Continue reading Blue Haven by Lisa King – Book Review

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The Night Shift by Alex Finlay – Book Review

To say The Night Shift by Alex Finlay is good would be an understatement. This thrilling read has all the nostalgia with nights at Blockbuster and angsty teenagers. Then, you throw in the murder spree, the mystery and "who dun it?", the multiple points of view, and the twist ending I didn't see coming… It's… Continue reading The Night Shift by Alex Finlay – Book Review

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#BookReview Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner was a delightfully binge-worthy book that I couldn't get my hands off of. I managed to binge-read this book in three nights. I had to put it down, but I really didn't want to. I love a great thriller read with leading women, especially when it makes you question what… Continue reading #BookReview Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

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#BookReview The Fourth Circle of Hell by Gary Rappard

The Fourth Circle of Hell by Gary Rappard has long been on my list. I've been eying this book down but knew I needed a good amount of time to sit down and take it all in. This book appears to be heavily inspired by Dan Brown's writing style, so you instantly know you need… Continue reading #BookReview The Fourth Circle of Hell by Gary Rappard

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#BookReview Combustible Punch by Paul Michael Peters

Combustible Punch is a thriller by Paul Michael Peters that opens up with one wow-ing chapter. When you open up to a woman introducing herself as a serial killer after a romp with our main character in a hotel, it is quite jarring and intriguing. I haven't found many first chapters that have me raising… Continue reading #BookReview Combustible Punch by Paul Michael Peters

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#BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

Veering off Valentine's by A.J. Kormon is another super sweet, middle grade read for your eager readers. I do really enjoy these books. I've been on a bit of a middle grade binge lately, but can you blame me? This series specifically is designed for readers who aren't too enthusiastic about reading. There is big… Continue reading #BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview Creeping Up on Christmas by A.J. Kormon

A.J. Kormon is one of my recent favourite authors for middle grade series. I always love myself a little middle grade read. It brings me back to my youth and reminds me of how much fun reading back then was. Getting a little nostalgia is nice through all of the craziness of our current situation,… Continue reading #BookReview Creeping Up on Christmas by A.J. Kormon

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#BookReview A Better Part of Valor by Gary Corbin

A Better Part of Valor is an epic finale to one great mystery and thrill-filled book! I've been a fan of Gary Corbin for quite a while. His books just read the right way for me, and I've been vining along with every new release ever since. When you find those authors, you cling to… Continue reading #BookReview A Better Part of Valor by Gary Corbin

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#BookReview Pumpkins by Kevin Miller

Anyone who knows me knows that I am the Queen of Halloween (self proclaimed, of course). I LIVE for Fall and Halloween and breathe it with every fibre of my being. I love decorating (be it store bought or my own creations!), I love Goosebumps, I love giving out candy and making Halloween a fun… Continue reading #BookReview Pumpkins by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview Arctic Meltdown by Geza Tatrallyay

Geza Tatrallyay is at it again with another fantastic read! Arctic Meltdown is an excellent book to pick up if you love history and mystery. Let me be clear, I'm not a big fan of reading history in fiction. History is cool and I love learning the non-fiction side of it, but history in fiction… Continue reading #BookReview Arctic Meltdown by Geza Tatrallyay