Monthly Archives: July 2020

Gone to Darkness by Barbara Nickless #review #fiction #suspense @barbaranickless

Overview From a Wall Street Journal bestselling author. Newly minted homicide detective Sydney Parnell faces a savage killer whose endgame is to capture her. And keep her. Iraqi war vet and former railway cop Sydney Parnell is now the youngest homicide detective … Continue reading

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Audible Reads for July #audiobooks #audio #wrapup

I had a slow audible month. I only listened to one book. I then started a 32 hour book and I am not near finished with it. Plus, my headphones broke 😭😭😭 Here is the one and only audio book … Continue reading

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Sinister Sisterhood by Jane Badrock – Book Spotlight @janebadrock #badinkpress #bookspotlight

Overview The Sinister Sisterhood – devious, deadly and dedicated  50% of author royalties from this book go to animal welfare charities Elle’s dreams of domestic bliss are devastated by David’s deceiving dalliances. Abandoned and alone, she needs a new life-plan … Continue reading

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The Two Mrs. Carlyles by Suzanne Rindell @putnambooks @suzannerindell #historicalfiction #review #5stars

Overview Which wife holds the darker secret? San Francisco, 1906. Violet is one of three people grateful for the destruction of the big earthquake. It leaves her and her two best friends unexpectedly wealthy–if the secret that binds them together … Continue reading

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The Wife Who Knew Too Much by Michele Campbell @stmartinspress #thriller #fiction #review

Overview From Michele Campbell, the bestselling author of It’s Always the Husbandcomes a new blockbuster thriller in The Wife Who Knew Too Much. Meet the first Mrs. FordBeautiful. Accomplished.Wealthy beyond imagination.Married to a much younger man.And now, she’s dead. Meet the second … Continue reading

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How Lulu Lost Her Mind by Rachel Gibson @gallerybooks #review #fiction

Overview Lou Ann Hunter’s mother, Patricia, has always had a passionate nature, which explains why she’s been married and divorced five times and spooned enough male patients to be ousted from three elderly care facilities. She also has Alzheimer’s, which … Continue reading

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The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel @gallerybooks #historicalfiction #review

Overview Eva Traube Abrams, a semi-retired librarian in Florida, is shelving books one morning when her eyes lock on a photograph in a magazine lying open nearby. She freezes; it’s an image of a book she hasn’t seen in sixty-five … Continue reading

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The Woman Before Wallis by Bryn Turnbull @harlequinbooks @brynturnbull #review #historicalfiction

Overview An irresistible historical debut, THE WOMAN BEFORE WALLIS (MIRA Trade Paperback; July 21, 2020) is set in the glamorous world of British and American royalty in the 1920s, based on the true story of the woman who owned Prince … Continue reading

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Settling An Old Score by Delores Fossen – Book Spotlight @harlequinbooks

Overview A Texas Ranger gets the shock of his life when he comes face to face with a woman from his past in USA TODAY bestselling author Delores Fossen’s latest suspense! A past tragedy destroyed their love. A vulnerable newborn brings them … Continue reading

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While Nobody is Watching by Michelle Dunne – Book Spotlight @notdunneyet

Overview A semi-inflated football and a curious little girl. They called it peacekeeping. For Corporal Lindsey Ryan it was anything but. It’s been three years since that bright day in the Golan Heights and the explosion which killed two and … Continue reading

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