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In the Blink of an Eye by Jesse Blackadder #review #fiction

Overview Originally titled Sixty Seconds A deeply emotional drama that explores a family’s path to forgiveness and redemption in the aftermath of a tragedy. The Brennans — parents, Finn and Bridget, and their sons, Jarrah and Toby — have made … Continue reading

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The Last Year of the War by Susan Meissner #review #historicalfiction

Overview Elise Sontag is a typical Iowa fourteen-year-old in 1943–aware of the war but distanced from its reach. Then her father, a legal U.S. resident for nearly two decades, is suddenly arrested on suspicion of being a Nazi sympathizer. The … Continue reading

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The Malta Exchange by Steve Berry #review #fiction

Overview “The result is a thriller that intrigues and provides historical context. Berry is the master scientist with a perfect formula.” ― Associated Press One of USA Today’s “Five Books Not to Miss!” The next in New York Times top … Continue reading

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Cemetery Road by Greg Iles #review #fiction #suspense

Overview The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Natchez Burning trilogy returns with an electrifying tale of friendship, betrayal, and shattering secrets that threaten to destroy a small Mississippi town. When Marshall McEwan left his hometown at age … Continue reading

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Why We Lie by Amy Impellizzeri #tallpoppyblogger #tallpoppywriter #review #fiction

Overview WHY WE LIE examines the unexpected consequences of those who tell the truth about abuse and those who lie, and asks the question: is the truth always worth the cost? Authored by former BigLaw litigator, two-year D.C. federal court … Continue reading

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Woman 99 by Greer Macallister #review #historicalfiction

Overview A vivid historical thriller about a young woman whose quest to free her sister from an infamous insane asylum risks her sanity, her safety and her life Charlotte Smith’s future is planned to the last detail, and so was … Continue reading

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The Lieutenant’s Nurse by Sara Ackerman #review #historicalfiction

Overview November, 1941. She’s never even seen the ocean before, but Eva Cassidy has her reasons for making the crossing to Hawaii, and they run a lot deeper than escaping a harsh Michigan winter. Newly enlisted as an Army Corps … Continue reading

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