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text 2018-10-20 01:26
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 336 pages.
Blood Magick - Nora Roberts

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text 2018-10-20 01:25
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 352 pages.
Trust No One - Jayne Ann Krentz

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text 2018-10-20 01:02
Reading progress update: I've read 128 out of 352 pages.
Cover of Night - Linda Howard

The bad guys meed tp retrieve a flash drive with mob stuff on it. They think it was left in the B&B the h owns. They tried breaking in and threatening the h to get it back, but were stopped by the H. Their new plan is to hired a few more guys and blow the bridge on the one road in and out of town and hold the entire town hostage until they get the flash drive back. Talk about using a bazooka to kill a bug.

 

 

I think I am going to have to throw in the towel for now, at least. This is too ridiculous.

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review 2018-10-19 22:21
MURDER, SHE KNIT by Peggy Ehrhart
Murder, She Knit - Peggy Ehrhart
Cozy mystery where Pamela tries to find where the kitten she's been feeding is hiding but finds a body in her bushes.  She and the victim have a past but so do many others in the town. 
 
I enjoyed this story.  I liked the characters.  I also enjoyed the small-town gossip and mind set.  The knitting group are older women whose children are raised.  They get together weekly to knit.  There is also Roland whose doctor told him to take up knitting as a way to reduce stress.  Not so sure if it has or has only added to the stress in his life.  There is good world building here as this sets up the series. 
 
The story was good but I missed the clues to help solve the mystery.  They hinted at the back of my mind but never came together until the murderer was identified and the story told.  I am looking forward to the next mystery in this series.
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review 2018-10-19 22:07
HOPE NEVER DIES by Andrew Shaffer
Hope Never Dies - Andrew Shaffer
This parody of cozy mysteries is told from Joe Biden's point-of-view as he and Barack Obama chase down a killer.  I loved it!  I laughed so hard at times.  Suspend belief but you have to read it.  It was so much fun. 
 
I liked the characters.  Watching them solve the crime is a scream.  I liked how they view the current happenings in D.C.  I felt bad when Joe had to change some of his idealistic beliefs about others.  I hope there are more in this series.  I adored it.
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