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review 2018-10-15 00:26
Not really an Equiry
Stolen Sisters: The Story of Two Missing Girls, Their Families, and How Canada Has Failed Indigenous Women - Susan Ouriou,Christelle Morelli,Emmanuelle Walter

This is less of an enquiry and more of an mediation, if that is a right word.  There is not solving the mystery (and the young women are still missing), but more of a look at only one of the many cases of missing Indigeous women.  The writing is powerful, even if Walter still sometimes inserts herself too much in a native.  When she does so, it doesn't come across as if she is showing off, but more that she wants you to be moved in the same way she is.

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review 2018-10-13 23:50
All Summer Long by Susan Mallery
Terve pikk suvi (Fool's Gold, #9) - Susan Mallery,Raili Puskar

Actually, I was kind of hoping it to be a boring story, so I could stop reading the series. It wasn't. Although All Summer Long was an easy read, it was unbelievably good.
I enjoyed the storyline. The main characters, Charlie and Clay, were smart, independent, and interesting. The book had enough romance, family drama, and also some wonderfully hilarious moments. The ending was very similar to all the other endings in this series, but I didn't care. Charlie and Clay were amazing. I fell in love with this couple. I wanted them to have their happily ever after.
Now I just have to read the next story and hope it is as good as this one. :) 
I also think Fool's Gold would be a great TV series.

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text 2018-10-13 00:24
Just to add the cover for my 1975 edition.
The Waiting Sands - Susan Howatch
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text 2018-10-10 14:51
Reading progress update: I've read 250 out of 314 pages.
Tunnel Vision: A Novel - Susan Adrian

lots of surprises, revelations, and action, as it gears up for the conclusion. something has developed that does mirror a plot twist in Sekret, but I don't mind. still manages to feel like a different book, overall. been interesting reading them both within several days of each other.

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text 2018-10-10 02:38
Reading progress update: I've read 211 out of 314 pages.
Tunnel Vision: A Novel - Susan Adrian

earlier, this book reminded me a bit of the TV show Chuck, though more serious. but now, it’s comparable to something like Firestarter, while also setting its own unique course. I think it’s excellent so far.

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