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review 2019-06-08 11:22
A Heart So Wild by Johanna Lindsey
A Heart So Wild - Johanna Lindsey

Well, I liked and at the same time didn't like the story. It was interesting to follow Courtney's growth as a person but the hero of the story was despicable. I didn't like his way of thinking and the way he treated Courtney was awful. He was a mean bully. 

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review 2019-04-23 17:51
Lootuse Ƶunakook (The Apple Tart of Hope) by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald
The Apple Tart of Hope - Sarah Moore Fitzgerald

I liked the book because it was about friendship, bullying, and teenage suicide thought but it didn't go very deep. I also expected to find the recipe of Oscar's apple tart in the story but it wasn't there. :(

 

 

 

The gorgeous cover of Estonian edition

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review 2019-04-23 14:51
Last Victim by Karen Robards
The Last Victim - Karen Robards

I liked Charlie's ideas and suggestions while working and the end of the book was quite exciting but it's still a 2.5 star book. There were too many inner monologues and not enough tension. They were chasing a serial killer, racing against the clock, but I was bored. I also didn't enjoy the love story. Charlie had to choose between two men and her choice made me sick. It just went against everything I knew about the woman. 

 



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review 2019-04-23 14:40
Lumivalgeke peab surema (Schneewittchen muss sterben) by Nele Neuhaus
Schneewittchen muss sterben - Nele Neuhaus

It took me less than 24 hours to read this beast (496 pages). At first I had difficulties because of all these characters. It seemed like a very bad info dump but then I found from goodreads that this was actually the 4th book in the series. No wonder I couldn't understand how all these detectives were connected to each other. Fortunately only two were main characters and the slices from there private life were interesting. But I'm still upset that they started publishing the series from somewhere in the middle. 
The case was interesting. A man returns to his home village after spending 10 years in prison for murders. The villagers are angry and try to force him to leave. They start with insulting graffiti and go on with threats and physical violence. After somebody attacks the man's mother two detectives start investigating and soon realize that the story is a lot more complicated. The village is full with dark secrets and people lie and lie and lie. 
I enjoyed all the twists and turns and couldn't put the book down. Great mystery. 4.5 stars

 

Cover of the Estonian edition

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review 2019-04-13 13:38
Mystery Mile by Margery Allingham
Mystery Mile - Margery Allingham

Quite good, reminded me of Edgar Wallace's books. 
I didn't care much about Campion's humour.

 

 

 

Gorgeous cover of the Estonian edition

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