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review 2019-01-21 02:51
The Decaffeinated Corpse
Decaffeinated Corpse - Cleo Coyle

Claire and her husband are going to be among the first to use a new coffee bean...a decaffeinated coffee bean, grown that way. So that it tastes better. But when Rick is attacked outside the cafe and then Claire is attacked, she wants answers. Then when an old friend is found dead in a room her husband lets, so that they can hide Rick, she really feels that she has to get involved and find out answers. 

 

The story was interesting and is an earlier part of the series. It is good that the books can be read out of order. 

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review 2019-01-21 02:40
Dry
Dry - jarrod shusterman,Neal Shusterman

This book was assigned to my girls through their book club. 

 

The book looks at human dynamics when something major happens, like California not having any water and the people not being able to get out of the state or get water. It was an interesting look at the human condition and things that could happen. 

 

 

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text 2019-01-20 19:57
Reading progress update: I've read 19%. Wow! What a start.
Random - Craig Robertson

This is a book where the voice of the serial killer slides into your mind and refuses to leave. It’s fresh, original, well-written and hard to predict.

 

After two Meh reads in a row, it’s great to find something that keeps me reading long after my eyes are telling me I should have stopped.

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text 2019-01-20 04:11
Reading progress update: I've read 55%.
HUNTED ON THE FENS a gripping crime thriller full of twists - Joy Ellis

Gotta charge my kindle now.

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text 2019-01-20 02:43
Reading progress update: I've read 32%.
HUNTED ON THE FENS a gripping crime thriller full of twists - Joy Ellis

"He swallowed, then leaned forward and carefully stripped away the wrapping paper. He then eased open the lid of the cardboard box, and stared inside. It was half full of soil to give it some weight, and on the top of the earth lay a note.

 

Joseph lifted it out with his fingertips, touching only a corner of the sheet of paper.

 

There was a question printed on it in large neat letters:

 

DID YOU LOCK THE DOOR WHEN YOU CAME OUT HERE?"

 

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