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Red Leaves
Red Leaves | Paullina Simons
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Detective Spencer O'Malley is assigned to investigate the mystery behind the death of a young woman, and during his investigation, he finds himself uncovering the secrets and deceptions of her privileged friends
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Susanita
Red Leaves | Paullina Simons
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So far this year, thanks to a dry and hot September, the autumn #leaves haven‘t been all that. A couple years ago, though, it was a different story. #fallisbooked

OriginalCyn620 Pretty! 😊🍂🍁 1mo
kspenmoll Gorgeous! 1mo
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Zee3
Red Leaves | Paullina Simons
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Finished #10 for this year so far. I really love this author, I've read most of her books and they are all enjoyable reads. There was a couple of good twists!

TheSpineView I love her books too. But not that one. Another for the TBR list.😋 9mo
Reggie Omg, have you read Tully?!!!! Lol, that ending really bugged me. 9mo
Zee3 @TheSpineView its a good one, definitely recommend it, which one of hers is your favorite? 9mo
Zee3 @Reggie yes!! But its been so long i can't remember the ending!! My favorite is definitely girl in times square, ive read it twice! 9mo
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quirkyreader
Red Leaves | Paullina Simons

I very much enjoy the work by Paullina Simons. I came across her by accident. I found an Australian edition of her work in a bargain bin for a dollar and brought it home. Which begs the question, which writers are huge in other parts of the world but barely get a mention in the United States.

TheLondonBookworm Interesting thought I'd love to know more. Will try and think of some British ones... 3y
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