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Force of Nature
Force of Nature: by the author of the Sunday Times top ten bestseller, The Dry | Jane Harper
The gripping new novel from the author of the Sunday Times top ten bestseller, Waterstones Thriller of the Month, Sunday Times Crime Book of the Month, and Simon Mayo Radio 2 Book Club Choice, The Dry. FIVE WENT OUT. FOUR CAME BACK... Is Alice here? Did she make it? Is she safe? In the chaos, in the night, it was impossible to say which of the four had asked after Alice's welfare. Later, when everything got worse, each would insist it had been them. Five women reluctantly pick up their backpacks and start walking along the muddy track. Only four come out the other side. The hike through the rugged landscape is meant to take the office colleagues out of their air-conditioned comfort zone and teach resilience and team building. At least that is what the corporate retreat website advertises. Federal Police Agent Aaron Falk has a particularly keen interest in the whereabouts of the missing bushwalker. Alice Russell is the whistleblower in his latest case - and Alice knew secrets. About the company she worked for and the people she worked with. Far from the hike encouraging teamwork, the women tell Falk a tale of suspicion, violence and disintegrating trust. And as he delves into the disappearance, it seems some dangers may run far deeper than anyone knew.
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TheAromaofBooks
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Thank you for the tag @MoonWitch94

1. Hot apple crisp on vanilla ice cream *swoon*
2. Tagged
3. It's impossible to narrow it down to 3, as most days my life is pretty fantastic. I have an amazing husband, a wonderful family, 2 ridiculous dogs, a house filled with sunshine*, & piles of books!! Things aren't perfect, but they are pretty awesome.

*okay, not every day. Like today it's actually quite gloomy. But theoretically!

#ThoughtfulThursday

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🧡🧡🧡 3w
MoonWitch94 So great! It might be gloomy outside, but it sounds like things are pretty bright. 👍🏼😊 3w
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TheAromaofBooks
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#bookreport for the week - pretty much everything from my forecast post, other than the McManus, which I started this morning. Tagged book was my fave for the week, but Birthright was also a very solid read.

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Morr_Books
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Now that I'm done working for the week, it is time to get reading! Here are my weekend reading picks, starting with the tagged book. #MrBook1inaMillion #readathon #LitsyPartyofOne #24B4Monday
@MrBook @Alisnazzy @Andrew65 @Lynnsoprano @Lucas.Rencher @jb72

Andrew65 Good luck 😊👍 1mo
Lynnsoprano Welcome to the party 🎉🎉 1mo
MrBook Ohh yeeaahh 😎! Love it that you‘re joining the fun! 🤗 1mo
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TheAromaofBooks
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This is the second book with Aaron Falk as the main character. The pacing was fantastic, with just enough flashback information to keep the story moving. I was totally hooked! I really like Aaron as a character, & enjoy that his job isn't what you would normally associate with detective work, yet it totally flows. Just like The Dry, Australia itself feels like an active character as well. Here's hoping Harper has more in store for this series!

LapReader Australia definitely is a character. It‘s a dust bowl here at the moment! 1mo
erzascarletbookgasm Yes, I hope she‘ll write more. I liked The Lost Man better than this. 1mo
TheAromaofBooks @Lapreader - have to admit that Australia scares me a little bit!! :-D 1mo
TheAromaofBooks @ezrascarletbookgasm - I have only read this one and The Dry, but definitely want to see what else Harper has written as these have been thoroughly enjoyable. 1mo
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TheAromaofBooks
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For those of you who have asked about my Grandpa, thank you! After almost three weeks in the hospital, he was moved yesterday to a local hospice home. It is a small, peaceful facility that is much closer to our family than the hospital. Grandpa isn't expected to live much longer as his kidneys have failed, but we are cherishing our last days with him.

Here are my current reads than I am working on whenever Grandpa is napping!!

TheAromaofBooks Also pictured: Waylon and Paisley in the background doing goofy border collie stuff haha 1mo
Bookwormjillk 🤗hugs to you. Condolences to you and your family, but I‘m glad you can be with him. 1mo
sharread That's good news ❤ 1mo
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twohectobooks I must‘ve missed your initial post about this. Glad things are going (relatively) well. 1mo
TheAromaofBooks @Bookwormjillk @sharread @twohectobooks - thank you!! He is comfortable and peaceful, which definitely makes a difficult thing a little easier. 1mo
UwannaPublishme Sending hugs and 🙏🏻 and ❤️ to you and your family. Glad you are cherishing these precious moments. 1mo
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Julsmarshall
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Ooh, loved it! 5 women go into the Australian bush on an adventure retreat, only 4 make it out. Great premise, right? And the story follows through. Aaron Falk is such and intriguing and complex character and the mystery didn‘t disappoint!

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Cinfhen I just finished this one ➡️SO GOOD 1mo
Julsmarshall @Cinfhen I need to move it up the list? I‘m a little scared it may break me . . . was waiting til work (and the world) was less stressful 1mo
Cinfhen It WILL break you 😢😭😭 1mo
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Pamwurtzler
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1. That was a tough one. I read a bunch of good books in September.
2. Light blue. A sweatshirt FINALLY!
3. I saw the musical Come from Away. It was SO SO SO good!
4. Can I whistle? Not really, no. I can snap my fingers though!
5. ❤️❤️
Thanks for the tag, @howjessreads ! #friyayintro

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Had this on my shelf for ages and picked it up last night. I am about half way through and enjoying it so far. So many ways in which it could end.

What is everyone reading this weekend?

my.books.in.squares @TrishB Oh that sounds good, are you enjoying it? 3mo
TrishB Yes - about half way through and still no clue about who or why! Which I like. 3mo
erzascarletbookgasm I‘ve read and enjoyed Jane Harper‘s books. 👍 3mo
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Laughterhp
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I‘ve been doing pretty good at picking interesting audiobooks that I don‘t want to stop listening to.

I really liked the Dry and this one was a good mystery too. I typically only listen when I exercise, but found myself doing other things so I could listen!

Using for About Nature - #readingwomenchallenge

#bfcr3 #smallsteppers

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GypsyKat
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Barnes & Noble birthday book haul! 😆🎉🎂📚📚 I‘ve already read the tagged book on Audible, but I couldn‘t resist the hardcover for only $6.98, and I have a coffee mug addiction. 🙈

#BookHaul

Alicepondpoe Happy birthday! 🍰🎉🎊 4mo
Owlizabeth Happy happy!!! I‘m not allowed to buy any more coffee mugs! 😳 4mo
laur89 HB! 🥳🥳 I have SO many mugs, so I understand! When I get lost in a store, my boyfriend usually finds me by the mugs, and reminds me “No! No more mugs! You don‘t even use them all!” 🤣 I do have a B&N gift card though... 😅 (edited) 4mo
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Bookwm85forever Great mugs!! I have so many I lost count but that hasn‘t stopped me from buying more. 4mo
dragondrool Happy birthday! 4mo
Avanders Yay!! How fun! And happy birthday!! 🥳🎉📖🎈♥️ 4mo
QuietlyLaura Happy Birthday! 🎉📚 4mo
GypsyKat @Owlizabeth Thank you! But oh no! That‘s no fun! Although I did pull out several old mugs to donate when I got home today. Gotta make room! 😂 4mo
GypsyKat @laur89 @Bookwm85forever Thank you! 😊 Coffee mug addictions are real! 😂 (edited) 4mo
KirstieE Happy birthday Kat !! 🤩❤️🎂 Hope you had a really good day ! 4mo
GypsyKat @KirstieE Thank you! I really did! 😊❤️ 4mo
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JacintaMCarter
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#2019Book68
Five women walked into the woods for a company retreat. Only four of them came back out. This is how Force of Nature begins, and the suspense never really lets up until the end. The best part, though, is the ever-present feeling of claustrophobia, as though someone just might be watching from the darkness between the trees.

BridgetteM Sounds amazing! Stacked it. :) 4mo
Crazeedi Great story, loved it! All her books I've read are really good so far!! 4mo
GypsyKat I just read this one! I love all her books! 4mo
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kathedron
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Not my usual kind of book but when I saw this in the library last week I recognised it from Litsy and decided to give it a go. I enjoyed it. Aaron Falk's an interesting character, I didn't guess the plot, and it turned out to be a quick read for all its 450 pages: it grabbed me by the hand and pulled me along at a cracking pace!

Cathythoughts Great review 👍🏻 4mo
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MallenNC
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This mystery takes place at a wilderness retreat, which I think counts as #camping. I‘ve camped out once in my life and it rained the entire time so I was miserable. This book doesn‘t make wilderness retreats seem attractive either, since this one includes a murder! I liked this book, but not quite as much as The Dry. #LetsTravelAugust

margreads Good choice for the camping theme! 4mo
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GypsyKat
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I really enjoyed this one! I didn‘t like it quite as much as The Dry, but it was still very good. Atmospheric and compelling. Jane Harper needs to write more books! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

LeeRHarry She has 😊 4mo
GypsyKat @LeeRHarry That was my favorite one! 4mo
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GypsyKat
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I started listening to this one earlier today. I‘ve found that I really love Jane Harper‘s books!

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Bookzombie
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Sorry for repost. I accidentally posted it as A blurb at first.
The next book in Harper‘s Aaron Falk series did not disappoint. Just like The Dry, Harper creates a strong sense of atmosphere. You can feel the trees and the darkness around you. I hope she continues with the series. #LitsyAtoZ #F

Read in April.

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TorieStorieS
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I think I loved the sequel even more! That could be in part because I read rather than listened but I couldn‘t put it down!! What a great read!!

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krismlars
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I didn't like it as much as The Dry, but still a very good mystery. I hope there are more Aaron Falk books in the future! These are my only two highlights...replace Alice with Katie, and you've got a good description of my sister. The second quote means a lot to me because of my dad's recent death. My family doesn't use the word 'love' often, or even know how to show it well, but it was there. The quote is reassuring during a difficult time.

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TheRiehlDeal
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#currentlyreading
Hopefully this lives up to her first book. 🤞

LapReader I was a little disappointed. 6mo
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Crazeedi
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My 2nd Aaron Faulk book. He's involved in an investigation where the woman who is assisting him on the inside goes missing while on an "experience" in the outback. Well written, great detail, very readable. I'm getting to like Faulk a little more, he staring to become more comfortable in his skin

Bookwormjillk I didn‘t realize this was part of a series. Cool! 6mo
Crazeedi @Bookwormjillk well I think you could read separate if youd want, doesn't take away from story really. But it's the same investigator, and that's how I prefer the first is this 6mo
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krismlars
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I don't often do this, but I'm going straight from book #1 to book #2.

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morgan_krahn
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Mehso-so

To me it felt like it took a long time for anything substantial or noteworthy to happen, and then once it did it all seemed a bit rushed in my opinion. 🤷🏼‍♀️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️

jillrhudy I really liked the character and The Dry was so good. I've tried this one twice and thought I'd try the audio but this clenches it. Not going to bother! 4mo
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Cinfhen
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#WanderingJune #LetsGetLost The hike through the rugged landscape is meant to take the corporate colleagues out of their air-conditioned comfort zone and teach them resilience and team building in a different jungle 😉But when 5 enter the woods and only 4 return it‘s no longer a game! Where is Alice??? And does Alice know something that her coworkers don‘t want others to know??? This was a fun, fast paced read. **image from Google **

TrishB We‘ll never learn about those woods will we! 6mo
squirrelbrain Clever! 👍😁 6mo
LeahBergen Just another reason to avoid those team building exercises. 😆 6mo
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BarbaraBB Good one! How is the husband? 😘 6mo
Crazeedi This book is on my kindle waiting to be read! 6mo
GatheringBooks interesting premise. this is the reason why i always go on sick leave whenever we have outdoorsy based team building activities. hehehhee. 6mo
Cinfhen Hahahaha @GatheringBooks 💋 6mo
Cinfhen Nope @TrishB 😁😆😂 6mo
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morgan_krahn
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Next up! I really enjoyed The Dry, so I‘m hoping I enjoy this one as well!

jillannjohn I just finished The Dry. Thinking about this one too... 6mo
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Libby1
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I didn‘t like this one nearly as much as I liked The Dry, but it was a good, solid Whodunnit.

⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

MallenNC I agree. It‘s hard to follow The Dry but I did like this one too. The Lost Man is also good. 6mo
CarolynM I agree, I had a major problem with the resolution of this one. The Lost Man is as good as, if not better than, The Dry. 6mo
ClairesReads @CarolynM agree the Lost Man is her best 6mo
Libby1 @MallenNC , @CarolynM , @ClairesReads - that‘s good to know. I‘m going to see the author speak in Belfast in July, so I hope to read The Lost Man by then. 6mo
MallenNC @Libby1 I'd love to see her speak about her books. I was worried I,wouldn't like Lost Man bc it is standalone but I did. 6mo
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Bookwormjillk
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Pickpick

This is the perfect summer read- not deep literature, but just what you want for a day reading outside by water.

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Bookwormjillk
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On a work retreat with no time to read or walk. Going slightly nuts.

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Bookwormjillk
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I have a company retreat this week, so this thriller about a retreat gone wrong appealed to me.

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mally_n
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Relaxing Friday night ahead 📚

bookandbedandtea I really like her books. Enjoy! 7mo
mally_n @bookandbedandtea thank you! Have you read all 3? I‘ve finished The Dry so far and really liked it! Enjoying Force of Nature so far! Looking forward to getting my hands on The Lost Man! 7mo
bookandbedandtea @mally_n I have read all three. At first I was disappointed that The Lost Man isn't part of her Aaron Falk series but I ended up loving it. Can't wait for more from her. 7mo
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Samplergal
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Mehso-so

Thanks to wicked insomnia last night( up at 1:30) I have my first finish. Five women go into the woods and four come out. Meh. I loved her first book; this was not as a compelling story. #24B4Monday. #forgotTimer

TheReadingMermaid Ahhhh, insomnia.... 🤨🙄😑 8mo
Andrew65 Well done. Insomnia 👎 but finishing a book. 👍 8mo
BooknerdsLife Oh insomnia is terrible...but at least it means more time for reading 😂 so yeah!! 🙌🏼 And I agree with you about this one , I enjoyed the Dry more as well. But I also heard the next book is much better 🤨 8mo
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erzascarletbookgasm @BooknerdsLife Yup! The third book is better. May be her best of the three. 8mo
tammysue I agree the third is better. I think it‘s the best yet. 8mo
Samplergal @erzascarletbookgasm @BooknerdsLife @whatshesreadingnow It‘s on my library holds. That‘s the only reason I started this one. It came in from my library holds with 30 ppl waiting. Thought I‘d be a good citizen and get it moving along. 8mo
CarolynM Agreed. This one is nowhere near as convincing as the first. The latest one is a return to form, though.🙂 8mo
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bookandbedandtea
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Pickpick

Jane Harper's writing pulls me in and makes me feel as though I'm experiencing the story with the characters and I just love that! The characters felt very real to me and the alternating chapters with multiple POVs worked well. I really hope there will be more Aaron Falk books in the future.

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Dolly
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Mehso-so

I always listen to a book while working outside or doing housework so this occupied me somewhat. I was, however, underwhelmed.

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valeriegeary
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This week was a bit bumpy for me. Book therapy to the rescue! #bookhaul #tbr #shoplocal #indiesfirst

Megabooks I hope it improves! 8mo
JennyM Book therapy is always good. Hope you have a restful weekend 😘 8mo
cobwebmoth Hope you have a great weekend! 8mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Sing!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️ 8mo
valeriegeary @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks My in person book club is reading it next month! I'm looking forward to it. 8mo
valeriegeary @JennyM @Megabooks @cobwebmoth Thank you all! Feeling better every minute. 😊 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I hope you feel better and that you enjoy Sing! It‘s sad, but her writing is phenomenal ❤️ 8mo
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MicheleinPhilly
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I can probably do every single day of this photo challenge with books I own but haven‘t read. ☺️

We went to Australia in 2009. I absolutely LOVED it and would love to visit again but alas, it‘s #sofaraway. I think it probably was a once in a lifetime trip. #anglophileapril

Cinfhen Hahahahaha!!! Too funny #BooksIOwnButHaveNotRead DAY5 8mo
MicheleinPhilly @Cinfhen I could do an entire YEAR of that challenge! 8mo
Reviewsbylola Hahaha that‘s a good personal challenge. I bet I could do the same. 🤣 8mo
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Mdargusch Omg me too! 🤣🤣🤣 8mo
TrishB I‘m in for that challenge! 😁 8mo
LeahBergen Oh, I‘m up for that challenge. Easy-peasy. 😆😆 8mo
CarolynM No problem, in fact I do it a lot of the time anyway😂 8mo
emilyhaldi Ha, I could swing that EASILY!! Ps. Would love to go to Australia but soooooo far away 😫 8mo
MicheleinPhilly @emilyhaldi It was such a great trip but that flight was TERRIBLE. I almost lost my mind. 8mo
emilyhaldi I think I need to wait for the day that I make it big and can afford first class 😆 otherwise I would have to be heavily sedated 💊💊💊 8mo
Megabooks I would love to see Australia!! 8mo
MicheleinPhilly @emilyhaldi Pink was in first class on our flight and I was tempted to tell her that I love her and am also from Philly. Like she was then going to invite me to sit with her in first class. 🤪 8mo
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Madison91
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Pickpick

I love Jane Harper, I‘ll pre order anything she brings out. Another mystery I couldn‘t guess, and the same detective I fell in love with in “the dry”. Can‘t fault her.

BooknerdsLife Same!!! Can‘t wait to read The Lost Man (waiting from my library🤗) 8mo
Madison91 3/3 books I have not picked the murderer 😅 4th times the charm! 8mo
BooknerdsLife @Madison91 😂😂 I‘ve stopped trying 🙈 8mo
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Joreads
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Another great novel by Jane Harper. This is the second Aaron Falk book and hopefully not the last. Harpers ability to tease a mystery out slowly over the course of a novel is astounding. This book held my interest from start to finish. Now we have to wait for the next one in this series ‘sigh‘

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TK421
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1. Saturdays are usually the best.
2. Not sure I can only pick one. Social Distortion, Pink Floyd, Nightwish, Jimmy Buffett, Chuck Ragan, Over the Rhine...
3. Dr appointment and then work.
4. I just finished Force of Nature today.
#PreMondayVibes @pepsicola

pepsicola Thanks for playing!! 9mo
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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I really like Jane Harper's writing. Another enjoyable and well-written Australian crime novel. I hope we see more of Aaron Falk!

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TK421
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Five coworkers go on a corporate team building hiking trip. Only four come out. The missing woman also happens to be the whistleblower in an ongoing federal investigation. While it had completely different pacing from The Dry, I enjoyed it just as much. I really like Jane Harper's writing style. The alternating chapters between the investigation and what happened leading up to the incident are great, and the characters are flawed, yet relatable.

Crazeedi Can't wait to read this one 9mo
Brewychock48 It is really good.My book club read it,we really liked it 9mo
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TK421
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1. Ohio. I grew up in Troy, and I now live an hour from anywhere.
2. In the U.S. I'd go for Louisiana. I like the swamps and bayou country. If I could choose anywhere at all I would want a stone cottage deep in the Black Forest.
3. Australia
4. Troy is known for strawberries. They still have a huge strawberry festival every June.
5. Will do! Litsy love to everyone! Yes, even you.💚
#frideas @SailorMoon

SailorMoon Thanks for playing!!! 💕🤟🏻🌙 9mo
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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I've been pushing myself so much to finish my print Christian spirituality books, and really, what for? To prove how spiritual I am? I'm working a lot, not sleeping enough, stressed out... Bring on reading I actually enjoy! I had completely forgotten that I bought this on a Kindle deal!

saguarosally Remember too it‘s okay to not read at a breakneck pace. There are so many times I read nothing for 4-6 weeks and then things calm down and I read much more. Enjoy the current read as you have time! 9mo
Marina_h I've just started reading The Dry. It has such a high rating so I'm really looking forward to reading it and hopefully continue with Force of Nature! And yes, reading should be fun so enjoy this one 😊 9mo
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @Marina_h I hope you enjoy The Dry! The style is different from your typical murder mystery but that's something I like about her writing 9mo
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Joanne1 It‘s easy to forget reading is supposed to be pleasurable sometimes and feel you have to finish a book you‘re not into. I hope you enjoy Force of Nature, I did. 9mo
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @Joanne1 yes, not really sure why I was treating myself like a slave driver! I waited for over a year for FON to go on special so hoping I enjoy it too! 9mo
CouronneDhiver Enjoy! Try to remember that Christianity isn‘t about “performance” or deserving 😉 You‘ll get through your growth journey in good time. 9mo
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Aimeesue
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I enjoyed Harper‘s first book very much. Here‘s hoping the second holds up.

Lcsmcat I loved it. And I read it first. 9mo
Aimeesue @Lcsmcat Good to hear! I‘m halfway through, and I‘m enjoying it! 9mo
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mc916
Pickpick

Read this in 4 days!

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Skeeterisme
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Pickpick

Wow.

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nikirtehsuxlol
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A lot of graphic novels in today‘s #libraryhaul. But I‘m gonna stop my current audiobook for my commute and switch with Harper‘s Force of Nature. Coworkers, retreat in the woods, someone doesn‘t come back .... my body is ready.

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KathrynElise
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The latest haul.. Not a bad effort for a Saturday morning! ☺️📚

#TBR #nevertell #onchesilbeach #thefamiliars #forceofnature #saturdaybuys

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VictoriaB
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Pickpick

This book switches back and forth between a corporate team-building trip during which Alice Russell has come up missing, and the investigation into her disappearance. I thought that this was less of a twisty mystery than a character study of how the women react when things go so very wrong in the wilderness, though Aaron Falk‘s investigation moves things along with plenty of red herrings.

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RachelO
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Pickpick

I enjoyed this. Five women head out into the bush on a corporate team-building exercise, which turns out even worse than it sounds. Chapters alternate between the women‘s story and Aaron and Carmen, detectives with an professional interest in finding missing Alice. I particularly liked the backstories, the fact that their home lives were as messy as their work lives, & the sense of place. Only gripe - that cover is NOT where they got lost - is it?

Reviewsbylola This is on my TBR. 10mo
Cinfhen It was a good read. Still not 100% committed to the series... 10mo
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RachelO @Reviewsbylola 👍 Hope you enjoy it! 10mo
RachelO @Cinfhen 😂😂 I‘m not sure I‘ve ever met a series I am 100% committed to! But I am planning to go back and read The Dry... One day! 10mo
Cinfhen Hahahaha!!! #TRUTH 10mo
Christine11 I liked this but preferred The Dry and her new stand alone book, The Lost Man, is her best yet in my opinion so I‘d definitely recommend it if you like her writing 💛 10mo
CarolynM Maybe in the mountains in the distance😂 You're right, the cover doesn't represent the landscape described in the book. I agree with @Christine11 I found both The Dry and The Lost Man more convincing than this one. 10mo
RachelO @Christine11 @carolynm Thank you both! I‘ll look forward to those, then! 10mo
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