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Faithful Place
Faithful Place: A Novel | Tana French
The "expertly rendered, gripping new novel" (Janet Maslin, The New York Times)-from the bestselling author of In the Woods and The Likeness. Tana French's In the Woods and The Likeness captivated readers by introducing them to her unique, character-driven style. Her singular skill at creating richly drawn, complex worlds makes her novels not mere whodunits but brilliant and satisfying novels about memory, identity, loss, and what defines us as humans. With Faithful Place, the highly praised third novel about the Dublin Murder squad, French takes readers into the mind of Frank Mackey, the hotheaded mastermind of The Likeness, as he wrestles with his own past and the family, the lover, and the neighborhood he thought he'd left behind for good.Tana French's newest novel,The Secret Place, will be published by Viking on September 2nd, 2014.
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rachelm
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🥳🥳🥳surpassed my biggest goal ever and am on a French reread kick

library.dreamer Nice! 1mo
Monica5 Wow! That's great! 1mo
MyNamesParadise Oh I love Tana French!! 1mo
rachelm @MyNamesParadise same! I‘m loving the reread experience since it‘s been years 1mo
Ruthiella Well done! 👏👏👏 1mo
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MelKelsey
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Mehso-so

Book 119

Faithful Place is a detective mystery about an 18-year-old female who goes missing on the night she's planning to run away with her boyfriend. Years later her body is found and her murderer has to be found. It was a little longer than necessary and slightly dry. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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erzascarletbookgasm
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#AlphabetGame #letterF

Some of you may know I am a big fan of Tana French and the Dublin Murder Squad series. Many have citied ‘The Likeness‘ and ‘Broken Harbour‘ as their favourites but mine is the tagged book. Gripping, well written, great dialogues, bleak and utterly realistic, and gives a good look at life in modern Ireland. And Frank Mackey is by far the most interesting character in the Murder Squad. 👌

bookandbedandtea I agree! I haven't read all her books yet but this is definitely my favorite. 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing!! 4mo
BiblioLitten I haven‘t read French yet and I have always wanted to. I think I‘ll start with this one then📚 4mo
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britt_brooke
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Frank and Rosie were set to run away together, but she never showed, leaving him behind for a new life. Now, two decades later, a long-forgotten suitcase turns up. That‘s all I can give you. No one does a slow burn quite like Tana French!

Cinfhen Hmmmmm, I‘m intrigued but I didn‘t enjoy the first book I read by this author. Is this a standalone??? 4mo
Cinfhen I just read the blurb and see it‘s book 3 ☹️ 4mo
Amiable I‘ve loved everything I‘ve read by Tana French! 4mo
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KathyWheeler @Cinfhen With French, it‘s okay if you read the books out of publication order. They aren‘t really related. What she does is take a character who may have been minor in one book and make them the major character in another. But they are all part of the Dublin Murder Squad. 4mo
britt_brooke @Amiable Me, too! 4mo
britt_brooke @KathyWheeler Thank you! Well put. @Cinfhen What Kathy said is true. And the only book that‘s not Dublin Murder Squad is 4mo
Maria514626 This series is so good. I don‘t usually like The Dublin Murder Squad-type genre. She‘s such a good writer. I couldn‘t help but be sucked in. 4mo
britt_brooke @Maria514626 Same here! She‘s incredible at making you feel like you‘re part of the story. 4mo
MyNamesParadise Omg this is my favorite Tana French book (out of the first four of the Dublin Murder Squad series). I have all of her books though lol! That reminds me, I need to get Faithful Place back from my sister who is probably never going to read it… 4mo
Cinfhen Thanks @KathyWheeler and Britt 💚I‘ll keep my eyes 👀 open for it 4mo
britt_brooke @MyNamesParadise SO good!! And, lol, about getting your book back. 😂 4mo
britt_brooke @Cinfhen 🤗🤗 4mo
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britt_brooke
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Another scorching #audiowalk! I kind of love it, though. 🎧👟

vivastory My kingdom for a new Dublin Murder Squad novel 5mo
britt_brooke @vivastory I‘m so happy I‘m only on book 3. No one writes a slow burn like Tana French! 5mo
KathyWheeler This one is my favorite French book. 5mo
britt_brooke @KathyWheeler I‘m almost finished and it‘s fantastic! 5mo
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britt_brooke
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Sunday morning #audiopuzzling 🎧🧩

JamieArc Pretty puzzle 😍 5mo
ICantImReading What a cool puzzle! I think Faithful Place might be my favorite of the Dublin Murder Squad books 😊 5mo
MatchlessMarie What a great puzzle 👀 5mo
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quietjenn Love the puzzle! 5mo
BiblioLitten Lovely puzzle 5mo
britt_brooke @ICantImReading I‘m really enjoying it so far. No one does a slow burn like Tana French! 5mo
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bookandbedandtea
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If anyone isn't sure how generational trauma works this book explains it well. Francis was aware from a young age that getting away from his family was essential and he succeeded, ultimately becoming a cop. But his GF who was supposed to go with him never showed and he's never gotten over it. 22 years later her suitcase and then her remains turn up in a derelict building & Frank is reluctantly drawn back into his family (and neighborhood) drama.

bookandbedandtea This was beautifully written but it's also difficult at times. Frank is desperate to keep himself and his daughter from the brutality and toxicity with which we was raised but he also doesn't hesitate to be brutal himself in his search for answers. 7mo
Itchyfeetreader Super interesting perspective on this one. I remember it making me so sad and frustrated.You have explained why in words I didn‘t have 7mo
bookandbedandtea @Itchyfeetreader It made me sad too. And angry with Frank sometimes. I wanted him to act differently, esp as he was self aware, but, within the confines of his experience, I felt his behavior was consistent. 7mo
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MeganLindell
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ • Wish it was 100 pages shorter but still enjoyed.

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Hazel2019
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Faithful Place…This one got under my skin. Almost quit halfway through because I didn‘t want to know what happened. No matter what, it wasn‘t going to be ok…but what a great story ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

On to The Likeness.

bookwrm526 This one is my favorite of the series, for that exact reason!! 11mo
LKK526 Loved The Searcher 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I sent you a little something! I hope it makes it there safely! 11mo
Hazel2019 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks aww thank you. Looking forward to seeing what it is ☺️ 11mo
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Hazel2019
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So here‘s my first 2022 goal - read the remaining Tana French books!! 📚

I have all of them on my shelves but have only read 4, reading the fifth one one - Faithful Place.

Here‘s to Tana French January 2022! 🥂 🎊 😁

Cathythoughts Nice one 👍 The Witch Elm was my favourite 11mo
Cortg Fun! I know she‘s a popular author but I‘ve never read any of her books. I‘ll have to pick one up! 11mo
Hazel2019 @Cathythoughts so far it‘s my favorite as well! 11mo
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Hazel2019 @cortg definitely do. Get ready for a slow burn though 😁 11mo
TheatreSpaz That is one of my favorite series. Whenever I start a new one I'm immediately engrossed. 11mo
Susanita You‘re in for a treat! 11mo
DHill I‘m reading Broken Harbor now. Love Tana French and this series! 11mo
ICantImReading You have all of my favorites of hers left! 😍 11mo
Cortg @Hazel2019 My favorite kind of books! 11mo
Ruthiella I love Tana French too! I still need to read 11mo
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Coleen
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I‘m really getting sucked into this series. Holy dysfunctional family! in this one, but it seemed realistic and was engrossing. I‘m a little sad that there were no references to characters in previous books, but still a good story and mystery.

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Bookwormjillk
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This was my favorite of the series so far. The characters were so flawed but you could relate to them. #ReadWithUs #scarathlon #TeamSlaughter #OutstandingOctober book 5/5 #BookspinBingo #LittenListen #SpookoweenReadathon #Wickedathon

TheSpineView Awesome 13mo
DieAReader 🎉🎉🎉 13mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 13mo
Andrew65 Sounds great 👏👏👏 13mo
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Ksvz
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Mehso-so

May 2021 - murder mystery Dublin murders book 3 - figured out who did it in the first chapter but well done - characters are so human

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BooksCoffeeNurse
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Currently reading... 📚❤️❤️❤️

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bekakins
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Tana French is fast becoming one of my favourite authors... another great sport in the Dublin Murder Squad series... I enjoy how the narrator is someone different each time, so you slowly start to get a richer picture of Dublin life in each book 😁

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My favorite book of the Dublin murder squad series. Frank Mackey returns home to his dysfunctional family after a shocking discovery. The plot line of this story is incredible. Just when you think you have it all figured out, you realize you do not. French does a wonderful job building the characters and pulls you right into their lives. I'm excited to check out the next book in this great series.

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andrew61
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Best of the Dublin murder squad so far in this story of Frank mackey having to come to terms with revisiting his highly dysfunctional family after 22 years estrangement. The reason he returns draws out ghosts from his first love and historic family conflicts . Frank is a troubled character and the story is brilliantly told. I loved the intricacies of the plot, the family dynamics but especially frank who is unreliable and a great character equally

mom2bugnbee I agree - this was my favorite of the ones I've read so far as well. 2y
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1985-Frank Mackey was a nineteen-year-old kid with a dream of escaping hisi family's cramped flat on Faithful Place and running away to London with his girl, Rosie Daly. But on that night Rosie didn't show. He thought she'd dumped him. 22 years later, Rosie's suitcase shows up behind a fireplace in a derelict house on Faithful Place-Detective Mackey is on his way. #Ocomeallyefaithful #decembersong

suvata Tana French is the bomb. 💥 I love her writing and I‘ve read all of her books. (edited) 2y
Eggs I agree!! 🙌🏻🙌🏻 @suvata (edited) 2y
erzascarletbookgasm My favourite of the Dublin Murder Squad series! 👍 2y
eanderson Loved this book! 2y
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Jas16
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The third book in the series and my favorite so far. I love getting books about characters we have met before and already have preconceived notions about. I instantly forgot about how little I cared for Frank in the previous book and was riveted to the story of him being forced to face his past including his family and what happened with his first love.

erzascarletbookgasm This is my favourite of the Dublin Murder Squad. Frank makes a brief appearance in a later book. 2y
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brandierickson
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I love the way this author writes. The mystery plots are always good, but they are also always secondary to the setting and the characters. It‘s a relief to see them resolve, but reading about how the characters behave along the way is the real draw.

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JackOBotts
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Such a fan of the Dublin Murder Squad and Tana French‘s approach to the series. While these can be enjoyed as stand alone reads, I‘ve enjoyed keeping pace with the squad as the series develops...the little insights to the next book‘s “lead” from the current. This novel added depth to Frank Mackey that I didn‘t expect while reading The Likeness.

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vlwelser
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The thing I like best about this series is that the lead character is always someone new. And they are super involved in the story instead of just trying to figure it out from the outside. This is the third and they, by no means, need to be read in order. In this, Frank is called home when some builders find an old suitcase. He has thought for 20 years that his girlfriend took off on him and went to England alone. But what if she never made it?

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EadieB
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Day 18 - #Faithful #ReallyRandomFebruary
#FaithfulPlace #TanaFrench

Read and enjoyed this one!

JackOBotts I like how she‘s built the series with a secondary character becoming the focus of the subsequent novel. 3y
EadieB @JackOBotts I like that too! 3y
OriginalCyn620 Sounds good! 3y
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CaroPi I will read the first book of this series next month.... I only listen good things 3y
Panic70 I read this one first not realizing it was a series. However they‘re all stand alone, so if anyone else is interested you can start anywhere. This one was my favorite though. 3y
EadieB @Panic70 Yes, they can be considered stand-alones too! 3y
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erdixon
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First book of the year recommended by my local bookstore!

KimmyM My favourite by Tana French! 3y
elaine.m I love this one! If you haven‘t, her book the Likeness is also great 3y
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djlewis78
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Decent read in the Dublin Murder Series - I enjoyed Mackey as the main character but much like her previous book in this series, the plot needs to move a bit quicker.

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crhealey
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One week, two Tana French mysteries. #happybreak

SamAnne I'm planning to start Faithful Place this coming week! I've read Wych Elm and her first two. Ready for another leisurely crime novel set in Ireland.
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janeycanuck
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Everyone raves about the Dublin Murder Squad series - and more often than not, people say The Likeness is the best one. And it was very, very good. But I enjoyed this one more. Can‘t put my finger on why but it just sucked me in. Her writing is so excellent and man, can she ever weave a compelling tale.

KimmyM This is my favourite one in the series! 3y
erzascarletbookgasm I am happy to come across Littens who love French and like this book more than The Likeness! 🙌 @KimmyM @janeycanuck 3y
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Marni
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The problem with reading a book in a series as part of a reading challenge is that you then want to read the rest of the series whether they fit prompts or not. #3 was another great part of this series. I love how she takes a different member of the squad with each book, so they‘re related but also can stand alone.
#read2019

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rachelm
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Ten more papers to grade today, but taking a break for an #audiowalk with Frank Mackey.

I discovered French this summer and have chewed through five books already 😱what will I do when I‘ve caught up with the last few?? #morebooksplease

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Eggs
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kspenmoll Beautiful 3y
Cathythoughts Nice one !! Great book 3y
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vivastory
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Out of all of the detectives in the Dublin Murder Squad, I think that Frank Mackey is the one with the strongest appetite for #chippytea And in case you are wondering, yes that is my DMS t-shirt.
#RedRoseSeptember
@arlenefinnigan @Cinfhen

erinreads Amazing shirt! 3y
Bookish.SAM I never would have thought there was such a shirt... love it! 3y
Cinfhen 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 3y
arlenefinnigan The Irish love a chippy tea even more than we do in Lancashire 😉 3y
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Christyco125
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Good filler for when I‘m on hold for Louise Penny novels. I like how the link between books are side characters from previous novels.
#2019christyread #series

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Molly_the_mezzo
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I really enjoy the way Tana French takes a minor character from the previous book in the series and turns them into a major character in the next book, so they feel familiar but also new. This book explores how family can be toxic and whether those connections are worth maintaining, and what we owe to people based solely on blood relations.

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EmilyM
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Another great mystery by Tana French! I love that her mysteries have such development of characters--they are not at all only plot driven.
⭐⭐⭐⭐/5

lorannen If you haven't taken on The Witch Elm yet, it's worth a go! The first act is a bit slow, but the payoff later on is very good. 3y
EmilyM @lorannen I definitely plan on reading that one! 3y
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ladyneverwhere
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@Jerdencon @Shakespearience @RavenLovelyReads These are the books I was thinking of for #lmpbc. If anyone has preferences let me know, otherwise I'll choose one at random 😊.

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bibliobard I haven‘t read Their Eyes Were Watching God since high school and have always wanted to read again...otherwise Future Home sounds intriguing 🤔 But also cue the usual “I am game for whatever” 3y
RavenLovelyReads Their eyes were watching God- but I‘ll read anything:) 3y
Jerdencon I've read Tana French and their eyes were watching God (both really good) - I'm up for anything too! 3y
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BookaholicNatty
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#8 in the Modern Mrs Darcy Must Read mystery list! The 3rd book in the Dublin Murder Squad Series which follow detective Frank Mackey. When Frank tries to run away with his girl Rosie, she never shows up the night they are supposed to leave. He never went home but neither did Rosie and 22 years later her suitcase is found behind a fireplace in an abandoned house where it all began. Frank does on an unauthorized investigation! Sounds really good!

TNbookworm I really liked this book! 3y
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EllieDottie
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My April wrap up! Only three to go along with my reading slump of a year! But in the plus side I loved these!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Hey!!! Where are you?! ❤️ 3y
EllieDottie Hi!!! I‘ve had a rough year and reading (and relating activities 😉) fell off for me! But I‘m feeling much better! I‘m ready to be back!! Your cards and support through the year meant so much to me! Every time I opened a card it made me smile and lifted my heart ❤️ 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @EllieDottie yay!! I‘m happy you are feeling better and that you are back! I would have you more if I had known ❤️❤️ 3y
EllieDottie @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I know you would have!! The love here is amazing! 🤗 🤗 🤗 3y
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erzascarletbookgasm
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This third book in the Dublin Murder Squad series is deep in local history and is probably my favourite so far. The narrative is riveting, the atmosphere of the place is vividly described and the complex and richly drawn characters are believable. French‘s writing style is slow burn, and the other thing I like about her novels are not merely solving of the crime but they‘re character driven; 👇

erzascarletbookgasm ..(cont.) she tells stories that examine themes like memories, poverty, desperation, sacrifice, jealousy, love, ..what it means to be human. 4y
Eggs 💗Tana💗 4y
Theaelizabet Agree! 4y
batsy Everything you mention here is what I enjoy about well-written crime fiction 😍 Litsy has made it clear I should check her out 😁 4y
tammysue ❤️ 4y
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erzascarletbookgasm
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Serendipity. And look how books make us go away and learn more. I posted a pic of GoT limited edition malt whiskey yesterday and today I started on the tagged book, where the setting is in The Liberties, Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse, the home of Guinness is situated nearby. I took some time reading up on the historical parts of this centuries old neighbourhood and some places of interest nearby..Dublin Castle, Trinity College, Dún Laoghaire. ?

erzascarletbookgasm These places are so so #sofaraway from me but I hope to be able to visit the city (and many others in the UK!) someday. 🤞 #anglophileapril 4y
Cathythoughts I hope so Jessie... we will have a pint of Guinness together 👍🏻♥️ 4y
Cathythoughts I‘m looking forward to this book too. I‘ve The first 2 read now ... 4y
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batsy Love it! My dream places to visit. Hope we both get there someday 😁🤞🏽 4y
erzascarletbookgasm I hope so too, Cathy. A pint or two or a cuppa...would be lovely to meet you in person if I‘m visiting that part of the world 😘 @Cathythoughts 4y
erzascarletbookgasm Oh, @batsy that would be our dreams come true..😍 4y
emilyhaldi Love book serendipities 💖 4y
Reviewsbylola Amazing! 4y
Leftcoastzen Highly recommend the Guinness tour !And Trinity,wow .Loved everything I saw /did/ drank in Dublin. 4y
Mdargusch I loved the Guinness tour and Dublin. So nice to see these different photos. 4y
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Cathythoughts
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I really enjoyed reading my 3d Tana French. She writes real characters- Frank Mackey- ( undercover cop ) .... in real situations, the Liberties, Dublin. She really nails this time & place.
She probably does draw it out a bit , but I guess that‘s her style & I like her.
She‘s left me pondering over this story & The People & the relationships in it.

TrishB Good review👍🏻 I‘m not a big fan though! 4y
Cathythoughts @TrishB thanks Trish 👍🏻. I know she‘s not your cup of tea. 😉 4y
erzascarletbookgasm Nice! ❣️ 4y
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Cathythoughts @erzascarletbookgasm thanks Jessie ♥️ 4y
TrishB I think I gave her 3 books when my normal is 2! Sometimes it just doesn‘t click 🤷‍♀️ 4y
Cathythoughts @TrishB absolutely 🤷🏻‍♀️... 3 was more than fair !!! 4y
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Oh I think this is my favorite Tana French so far .... loving our undercover detective... excellent stuff ♥️👍🏻
... “ if you want Undercover, and I always did , you learn to hunt the way big cats do .... “ love 😍this writing

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Cathythoughts
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I‘m re- phrasing this to :

....” I have a camel-type approach to buying books. I stock up when I get the chance , but ( so !! ) So , I can go without for a long time if something else needs doing . 💕💕💕

Cathythoughts That‘s how I plan it ... when the tide is in , we get the books stocked up 👍🏻♥️ 4y
Tanisha_A Best plan! 👌📚 4y
Cathythoughts @Tanisha_A yes ! One wouldn‘t want to run out 😬😊 4y
LeahBergen Me, too! 4y
Cathythoughts @LeahBergen ♥️👍🏻 4y
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Cathythoughts
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and on to the 3d book in the series... needed some comfort reading ... Tana French is my girl 👍🏻💙

Eggs Mine too 🤓 4y
Cathythoughts @Eggs love her , I feel when reading her that I‘ve read this before ( she is that familiar & comforting to me ... ) I have to confess , not perfect , she can go on a bit .... but I don‘t care ! The whole book/picture is worth it ♥️👍🏻 4y
erzascarletbookgasm Ooo, enjoy! This is next, next, next on my list to read. 😂 4y
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Cathythoughts @erzascarletbookgasm I wouldn‘t even be reading her now , only for you & female detective #Booked2019 .... Litsy does a lot of good ... ♥️👍🏻 4y
SamAnne When I want to escape to the Dublin area countryside I pick her up. I‘ve read three of hers. Trespassers is next. 4y
Eggs @Cathythoughts Then I'm sure you'll enjoy The Trespasser-DG Antoinette Conway-she's clever and strong 4y
Cathythoughts @SamAnne yes I‘m on my third - Trespassers next for me too ♥️👍🏻 4y
eanderson Great book! Enjoy!!! 4y
Cathythoughts @Eggs I have them all lined up on my kindle ... ♥️👍🏻The Trespasser sounds great 👍🏻& then we have 4y
Cathythoughts @eanderson oh thanks ♥️👍🏻 4y
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Kristy_K
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So my favorite series is Harry Potter but I feel I post about that too much, so I‘ll go with another one of my favorite series for the #hour30 challenge (a little late but I had needed sleep lol).

#24in48 #readathon #mystery

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Redjewel_7734
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This is my favorite of the Dublin Murder Squad series yet. I think for me the appeal is that it goes further than the others beyond the procedural to the personal. In this story, the murder mystery is much closer to the lead character of the story, and as Mackey works to find out the real fate of his first love years after she didn‘t show up to their midnight rendezvous we learn along with him the real power of the ties that bind.

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Laughterhp
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Mehso-so

Finally was able to finish this book. I found the middle really boring. Had to put it down for a bit. The mystery part was intriguing and that‘s why it gets a so-so instead of a pan. My least favorite Tana French book so far.

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Laughterhp
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Enjoying my hot chocolate and trying to finish this book, only 85 pages left.

Needed the hot cocoa to keep me warm, as it‘s so cold in the house with no heat. When it was 80 degrees last week and 50 this week. 🌫🌬💨

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Libby1
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I‘ve had a challenging week this week. BUT, I didn‘t binge on ice cream, I bought books. ??‍♀️

Please be the enablers I know you all are and tell me I did a good job. ?

And I got all these for Qa.

Go me.

kspenmoll Book binge is the best kind of binge. Very healthy! 4y
rockpools Much healthier! And getting all of those for Qa is definitely a job well done ? Hope your weekend's better! 4y
TrishB I feel a binge coming on! You did excellently 👍🏻 4y
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erzascarletbookgasm You did great 🙂 4y
Velvetfur Wow all that for only £2?! That's amazing, well done you! Great haul, that 👍 4y
JennyM I fully support this binge! 4y
Lcsmcat 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4y
Lynnsoprano Of course you did well. You did better than well👍 4y
Slajaunie Well done! Book buying is therapeutic! Always buy books for your health is my advice. 4y
Johanna414 You win- I binged on books, but also on cookies... 4y
emmaturi I have read Force of Nature and Closed Casket, both good 4y
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Laughterhp
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I have 150 pages left, but I am so bored by this one. I feel like I shouldn‘t bail after reading 250 pages!!

Has anyone read this? Is it worth reading until the end?!

Linsy I don‘t know, but I do know that it‘s okay to bail! I‘ve recently been teaching myself that lesson. 4y
robinb I just finished one that I almost bailed on twice...then wished I had. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Still working on the giving up thing... 4y
Laughterhp @Linsy @robinb I know! And I‘m usually pretty good at bailing, but I‘ve read so much of this book so far!! I feel like I can‘t bail when I‘m more than halfway through! 4y
robinb @Laughterhp the struggle is real! 🤣 4y
Linsy @Laughterhp I understand. I‘m with you sister! 4y
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