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staci.reads
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I've been hearing about this series and this author for awhile now. I don't read many mysteries, so I was hesitant, but this was was as much a study of a community and its residents as it was mystery. The author made the setting come alive, and there were lots of interesting characters. I can see why people get hooked. I will definitely read more of this series.

CogsOfEncouragement After being on my tbr for a couple years, I read this in the autumn of 2020 and loved it. I‘ve continued with the series, making sure to read each book at the corresponding season it is set. I just started #8 The Beautiful Mystery last night which is set in early autumn. Consistently good, and available from my library. 5d
JamieArc I think you pinpointed why so many of us love this series : for the characters and community. When people ask about this series, I always say not to read it for the mystery, but the characters. And as you read, they continue to become complex people and grow on you. 5d
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papascott33
The Weekend Away | Sarah Alderson
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About to start!! #8 of 2022 (Since 7/9/22) Date Started: 9/14/22
Date Finished: 9/22/22
9 Days

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Lizwarnerpdx
A Time to Die | Wilbur Smith
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Book #8 in the Courtney family series. I was unable to get a digital copy of this anywhere & due to hand issues am not able to hold paperbacks…so instead of reading the whole book I read the plot on Wikipedia. I wish I could‘ve read the entire thing as it sounds interesting.

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kricheal
It's In His Kiss | Julia Quinn
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kricheal
When He Was Wicked | Julia Quinn
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This might be my favorite #Bridgertons so far. I might say that after every book though. I think it'll stick this time, Francesca is such a mysterious sibling up until this book. Love this trope though, #ForbiddenLove. #WorkingMyWayThroughTheBridgertons #6 of #8

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BookishMadHatter
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Working on baby blanket #2 and DCI Kett #8

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vonnie862
The Hobbit | J.R.R. Tolkien
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This was a re-read for me but I decided to listen to it for our road trip to Colorado. I still had fun listening to it. I loved the dwarves and I loved Bilbo's growth. What I loved best was listening to how the narrator interpreted the songs. But I must admit that there were many parts that I found myself drifting off.
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#BookSpinBingo #8 #doublespin
@TheAromaofBooks
#BigJuneReadathon @Clwojick

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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CoffeeNBooks
Untitled | Unknown
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#BookReport

Finished Reading:
📚 Spouse on Haunted Hill (Haunted Guesthouse series book #8)
📚 The Flight Attendant #AuthorAMonth
📚 Ten Big Ones

Currently Reading:
📚 Monster She Wrote
📚 The Rosie Effect
📚 Regrets Only #BookSpin

@Cinfhen

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💜💜💜 3mo
Cinfhen Great week 💗 3mo
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CoffeeNBooks
Spouse on Haunted Hill | E.J. Copperman
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In book #8 of the Haunted Guesthouse series, Alison has to help her ex-husband Steven with some trouble he's gotten himself into due to shady business dealings. Alison has to investigate several people who may be involved, which concludes with a large dinner party that goes awry.

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EadieB
Bingo! | Rosemary Wells
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#June2022

These are the books I‘ll be reading for June 2022.

#8 Plauge Maiden is my #Doublespin

#9 Dead Letters is my #BookSpin

Clwojick Girl Waits With a Gun, and The House in the Cerulean Sea we‘re both great! Hope you enjoy them. 4mo
EadieB @Clwojick Thanks! Looking forward to reading them! 4mo
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