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LazyLibrary
First Lie Wins: A Novel | Ashley Elston
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I really enjoyed this one! Thrillers can tend to become repetitive, but I enjoyed the cat and mouse aspect of this one. I certainly didn‘t know who to trust! But not embarrassed to admit I didn‘t quite understand the very ending 😅 I think I get it, but whatever! I recommend!

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Allthebookclubs
The Wrong Family | Tarryn Fisher
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The beginning wasn‘t very climactic,unless you count the homeless woman secretly living in a closet then crawl space and who used to be a therapist but went to prison for crossing too many lines with her patients and who was now stalking the random family whose house she was squatting in.Several storylines going on at once and all were jacked up. An ok read,but the author was sometimes crass and it didn‘t flow or add anything to it. Book #17in2024

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InkedBookworm13
Sometimes I Lie | Alice Feeney
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#BookBracket2024 Here is my pick for February. I loved Sometimes I Lie. I could not put it down and was so invested in what happened to Amber. Once I got to the end, I went back through the book to reread certain parts with the new info. I know I love a book when I check out reddit for other readers opinions and to help answer any questions or things I didn't understand.

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Amandakay
Breathless | Amy McCulloch
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Boring at times- I enjoyed the parts about mountaineering.

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CloakNQuill
Only One Left | Riley Sager
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Been in such a slump but Sager helped as always for me.
@TheAromaofBooks #bookspinbingo

28 Feb - Only One Left - 4.75 ⭐
8 Feb - FREE - Devil & the Dark Water - 4⭐
8 Feb - Audio - Starling House - 2.75⭐

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 5h
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EmilieGR
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A tentative thumbs up. I don‘t think Brontë would approve. The characters are very different from their models, but some of the story elements align. Once divorced from the source material in my mind, I was able to enjoy this book a lot more.

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suvata
The Good Daughter: A Novel | Karin Slaughter
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• 528 pages • first pub 2017 • fiction • mystery • thriller • Southern • dark • emotional • 4.5 Stars

Twenty-eight years ago, Charlotte and Samantha Quinn's happy small-town family life was torn apart by a terrifying attack on their family home. It left their mother dead. It left their father—Pikeville's notorious defense attorney—devastated. And it left the family fractured beyond repair, consumed by secrets from that terrible night. ⬇️

suvata The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter is a good fit for those seeking a gripping and emotionally charged mystery that explores the complexities of family dynamics, trauma, and the pursuit of justice.

#TheGoodDaughter #KarinSlaughter #Bookstagram
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BarkingMadRead
The Ice Limit | Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
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I haven‘t been posting my finished books! Epic fail! POP: published 24 years ago 📚 #52bookclub24 part of a duology 📚 #readordonate READ!!! 📚#readaway2024 #mounttbr

Andrew65 Well done on posting this 😂 🎉🎉🎉 6h
julieclair Read AND Posted. Woo hoo!!! 4h
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Bookworm54
Written in the Blood | Stephen Lloyd Jones
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I really enjoyed the first book in this series, so looking forward to finally getting around to book 2!

#Roll100

PuddleJumper 🎉🎉 18h
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RamsFan1963
Domain | Steve Alten
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I am posting one book per day from my extensive, and ever growing, TBR shelves. Some are old and some are new, some were gifts and some I don't remember why I bought them.
Day 58
#ABookADay2024