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LeslieO
Ghost Riders | Sharyn McCrumb
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I may or may not have used this photo for a past prompt, but it fits this one, too. #ghost #ominousoctober

Eggs Brilliant 👻👏🏻📖 1d
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johncadams
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Pickpick
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KathyWheeler
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Mehso-so

Apparently I read this four years ago according to Goodreads. I only remember the plot from the past (a long ago murder is part of the book), so I assumed I‘d read a similar plot in another book. I remember none of the many characters and nothing that happened in the present.

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OutsmartYourShelf
Corpse Candle | Paul Doherty
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Day 3 word for #OminousOctober is Candles

Corpse Candle - lights resembling candles which were said to appear on the old 'corpse roads' (old burial routes in England) & were harbingers of impending death.

This book is from the Hugh Corbett series by Paul Doherty set in the 14th century. It's a brilliant series if you like historical mysteries.

#TeamSlaughter #Scarathlon2022
@clwojick @alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @eggs

Eggs Fascinating 🕯🧡💀 2d
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bookish_wookish
Book Clubbed | Lorna Barrett
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October BOTM picks are live!!!

So many choices!

What is everyone thinking?!

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Yuki_Onna
The Mask of Ra | P. C. Doherty
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1. Yes! Set in Ancient Egypt or Ancient Greece especially.
2. Doherty wrote a few nice Ancient Egyptian mysteries.

#Two4Tuesday #ancientEgypt #ancientGreece #mystery
@TheSpineView

Checking in from #SuperSeptember #Readathon hosted by @Andrew65 as well.
I read 23 hours in total, finished two and a half books (The Jew's Beech Tree; Nanny Needed & the last half of Where the Crawdads Sing)
For me, that's awesome! 😊
Thank you for hosting, Andrew! 🥳

TheSpineView Love Egypt and storied about their ancient culture! Thanks for playing 1w
Andrew65 Great, thanks for playing along 👏👏👏🙌🥳🍾🥂 1w
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Libby1
Book Clubbed | Lorna Barrett
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Hello!

I work at my local Waterstones book shop and have the great joy of running our Book Club.

In November our club wants to read a funny book and I‘m at a loss as to what to recommend. I give them a choice of three different books and the group votes for the book.

The books can‘t be too long and preferably not part of a series (unless it‘s maybe the first book?).

I would really appreciate your recommendations in the comments! ❤️

Susanita Perhaps this is a bit cliche, but it had me laughing so much on the subway that folks were looking at me funny. 1w
shortsarahrose It‘s short and considered a classic 1w
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jlhammar This Irish family memoir was fantastic and hilarious 1w
rwmg The books that most recently had me litwrally laughing out loud were 1w
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HeatherBlue
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Just got back from a fabulous girls‘ trip celebrating my and my best friend‘s birthdays! The best part of traveling with fellow readers: reading time built in during the day is understood 😆

Ddzmini Happy birthday 🎊🎉🎂🎁🎈🥳📖 2w
HeatherBlue @Ddzmini thank you! ❤️ Turning 35 on Tuesday 2w
Ddzmini That‘s a great age 🤗 2w
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CourtSmall
Death of a Hollow Man | Caroline Graham
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Pickpick

Book 139/2022. Finished 5/7/22. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Skeeterisme
A Treacherous Curse | Deanna Raybourn
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Pickpick

Delightful as always