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ElizaMarie
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See :(

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ElizaMarie
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I‘m trying to read this but it gets a little hard to get into because a lot of the dialogue is in this broken English slang (which has always bugged me) —- and the pup wants attention

Stacypatrice I would have to surrender to this face 🐶💛 17h
ElizaMarie @Stacypatrice yeah... him and my other baby usually win 3h
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MicheleinPhilly
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Had to purge that nastiness from my soul so paid a visit to my favorite bookshop. #bookhaul

MicheleinPhilly Have you read the tagged book @Reviewsbylola? 6d
Reviewsbylola No, but it‘s been on my radar. Stacking so I don‘t forget about it! 6d
vivastory I loved the tagged book 6d
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emilyhaldi Sweet!! Looks like we had similar Saturday mornings 😉 6d
Megabooks I‘d love to go book shopping with you! You have such great hauls. I‘m definitely texting if I‘m anywhere near Philly!! 👍🏻📚 6d
Ashley_Nicoletto Good choices! I need to pick up In the Dreamhouse immediately. 6d
Tamra Hahaha, I like how you phrased it. It‘s sort of an exorcism, I agree. 6d
MicheleinPhilly @Megabooks I will bankrupt you, Meg. ☺️ 6d
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JenReadsAlot
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Another great book by John Douglas. His book Mindhunter played a role in my going into Forensic Psychology.
#nfnov
@Clwojick @rsteve388

rsteve388 6pts 6d
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ElizaMarie
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So I‘m doing a contract in Houston right now (why I picked this true crime story to read) and wow. The chapter called “Murdertown” taking about the growth and corruption of Houston is intense! A bit scary too 😬

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Dempsey
Hell's Princess | Harold Schechter
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I found this book fascinating and frustrating at the same time. I was mainly frustrated because it really goes in depth as to how the American judicial system worked in the early 1900‘s. I was APPALLED. Say what you will about it now, but it‘s 1000% better than back then.

CoverToCoverGirl Great review! 1w
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Auntynanny
I Hunt Killers | Barry Lyga
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This book was exciting and fast-paced. Barry Lyga is one of my favourite authors.

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kylienoele
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Working on this one! Fun fact: my childhood home is in Starke, FL. We lived only 2 miles from Florida State Prison 😅

FlowerFairy I work in Gainesville and have driven past the prison in Starke uncountable times. I remember all when he was executed there. 1w
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pigeonsandcrows
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It's been a long time since a book creeped me out enough to keep me up at night... and it's nonfiction! Yikes! Thankfully distant history. I have been interested in some of the cases discussed in here for a long time, and I couldn't put this down. I am also extremely impressed with the amount of research that the authors put into this, and their emphasis on understanding the impact of time and place on the crimes and investigations.

ljuliel I really liked this one, and liked how the author almost talks directly to the reader in parts. It was different, but very good. I‘ve read books on Villisca , and I think one of them mentioned there‘d been a few other axe killings around the same time frame. 1w
pigeonsandcrows @ljuliel The one by Troy Taylor, Murdered in Their Beds, talked about a lot of the “subsection“ murders that the Jameses discuss, but the addition of all the other cases they uncovered in their research was so impressive to me. I got interested in Villisca a while back, and kept thinking it had to be a stranger and he couldn't have only done something like this once. So I have been excited to see more books that connect the dots! 1w
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ElizaMarie
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Yay Texas :)