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JackOBotts
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My #WeekendReading will consist of Kate Winkler Dawson‘s narrative nonfiction about London‘s 5 days of deathly smog…and murder. She is a fantastic storyteller…fans of Erik Larson & true crime would enjoy. She also hosts a podcast, Tenfold More Wicked. This is my January #bookspin pick. 👍🏼

Andrew65 Looks good, enjoy. 1h
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Eeny Meeny | M. J. Arlidge
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The first book in a series featuring the badass DI Helen Grace. She is hunting a killer with a very novel MO. I am really enjoying this one and looking forward to making my way through the series.

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Brewychock48
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Panpan

This book was a fast read,but that is all I liked about it. Only giving it a 3 ⭐ rating.
The characters were self absorbed,not very smart and just annoying.

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Two Can Keep a Secret | Karen M. Mcmanus

“It‘s safest to keep your secrets to yourself”

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Two Can Keep a Secret | Karen M. Mcmanus
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I just started reading this book but so far I really like it! I can kinda relate to something in this book so far, these two teens moved to a different place from there home town and this summer I did that. I was really shocked when they first saw a dead body on the road on there way to there new home. I really enjoy this book so far it has a lot of surprises to keep you reading!!

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Violetsunrise84
Darkly Dreaming Dexter | Jeff Lindsay

Still reading. After watching that Dexter finale it‘s nice read a story that makes me smile. #dexter #darklydreamingdexter #jefflindsay

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L2_D2
After Midnight | Richard Laymon
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Mehso-so

Alice has quite a story to tell. That's not her real name. She couldn't give you her real name, not after the things she reveals about herself in this book. All of her adventures and the killing. She wouldn't want the police to find her, now would she?
First Laymom novel & color me intrigued over impressed on this one. It's long w/ dragging spots but had me wanting to see how it all would end up. I'd still read another Laymon so we'll see. 2.5/5

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Pogue
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Pickpick

Tbh I wish I had read this before reading The Five. This book was well written and well researched. Parts of it made me very angry it was not the book. It was the Attitudes of the the people. How racist, classists and just uggg.

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Cheshirecat913
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Pickpick

This is my 2nd book by Larson and I will completely read anything by him. His ability to write a compelling narrative laced with well researched history is magnificent.

I would have loved to seen the Chicago World Fair. It sounded like such a visual feast. I quite enjoyed reading about how it came about. The other side of the story, was chilling to know a man like Holmes stalked the world.