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The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

After reading this masterful thriller, it’s hard for me to believe I ever assigned a Ruth Ware book to my DNF pile. The Turn of the Key is nothing less than an exhilarating mystery wrapped up in a unique form of storytelling I don’t believe I’ve ever seen done exactly like this before. The characters are well…

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The New Neighbor by Karen Cleveland (ARC Review)

With a thrilling plot and a compelling cast of characters, The New Neighbor earns an easy five stars from me. What is it that I love so much about it? Um, everything, I think, but let’s get a little more specific. The writing is wonderful, not fanciful. The language isn’t showy and over the top. It is…

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Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie

With a large cast of fascinating characters and an equally intriguing plot to match, Death on the Nile is the perfect mystery. I am a longtime fan of Agatha Christie, particularly her Hercule Poirot series, and she truly outdid herself with this one. It is a rare moment as of late that I enjoy all the female…

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Dark Objects by Simon Toyne (ARC Review)

Thank you, NetGalley, for providing an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I’m about to do something I really don’t like to do: give a book one star. Unfortunately, I felt really backed into a corner on this one, and I just ended up having a pretty poor reading experience. As…

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