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This week brought a mixture of hot days and rainy ones. The rainy ones were a treat, but one night seemed kind of stormy…and I hoped the power wouldn’t go out. It didn’t.
After years of not subscribing to the newspaper, I am back to enjoying a paper on the weekends. It feels right, somehow. Coffee and a paper.
I finishing reading and reviewing only three books this week…but that’s how it goes sometimes.
LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:
Review: Eat the Document (e-book), by Dana Spiotta
Review: The Secrets She Keeps (e-book), by Deb Caletti (NetGalley)
Review: Guilt, by Jonathan Kellerman
INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
I received ONE review book from NetGalley…and downloaded a book I purchased.
Black-Eyed Susans (e-book), by Julia Heaberlin (NetGalley)
For fans of Laura Lippman and Gillian Flynn comes an electrifying novel of stunning psychological suspense.
I am the star of screaming headlines and campfire ghost stories.
I am one of the four Black-Eyed Susans.
The lucky one.
A Snitch in Time (e-book, Book 3), by Sunny Frazier
When sheriff’s department office assistant Christy Bristol takes a long weekend to visit her friend, Lennie, in the Sierra Nevada foothills, it’s not the vacation she anticipated. A murder has just occurred and Christy is conscripted by the homicide team to handle the reports. To add to her frustration, she gets in a fight with Lennie over her friend’s arrogant boyfriend and has no place to stay. The detectives put her up in a forest ranger’s cabin while he is away fighting fires.
As the body count grows, it becomes apparent the killer is targeting undesirables in the town of Burlap. One victim’s girlfriends calls Christy and accuses a deputy of the murders. Christy doesn’t know whether to believe the snitch or not. Could a killer really be hiding behind his badge? Using astrology, she casts a reverse horoscope to profile him, but puts her own life at risk.
WHAT’S UP NEXT? (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)
Currently Reading: Little Black Lies (e-book), by Sandra Block
Bittersweet, by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore (Vine)
The Shore, by Sara Taylor (Vine)
Every Fifteen Minutes (e-book), by Lisa Scottoline
So that’s my week, past and upcoming…what did yours look like? Grab a mimosa to celebrate!