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The Sinful Lives Of Trophy Wives Kristin Miller
by Kristin Miller

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Mystery writer Brooke Davies & her tech-billionaire husband, Jack move into Presidio Terrace, San Francisco’s most exclusive neighborhood, only to find out they will be neighbors to Georgia St. Claire, better known as the “Black Widow”. Georgia supposedly murdered her first two husbands and is now engaged to be married a third time. Brooke strikes up a friendship with Georgia, and with Erin King, news anchor and chair of the community board who is also Georgia's best friend. As Brooke spends time with the two women, she decides to work their characters into her current murder mystery. Days before Georgia is set to wed again the groom goes missing and Georgia is the prime suspect. I really wanted to like this book. I have read other books by this author and enjoyed those, but this one fell flat for me. It was like a real housewives murder mystery meets daytime soaps and I don't mean this in a good way. I really can not in good conscience recommend this one.

The Haunting Of Brynn Wilder
by Wendy Webb

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It was an entertaining read. Focused more on romance than the haunting in a lot of ways, but still a fun read.

The Lights Of Sugarberry Cove By Heather Webber
by Heather Webber

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Sadie Way Scott left home after she nearly drowned in the lake outside of her family's B&B when she was 18, and she never looked back. She only returned to Sugarberry Cove, Alabama for a handful of holidays and then she sped back out of town. She is the host of her own cooking show about southern cooking and family, but despite the show's popularity, she feels like that can't possibly be why she was saved that night. Sadie’s sister, Leala Clare, should be perfectly content, but instead, her marriage is on the rocks and she isn't sure they will survive. When Sadie and Leala's mother suffers a minor heart attack, the girls go to stay with their mother & run the B&B for her while she recouperates. It is the last place either one of them wants to be. However, a little lake magic may be what they both need to fix all of their problems. I am a huge fan of this author, and was excited to read this newest book. Once again, she delivered a story filled with magic, mystery, love and family. The book is filled with colorful , interesting characters like Sadie who, when she drowned at age 18 her hair turned silver, like the color of the stars. If you are in the mood for a good story, then this is the perfect book to settle down with. I can promise you will be as enchanted as I was.

Unicorn Day
by Diana Murray

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We loved this book! The silly horse wanted to be a unicorn!

Fly Away By Kristin Hannah
by Kristin Hannah

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I did enjoy this book but it was a bit darker than the previous related book.

Every Vow You Break Peter Swanson
by Peter Swanson

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This book was really engaging. The characters all had their secrets and as the reader, you know that, but you don't always know what the secret is. The book kept me guessing up until almost the end, and honestly blew my mind a couple times. For me, it's a 4, because once the "big reveal" happened, I found myself a little distracted for the last little bit of the book. The ending didn't live up to my expectations given all the other twists.

Watchtower Magazine
by Jehovah's Witnesses

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Awesome. Gives great advice.

A Beautiful Mind
by Sylvia Nasar

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This book is well written and captivating, depicting the life of a real genius and the many awkward social interactions that ensued.

Listen To My Trumpet
by Mo Willems

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The Quest For Cosmic Justice
by Thomas Sowell

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This is a great read that gets to the point without needing too much of a background in the topic. Of course it encourages or entices the reader to look into mentioned events on their own. It provides a logical counter-point to the views and opinions being pushed out in mainstream media currently.