Book Review: The Dry (Jane Harper)

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The small town of Kiewarra is rocked when Luke Hadler and his family (a wife and child) are found dead; an apparent murder-suicide. Federal Police investigator, Aaron Falk, returns home for the funeral; a childhood friend of Luke, Falk returns home and soon is wrapped up in the investigation, doubting the claims against his friend. As he delves deeper into the inquiry, wounds of his past begin to haunt him. Luke and Aaron had a secret. A secret that was supposed to be buried. A secret that Luke’s death is sending to the surface.
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Book Review: I’m Thinking of Ending Things (Iain Reid)

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So last night, I finished reading Iain Reid’s debut novel, I’m Thinking of Ending Things. Well, after completing this novel, I’m thinking that I shouldn’t have read this before I went to bed.

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Book Review: The Girl On The Train (Paula Hawkins)

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I’m pretty positive that this will be the most delayed book review of all time.

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins is one of those novels that everyone and their distant cousin ended up reading. As a lover of the suspense/thriller genre, people are shocked when they find out I have not read this book.   I initially purchased it when it first was released and then never got around to reading it.   Obviously, with the movie release looming, I figured it was now or never.

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Book Review: Don’t You Cry (Mary Kubica)

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Esther is missing. Quinn, her roommate, isn’t sure what to do. Should she call the police? Wait? Meanwhile, Alex is working in a café and sees a mysterious young woman. He is drawn to her. Who is she? Where did she come from?

Quinn is searching for answers. Alex befriends the woman.

Sometimes people are not who they appear to be and sometimes you can never outrun your past…no matter how hard you try.

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