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Finding Chika Mitch Albom
by Mitch Albom

A uplifting but also heartbreaking look at what the meaning of family is and how fiercely we can love.

Raspberry danish murder
by Joanne Fluke

I liked raspberry danish murder a lot. It had me wanting more until the killer was revealed at the end. It also left you with a cliffhanger at the end of the book. Can't wait to read the next installment of the Hannah Swensen series.

Dead Level
by Sarah Graves

Off to an exciting start with a new mystery series about remodeling an old house in the country?? Not sure if the author was desperate for an audience. Great climax until she revealed the plot in Chapter 3. By then it was obvious a serial killer was on the loose and easy to guess his intentions. A wobbly subplot unrelated to Jake and Ella's dilemma pushed to read faster to the predictable conclusion. Not a mystery but a fluffy novel.

by Fiona Paul

First book in the Secrets of the Eternal Rose series. An absolutely amazing look at love, honor and darkness in some human hearts.

Firefly Lane
by Kristen Hannah

This book was about a friendship that spanned decades of two women who ultimately chose different paths in life. At the end it really did pull at emotions and drew some tears. In retrospect, the author attempted too great a task in one volume. The span of time and drama throughout took some impact away from the last part of the book. I felt sorrow towards the end however, what tools the author had left plot-wise were limited. I feel the agenda/purpose of highlighting inflammatory breast cancer subsumed this story. Sure, that could have happened.... however I feel that killing off a main character is a convenient way to wrap up not only the mother/daughter conflict but the betrayal experienced by the main character. I think perhaps it is a good treatise on the grace of forgiveness and the importance of letting go of petty grievances/jealousies. I had watched the Netflix series based on this novel prior to reading it and felt the series was telling a similar but different story. Do not reject the novel in place of the series. The book is probably still very satisfying for many readers.

Moonlight Becomes You Mary Higgins Clark
by Mary Higgins Clark

Such a good book. I figured out some of the plot as I read it but there were quite a few surprises.

A Boy Named Charlie Brown
by Charles Schulz

Reread A Book You Love Challenge. Peanuts cheered me up as a kid. Kudos to Charlie Brown steps out of his comfort zone participating in the spelling bee. His courage and determination makes him a winner ??.

Boy-crazy Stacey
by Ann M Martin

Book was ausome

by Dada Jimmy Fallon

Enjoyed book

Death On The Danube
by Jennifer S. Alderson

the first in a murder mystery series featuring Lara Hansen...who steps in as a tour director as a favor to a friend. This story is set as a New Year's Eve trip to Budapest. There are currently 6 books in the series each set in a new country and at a different holiday. Quick, enjoyable read with lots of interesting details about the country they are visiting.
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