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The Tombs Clive Cussler
by Clive Cussler Fargo Series

Enjoyable Fargo book. As usual too much description at times. The climatic fight at the end was ridiculous.

This Tender Land By Krueger William Kent
by Krueger William Kent

After Dinner Book Discussion Read. I really enjoyed this book! Four young orphans traveling the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers searching for a better live life after escaping the horrific Lincoln Indian School. Lots of history, suspense, adventure, light humor and a tinge of romance. Definitely my style, bring on more, please!!

Desperate Measures
by Barbara DeLeo

Desperate Measures by Barbara DeLeo. I liked the Christmas and New Year holiday celebrations on Rata Cove New Zealand. Former childhood sweethearts Ellie and Cy agree to a pretend marriage based on desperation, unresolved guilt and abandonment issues from their past. Added to the mix are his son, Jonty's mutism resulting from his mom's death. Way too mushy for no romance fans. Wonder if the happy family feelings are true or a brief soap bubble moment?

The Thursday Murder Club
by Richard Osman

Such a fun book! Recommend to anyone looking for a good read!

by Allison Brennan Max Revere Series

Too much description at times but a great Max Revere book. I thought I knew who committed the crime till Allison pulled a 180 on me.

The Redemption of Sarah
by Beverly Lewis

A great look at love, loss and how the amish community and the english deal with both.

by Alex Gino

Banned Books Challenge. This title appears in one of the Banned Book articles. My curiosity got the best of me so I checked it out unaware it's a children's book. Until I read the first paragraph, I was positive George was a nickname. I applaud her bravery to speak her mind and follow her dreams. Some people believe it's overly sensitive, however it's also wrong to ignore gut feelings and fake our happiness to please others. George and her friends are role models in today's world to defend ourselves even if it creates some discomfort.

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.
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