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Adult Fiction

Pretty Girls – Chips with a Charmer

First The Good Girl, then Lost Girls, and now Pretty Girls. I’m starting to see a reoccurring pattern in the thrillers I read… This book has been on my TBR list for a bit now as a book to get… Continue Reading →

Lost Girls Review – Flinging Figs at Fear

This week’s review is from an author whose DI Kim Stone novels I started to read this year. I admit that I was skeptical about the series at first, but now I’m hooked. Lost girls is the third in the… Continue Reading →

Big Little Lies Review – Ladies & Lattes

This book drew me in with its cover. It has bright colours, and was prominently on display, which is my general criteria for choosing books. Also there was a murder, which always tickles my fancy. Hm… that doesn’t make me… Continue Reading →

Every Secret Thing Review – Drinking Juice Boxes with Juveniles

I happened to be downtown for a bit after work, and as usual I gravitated towards the huge Indigo book store there. That’s where I saw “Every Secret Thing” nestled among a group of ‘if you like Gillian Flynn’ thriller… Continue Reading →

Room Review – Captive with Cake

Few things light a fire under my butt like a movie adaptation of a book. I feel a frenzied need to rush out to the bookstore and blast through it. I already had Room on my list of books to… Continue Reading →

The Good Girl Review – Canned Beans in Cabins

The Good Girl is one in a slew of novels compared to Gillian Flynn’s books, and so of course I had to check it out myself. That and I heard a girl in the bookstore telling her friend that it… Continue Reading →

The Weight of Blood Review – Dumplings with the Danes

I could not wait to dive into The Weight of Blood. I happened to be out camping in Northern Ontario this past weekend, and spent the first night itching to start this book. I burned through The Good Girl (review… Continue Reading →

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