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Kimberly Keith
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House of Echoes by Brendan Duffy
House of Echoes by Brendan Duffy was creepy and weird all in the right ways.  I wasn't quite sure what to expect after reading the synopsis, but I was pleasantly surprised.  I loved the details of them renovating this huge old mansion and at the flashbacks ...

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Those Girls by Chevy Stevens
I'm a self-admitted Chevy Stevens addict.  I freakin have loved everything she has put out.  She knows that less can often be more when it comes to a psychological thriller & suspense.  As soon as I saw her latest Those Girls was coming out, I begged every ...

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Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter
Well, that didn't go as I had hoped. Brace yourself.... less than flattering review headed your way... I've heard of Karin Slaughter and was pretty excited to receive an advance copy of her latest thriller, Pretty Girls.  But wow.  After reading this, I 'm ...

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The Third Wife by Lisa Jewell
Because I was so intrigued and even enthralled with the development of The House We Grew Up In by Lisa Jewell , which I had read last fall - I knew I needed to get my hands on her most recent novel, The Third Wife.  And again - this novel was comprised of a...

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The Sound of Glass by Karen White
I LOOOOOVED THIS BOOK!  This is one of those books that you just immediately offer to anyone and everyone you come across.  In fact, I immediately loaned it to my mother-in-law, then my co-worker Debbie, and soon I'm going to send it off to my sister Kati b...

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Why? Trusting God When You Don't Understand by Anne Graham Lotz
My mother-in-law had left this at our house to read because she thought it would really encourage us during the season we've been enduring.  And she honestly couldn't have been more right.  This book might be tiny, but holy cow does it pack a large punch!  ...

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Coming Back to Me by Caroline Leavitt
I actually enjoyed this more than I thought I'd would.  I'm a cover snob and the dude peeking through the window kinda turned me off in one of those 'cheesey-romance' ways.  But my friend Debbie loaned me this one and I can always trust her judgment...usual...

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Normal by Graeme Cameron
I'm not entirely sure how to feel about this.  After the first chapter, my reaction was instantly - "What did I just get myself into?"  Like I really wasn't sure what to do - stop reading it, keep reading it, bury it in the backyard?  It was creepy in every...
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