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Tag Archives: mystery
The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher (Guest Post)
I’m back! And with a guest post :-). I’ve only gotten through the first book of the Dresden Files (it’s on my todo list! In fact the second one is sitting right next to me…) but my bookaholic parents both … Continue reading
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Stephanie Plum novels by Janet Evanovich
Sci-fi and fantasy novels are all well and good, but I do read other books. One example is the hilariously funny Stephanie Plum novels by Janet Evanovich. Now, Evanovich is a prolific writer and so has a lot of series, … Continue reading
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Bell, Book, and Murder by Rosemary Edghill
This collection is proof that I do like mysteries sometimes! It was recommended to me by a teacher from high school, so it must be good right? It is, don’t worry. Title: Bell, Book, and Murder Author: Rosemary Edghill Length: … Continue reading
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Veil of Lies by Jeri Westerson
So over winter break I wanted to take a break from reading fantasy, and so read a mystery that my dad had lying around the house. This little experiment reminded me why I don’t particularly like mysteries…. They just aren’t … Continue reading
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