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"Liasson writes with humor and heart." --Jill Shalvis

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In the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains lies a small town with a big heart—and a chance to begin again

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Can they find the courage to face their deepest wounds?


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Gone by Midnight
by Candice Fox
"One boy goes missing and there is no trace after him..."
Posted February 20, 2019

I LOVE this series! When I got the chance to read GONE BY MIDNIGHT didn't I hesitate, I had to read it straight away. And WOW! The first book was great, the Read more...

American Duchess
by Karen Harper
"American Duchess is a must read if you love historical fiction"
Posted February 20, 2019

AMERICAN DUCHESS tales the fictional story of Consuelo Vanderbilt. In 1895 Consuelo wed the Duke of Marlborough. This was not a love match; she was already in love with another man. She only went to the altar after being bullied relentlessly by her mother, Alva. The marriage was a business Read more...

Who Killed the Fonz?
by James Boice
"The Fonz is dead, but was it an accident or murder?"
Posted February 20, 2019

The year is 1984, and Richard "Richie" Cunningham gets bad news from his hometown in Milwaukee. Arthur Fonzarelli, his best friend when he was growing up, the Fonz is dead. Fonzie was driving his motorcycle when he crossed a bridge and lost control and into the guardrail. He went over Read more...

Die Last
by Tony Parsons
"An abandoned lorry hides a terrible cargo..."
Posted February 20, 2019

There are some series that become so special for you that the characters feel like old friends. The Max Wolfe series by Tony Parsons is one of them for me. Now, it has been a while since I Read more...

The Lost Girls of Paris
by Pam Jenoff
"Sacrifice, courage, friendship, and moving on..."
Posted February 13, 2019

THE LOST GIRLS OF PARIS is a book about sacrifices, courage, friendship, and about moving on. 1946 - Grace Healey is living in Manhattan and is trying to live a life without her husband who died during the war. While passing through Grand Central Read more...

Dear George, Dear Mary
by Mary Calvi
"A story about George Washington's relationship with Mary Philipse"
Posted February 13, 2019

DEAR GEORGE, DEAR MARY is the story about George Washington's relationship with Mary Philipse. Mary Calvi has written a story based on hundreds of letters, witness accounts, and journal entries, reconstructing George Washington courting of New York heiress Mary Philipse. I had never heard of Mary Philipse before I Read more...

The Dutch Wife
by Ellen Keith
"The Dutch Wife is an engrossing story about injustice"
Posted February 13, 2019

THE DUTCH WIFE is a dual storyline book. In 1943 we get to follow Marijke de Graaf as she is forced to choose between a slow death in a labor camp or join the camp brothel. She picks the later in the hope of meeting her husband who has been Read more...

Once a Liar
by A.F. Brady
"Peter Caine faces his biggest challenge when his lover is murdered..."
Posted February 13, 2019

Peter Caine is a merciless Manhattan defense attorney who may seem to be charming on the outside. However, beneath the mask, he is a cold and heartless man who doesn't care about other people's feelings. He doesn't even harbor any feelings for his own son Jamie, and Read more...

The Hunting Party
by Lucy Foley
"Someone has a secret worth killing for..."
Posted February 13, 2019

A group of college friends is spending the Christmas break together at a hunting lodge. Spending time together welcoming in the New Year has long been a tradition for them, and this year the place is a remote estate in the Scottish Highlands. However, this year everything will change. This Read more...

The Burning Island
by Hester Young
"Charlie Cates is once against disturbed by dreams of a missing child..."
Posted February 13, 2019

In the third book about journalist Charlie Cates she goes with a gal pal to Hawaii. She needs some time away from home after newspapers have gotten to know that she has a supernatural talent; she can find lost children Read more...

Watcher in the Woods
by Kelley Armstrong
"A US Marshal comes to town with a killer on the loose..."
Posted February 13, 2019

WATCHER IN THE WOODS is book four in Kelly Armstrong's Rockton series. I've read all the books and this is a series that I love and I hope that Armstrong will keep Read more...

The Dying of the Light
by Robert Goolrick
"A melodramatic and tragic love story..."
Posted February 1, 2019

THE DYING OF THE LIGHT engrossed me from the very first page. I love reading books set in the American south, especially books that have romance, tragedy, and of course, a wonderful gothic feeling. Diane Cooke knows she must marry someone rich so Read more...

Out of the Dark
by Gregg Hurwitz
"Evan Smoak is a hunted man, but he knows how to strike back!"
Posted January 29, 2019

Evan Smoak is a trained assassin known as Orphan X. He was part of the Orphan Program until he broke with it and used everything he had learned to reinvent himself as the Nowhere Man. Now he helps those that are desperate and have no one else to turn to Read more...

No Exit
by Taylor Adams
"A traveler's worst nightmare -- trapped at a rest stop in a blizzard with criminals, but who is the criminal?"
Posted January 26, 2019

What if you're stuck at a rest stop in a blizzard with strangers and discover a kidnapped child? You don't know who to trust and have no way to contact anyone. What would you do? What could you do? That's the dilemma college student Darby Thorne is Read more...

The Witches of St. Petersburg
by Imogen Edwards-Jones
"Two sisters use black magic to get what they want at the Romanov court."
Posted January 26, 2019

THE WITCHES OF ST. PETERSBURG is the tale of two sisters that have to fend for themselves at the Romanov court, and they do so by not only befriending the Tsarina, they use black magic as well. Militza and Stana are the daughters of the King of Montenegro. They are Read more...

by James Rollins
"Sigma Force must try to stop forces of evil from new destruction"
Posted January 26, 2019

Commander Gray Pierce arrives home on Christmas Eve, only to find out that Seichan, his pregnant lover is gone and his best friend's wife Kat is on the brink of death. Kat is the only one that saw the attack, but how to get someone in a semi-comatose Read more...

by David R. Gillham
"What if Anne Frank had survived?"
Posted January 24, 2019

What if Anne Frank had survived? What if she never died in a concentration camp and instead was reunited with her father and had to pick up the pieces left of her life? Having to deal with a life without her mother and sister. Her life as a writer seems Read more...

The Golden Tresses of the Dead
by Alan Bradley
"Arthur Dogger & Associates is open for business!"
Posted January 24, 2019

THE GOLDEN TRESSES OF THE DEAD starts off with Flavia's sister Ophelia getting married. Flavia is delighted when Ophelia discovers a severed human finger in the cake and she rushes away to examine it...Whose finger is it to and why has Read more...

The Suspect
by Fiona Barton
"A trip to Thailand turns into a nightmare..."
Posted January 24, 2019

THE SUSPECT is the very first book I've read by Fiona Barton. I didn't know that this book is the third in the Kate Waters series. However, I found no problems reading this one without having read the previous books. Actually Read more...

Honor Among Thieves
by Rachel Caine, Ann Aguirre
"Zara flees danger on Earth only to face peril in space..."
Posted January 23, 2019

HONOR AMONG THIEVES is the first book in The Honors series by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre. I've previously read a book by Rachel Caine that I greatly enjoyed, Read more...

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My name is Magdalena and I love to read crime, mystery, thriller, horror, women's fiction, literary fiction, history, sci-fi, fantasy, historical, biographical, non-fiction and graphic novels. My book blog is A Bookaholic Swede (http://bookaholicswede.blogspot.se)

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