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The Golden Hour
by Beatriz Williams
"A truly fantastic book!"
Posted July 9, 2019

One of my favorite books by Beatriz Williams is ALONG THE INFINITE SEA. Now, I have to admit that I love plenty of her books, but that one just rocked my world as I listened to the audio version. One thing one Read more...


The Ocean Liner
by Marius Gabriel
"The Ocean Liner is both gripping and chilling to read..."
Posted July 7, 2019

It's not long ago that I read THE DESIGNER by Marius Gabriel, a book that I came to enjoy quite a lot. So, when I saw this book for the first time, I was intrigued, especially since there was Read more...


The Last Collection
by Jeanne Mackin
"Only one can be the top designer..."
Posted July 5, 2019

Lily Sutter had no idea that an invitation from her brother to come to Paris would introduce her both to Elsa Schiaparelli and Coco Chanel. The year is 1939, and the Nazi threat is growing stronger and stronger. However, in Paris is it already war - a fashion war between Read more...


The Accidentals
by Minrose Gwin
"An engrossing story about two sisters and their ordeals."
Posted July 5, 2019

1957, Opelika, Mississippi. June and Grace's mother Olivia McAlister makes the bad decision to have a backwoods abortion. This decision leads to her death and June and Grace's lives forever changed. Their father Holly can't really deal with the loss, and Olivia's unmarried sister tries Read more...


Paper Son
by S.J. Rozan
"Lydia Chin must help a cousin who is accused of murder!"
Posted July 5, 2019

I'm not one of those that must read a book series from the beginning. I love picking up a book in a series, no matter which book it is. If I'm lucky, I get curious and want to learn more about the history of the characters and Read more...


Second Sight
by Aoife Clifford
"Eliza Carmody's homecoming will stir up trouble..."
Posted July 5, 2019

Eliza Carmody has to return to her hometown of Kinsale when she is assigned a legal case concerning a fire that a company is accused of starting. She tries to keep a low profile so that the people don't know that she's there for the company's Read more...


Marah Chase and the Conqueror's Tomb
by Jay Stringer
"Marah Chase must find Alexander the Great's tomb before some really bad people do it..."
Posted July 5, 2019

Marah Chase was once a promising archaeologist. However, some bad events have made her persona non grata in the field. So, now she works as a black-market treasure hunter instead. And, she's in the middle of a mission going horribly wrong when she's saved at the Read more...


Milady
by Laura L. Sullivan
"Milady tells her side of the story..."
Posted July 5, 2019

She's one of literature's most famous villains - Milady de Winter. But, who was she really? In MILADY we get her own story - from her childhood ordeals in life to the trials that will make her the ruthless woman d'Artagnan will meet. The woman who Athos married Read more...


Keep You Close
by Karen Cleveland
"How far would a mother go to protect her son?"
Posted July 4, 2019

FBI agent Stephanie Maddox's world turns upside down when she finds a gun hidden in her son Zachary's closet. It gets even worse when a colleague of her tells her that her son is involved with a terrorist group. She can't believe it, but how well Read more...


Doublespeak
by Alisa Smith
"Lena Stillman gets a message from a dead man..."
Posted July 4, 2019

Lieutenant Lena Stillman is stunned when she receives a message from a man she thought was dead. She's working in Alaska as a code-breaker and now her old lover Bill wants her to come to Siam. Not only that, he may be able to help her locate Read more...


In the Shadow of Spindrift House
by Mira Grant
"Will they survive a week in Spindrift House?"
Posted July 3, 2019

IN THE SHADOW OF SPINDRIFT HOUSE by Mira Grant (the pseudonym of Seanan McGuire) is a story that may not be that frightening, but it sure is interesting. The cover itself made me think this must be a Lovecraftian story and I Read more...


The Scent of Murder
by Kylie Logan
"Jazz and Luther makes an unexpected discovery in an abandoned building..."
Posted July 3, 2019

I will fully admit, that once again, the dog on the cover made me want to read this novel. Well, it's not that simple, but I do have a fondness for crime stories that feature dogs. Jazz Ramsey works as an administrative assistant at an all-girls school Read more...


Wicked Saints
by Emily A. Duncan
"A century-old war may be ending if enemies can work together."
Posted July 3, 2019

Kalyazin and Tranavia have been at war for a century and now it seems that there may be a chance to end it all. Nadya lives in Kalyazin and she has the gift of speaking to all the gods. She managed to escape when the monastery she lives in Read more...


The Pandora Room
by Christopher Golden
"Pandora's Box is just a myth, right?"
Posted July 3, 2019

We were first introduced to Ben Walker in ARARAT. He was lucky to survive that experience, only to once again have to face evil when he is sent to Northern Iraq where a jar has been found. A jar with a connection Read more...


The Fairies of Sadieville
by Alex Bledsoe
"What really happend to Sadieville?"
Posted June 28, 2019

Note of warning THE FAIRIES OF SADIEVILLE is the very last novel in the Tufa series, so reading this book without having read the previous five novels will make it a bit hard to really understand since many Read more...


The Darwin Affair
by Tim Mason
"The book perfect for historical mystery fans!"
Posted June 20, 2019

London, 1860. Inspector Charles Field is convinced that the attempted assassination of Queen Victoria is part of a plot. He's not convinced that she was the intended target and that a killer is still out there hiding and planning something. He also suspects that there could be high ranking Read more...


A Bend in the Stars
by Rachel Barenbaum
"Perfect for fans of romance and science!"
Posted June 6, 2019

Russia, 1914. Miri Abramov and her brother Vanya have been raised by their grandmother after their parents' death years before. There is unrest in the country and the Jewish communities are especially at risk. Miri Abramov is now one of few female surgeons, while Vanya is a physicist who dreams Read more...


The Invited
by Jennifer McMahon
"Never build a house on a haunted ground..."
Posted June 6, 2019

Helen and Nate think they have found the perfect spot for building their dream house. What they don't know is that the area is said to have been cursed since a witch was hanged in 1924. At first, life there seems harmonious. They are working together, but slowly things Read more...


We Were Killers Once
by Becky Masterman
"A new twist to one of the most chilling crimes in history."
Posted June 3, 2019

Truman Capote's masterpiece IN COLD BLOOD was based on the brutal killings of a family in Holcomb, Kansas. Perry Smith and Dick Hickok were tried and executed for the killings. But, what if they were not alone? What if there was a third person and he got away? What Read more...


Storm of Locusts
by Rebecca Roanhorse
"Can she save both her friend and the world?"
Posted May 28, 2019

In STORM OF THE LOCUSTS, the sequel to TRAIL OF LIGHTNING, Maggie Hoskie must not only save her friend Kai, but she must also stop a mysterious cult from flooding the world. Maggie sets out together 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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