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Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

  Entertaining and twisty… After Amanda Pierce went missing, no one in the neighborhood thought much about it. But after rumors of a teenager breaking into people’s homes and hacking into their computers start circulating, the lives of neighborhood residents…
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Nature is Unlimited Broadcasting Station: Flowers She Wore on Her Feet by Bertha Mkwelele, Edward Mkwelele

  A short, beautiful account of a young life gone too soon… Bertha Mkwelele and Edward Mkwelele chronicle the short life span of their only daughter and first child Neema Mkwelele in this short biography. After graduating in BA (Hons)…
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Don’t Mind Me, I’m Just Having a Bad Life: A Memoir by Lewis Kempfer

  A candid, bare-it-all, and highly engrossing memoir… With unsparing candor, Lewis Kempfer chronicles decades of his drug and sex addicted life in intimate detail in Don’t Mind Me, I’m Just Having a Bad Life: A Memoir. Kempfer started struggling…
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DEAD BEFORE MORNING (Rafferty and Llewellyn Police Procedural Series #1) by Geraldine Evans

  A lively and highly engrossing British mystery… Evans’s first installment in Rafferty and Llewellyn Police Procedural Series see DI Rafferty and Sergeant Llewellyn investigating vicious murder of a young woman at an unlikely place. Recently promoted Detective Inspector Joe…
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The Legend of Decimus Croome: A Halloween Carol by Kevin Purdy

  A spooky, delightful Halloween read… A happy, content Decimus Croome changed for worst after his wife’s untimely demise and is a bitter old man now who despises every festival, especially Halloween. A cranky recluse, he lives in his gloomy…
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Cold Woods: Northampton County, Book 2 by Karen Katchur

  A well-done mystery… When the long-buried bones of a man surface in the middle of chilling winter in a small Pennsylvania town, it becomes imperative for the homicide detective Parker Reed to solve the crime at the earliest possible.…
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The Patient by Steena Holmes

  A lackluster work… Holmes explores a cat-and-mouse game between a psychotherapist and a killer in this psychological thriller. Fighting with her own past demons, Danielle Rycroft is trying to set her psychotherapist’s practice in the small town of Cheshire.…