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Manuela’s Review of “Stalker” by Lisa Stone

By: Manuela Soares Someone is always watching... Do you cover your webcam with a sticky note? What about switching your phone off when you don't need it? In today's age, with in-home security cameras, things like Alexa and Google Home, and other various technologies that can be used track our every move, how safe, how… Continue reading Manuela’s Review of “Stalker” by Lisa Stone

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Manuela’s Review of “Pretty Girls Dancing” by Kylie Brant

By: Manuela Soares Seven years ago, sixteen-year-old Kelsey Willard went missing never to be seen again, thought to have been kidnapped by the serial killer dubbed the Ten Mile Killer. Now, fourteen-year-old Whitney DeVries has gone missing and an investigation has been launched to find her. New clues and information are found, and old secrets… Continue reading Manuela’s Review of “Pretty Girls Dancing” by Kylie Brant

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Jenny’s Review of the Midnight Pawn Series by Charlaine Harris

By: Jenny Gardner Charlaine Harris is known for her ability to write romance novels involving other-worldly creatures, entwining the dark and the light. Her Sookie Stackhouse Series is a wonderful one surrounding vampires. Though the Midnight Pawn series is in the same universe, the crossover is minimal. In this series, the focus is on the… Continue reading Jenny’s Review of the Midnight Pawn Series by Charlaine Harris

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Christopher’s Review of “Red Clocks” by Leni Zumas

By: Christopher Bartlett As the new year was rung in, I joined The Book of The Month Club and my first pick from them was Red Clocks by Leni Zumas. One of the main selling points of the book for me was that it depicts a world where Roe vs Wade has been revoked, as… Continue reading Christopher’s Review of “Red Clocks” by Leni Zumas

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Jenny’s Review of “The Salmon of Doubt” by Douglas Adams

By: Jenny Gardner Douglas Adams is a name synonymous with science fiction. The worlds of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy combined with Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency encompass a vast universe of wondrous adventures. Douglas’s early passing left a lot of questions unanswered and stories untold. The Salmon of Doubt explores those tales. Editorial Companion,… Continue reading Jenny’s Review of “The Salmon of Doubt” by Douglas Adams