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Educated A Memoir
by Tara Westover


Great memoir. It was hard to put down. I read it for my book club at work.
 
 


Red Velvet Cupcake Murder #16 Hannah Swenson
by Joanne Fluke Hannah Swenson Mysteries


It seemed like Lake Eden was having the same kind of summer weather we're having here in central Ohio, hot and humid. I liked how some details from the previous case, Cinnamon Roll Murder, were ironed out in this book. I never did get the feeling that they'd had any closure on the bus driver's death. But in this book, Hannah met a nurse who was able to fill her in on something she knew about the bus driver. Once the murder was solved, there were several cases of happy endings, which is something I always like to see. I didn't think that there were any threads hanging in this book. Doc and Delores had some good news for everyone, Lisa's dad and Herb's mom had news as well, and then there was the good news of clearing up Clayton's death once and for all. There were some seriously awesome-sounding recipes in this book! When I'm pretty sure of who the killer is, as I was in this case, I just keep reading and enjoy how the person gets caught.
 
 


Silent Knife, #2 Celebration Bay
by Shelley Freydont Celebration Bay


This book made me feel like it's Christmas, right in the middle of summer. I think one of my favorite parts was Ted teaching little Whiskey how to doggie-sing to the Hallelujah Chorus "ar-roo-roo-roo"--I had to laugh every time I read about the two of them singing together and could just picture the two of them wearing matching bow ties. The mystery was a really good one and even though the awful person in the book didn't bite the dust, they were dealt with in a satisfactory way. I had a couple of suspicions about the person who ended up being the killer, but I wasn't sure why and gave in to the many red herrings and good distractions. There were some warm and fuzzy endings to be had by several of the townspeople and businesses, and my other favorite part was dinner at the Zimmerman sisters' house. One of these days, I hope Liv decides to warm up a little to Chaz. He doesn't seem so bad really! He and Liv make a good team when it comes to investigating, but he loves to tease her and act like he's got no interest in investigating. Sometimes I think he's just doing that because he likes her! I'm moving along to the next book, since I wanted to get it in while it's still July.
 
 


Knight
by Giulia Lagomarsino


This book had me crying. So good!!!
 
 


Tom Stranger Interdimensional Insurance Agent
by Larry Correia


This was such a silly story. So much goofiness to it, but I did laugh quite a bit. Not what I usually read from Larry.
 
 


The Lost For Words Bookshop A Novel By Stephanie Butland
by Stephanie Butland


This was an ok story that really only hooked me because of there being a bookshop involved. I didn't care for the main character. I liked her boss, Archie. He was likeable, some of the other folks just kept you guessing.
 
 


Grip
by Kennedy Ryan


I love this book
 
 


Blessing Bentley
by Chautona Havig


this is a really good book
 
 


Land Of Stories The Enchantress Returns
by Chris Colfer


this is a good book
 
 


The Stand
by Stephen King


An old favorite, the classic battle of good and evil told in modern terms.
 
 


Night School
by Lee Child


Hero with attitude. Jack Reacher is one of my favorite characters. Flawed but admirable as he meets the world on his own terms.
 
 


Discovery Of Witches Series
by Harkness


Sweeping series thru time and space. Loved the unusual heroes. Not your everyday romance adventure.
 
 


Shouting At The Rain
by Lynda Mullaly Hunt


What an excellent read! I am an adult but I can relate to many of the situations that took place in this book. I felt like I was part of the story and didn't want it to come to an end.
 
 


Jot it down
by Julie Bogart


Read through this homeschool writing curriculum for 5-8 y.o. lots of fun stuff.
 
 


The Key To Zion - Book V Zion Chronicles
by Bodie Thoene


This book is great.
 
 
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