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Book Notes: Review of “The Mother-in-Law” by Sally Hepworth

Hi, friends!  Today we're talking suspense again!  I've really been enjoying all the domestic suspense novels I've read this year... there have been so many great titles coming out.  I just finished another one that I wanted to share.     The Mother-in-Law is a new release from author Sally Hepworth.  This is the first… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “The Mother-in-Law” by Sally Hepworth

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Book Notes: Review of The Braxton Campus Mysteries by James J. Cudney (with author interview)

  If you've been around here for long, you know I love my cozy mysteries!  Today I'm sharing a series that I discovered a few months back, along with an author chat.     The Braxton Campus Mystery series, by James J. Cudney, is a book series centered around a man named Kellan, his family,… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of The Braxton Campus Mysteries by James J. Cudney (with author interview)

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Book Notes: Review of “One Summer in Paris” by Sarah Morgan

Last month was all about mysteries and suspense here at The Biblio Blonde! While those are perennial favorites and I'll be reading plenty more, I took a little detour into Women's Fiction last week.  And what a lovely journey it was! A friend of mine posted a quote on social media today that is an… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “One Summer in Paris” by Sarah Morgan

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Book Notes: Review of “The Winter Sister” by Megan Collins

Hi, bookish friends!  As I mentioned in my recent Friday Favorites post, I've been reading more mysteries, suspense, and thrillers.  I love a good "who-dun-it" story, and I enjoy the insights it brings us into the characters.  So today I wanted to share a new Book Notes on my latest read!     I recently… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “The Winter Sister” by Megan Collins

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Book Notes: Review of “The Perfect Girlfriend” by Karen Hamilton

  I just finished a book that gave me equal parts horror and delight. It was entertaining, twisted and more than a little outrageous. It felt like an absolute train wreck you couldn't stop, and I savored every bit of it. I'm not sure what that says about me as a person.  While I ponder… Continue reading Book Notes: Review of “The Perfect Girlfriend” by Karen Hamilton