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The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware

Am I allowed to call myself the queen of mystery? Not only am I a mysterious person (what kind of food do I really want???), but I also read an inordinate amount of mystery novels. Which is why I was willing to give Ware another chance with The Turn of the Key.

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Outfox, Sandra Brown

YOU GUYS. I MET SANDRA BROWN. SHE IS SO NICE AND AMAZING. I’m never going to recover from this. And Outfox was so good. Ugh. I’m deed.

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A Shot in the Dark, Lynne Truss

Wow this book was bad. So bad. I like British humor, I like mysteries, I like wit, but this was just terrible. Which is such a bummer, I was looking forward to reading something from Truss and the back was so promising.

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A Stranger in the House, Lapena

A Stranger in the House will have you asking yourself who the stranger is. And then you’ll answer that question fairly quickly. Then the big plot twist isn’t that big. Then you’ll be sad. Probably. Sorry Lapena.

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The Woman in the Window, A. J. Finn

HAPPY 2019 Y’ALLLLLLL. And A. J. Finn.

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Tailspin, Sandra Brown

Sandra if you’re reading this I’m your number one fan.

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The Favorite Sister, Jessica Knoll

For the third time in my life, I didn’t finish a book. Knoll’s Favorite Sister.

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The Death of Mrs. Westaway, Ware

DUN DUN DUN. WARE. THE DEATH OF MRS.WESTAWAY.┬áSo already we’ve got some interesting things going on here. Like you know, death.

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Envy, Sandra Brown

All hail the queen of -surprise you don’t know anything- endings.

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Bonfire, Krysten Ritter

Soooooo I went to the Krysten Ritter book signing in town. She is a kind human who said she liked my hair. And after finishing this book, I can confidentially say she is a great writer.

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