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Have You Seen Her by Lisa    Hall
Have You Seen Her
by Lisa Hall
User review: Even though I did enjoy the book, I found it hard to believe at places. The story is narrated from Anna's side who felt responsible for losing a little girl Laurel. Laurel's parents Fran and Dominic seemed to be having their own secrets. A good story line.
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Neptune the Heroic Horse (Tilly's Pony Tails, #8) by Pippa Funnell
Neptune the Heroic Horse (Tilly's Pony Tails, #8)
by Pippa Funnell
User review: Another nice tale in the Tilly series. Perfect for horse loving youngsters.
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Fangs For Nothing (The Vampire Detective, #1) by Laura Greenwood
Fangs For Nothing (The Vampire Detective, #1)
by Laura Greenwood
User review: The Vampire Detective is an ongoing series following Lucy:
1. Fangs For Nothing
2. What The Fangs
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Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery by Christie Aschwanden
Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery
by Christie Aschwanden
User review: Well written and personable. And boy have I been duped by marketing!
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On a Razor's Edge (Darkness, #3) by K.F. Breene
On a Razor's Edge (Darkness, #3)
by K.F. Breene
User review: These books are getting better and better!
Still too much erotica for my liking, but the story and characters are funny, strong and a little nuts!
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Black Summer (Washington Poe, #2) by M.W. Craven
Black Summer (Washington Poe, #2)
by M.W. Craven
User review: Outstanding. Full review at classicmystery.blog
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Red Admiral the Racehorse (Tilly's Pony Tails, #2) by Pippa Funnell
Red Admiral the Racehorse (Tilly's Pony Tails, #2)
by Pippa Funnell
User review: A nice tale, perfect for horse loving youngsters.
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Clipped by Laura Greenwood
Clipped
by Laura Greenwood
User review: Clipped will be returning along with the rest of the Beyond the Curse and Children of the Cursed books in late 2020.
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The Singing Rock & Other Brand-New Fairy Tales by Nathaniel Lachenmeyer
The Singing Rock & Other Brand-New Fairy Tales
by Nathaniel Lachenmeyer
User review: This was a cute little graphic novel intended for children, but I believe that adults would enjoy the story lines.

The book contains four short tales similar to classic fairy tales but with a twist to them.

Hop Hop Wish is about a frog who hops on and therefore rubs a magic lantern which produces...
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Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy, #6) by Richelle Mead
Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy, #6)
by Richelle Mead
User review: acum ce fac cu viata mea am nevoie de spin off plâng și sunt confuză doamne ador si iubesc acestă serie
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Guts by Raina Telgemeier
Guts
by Raina Telgemeier
User review: Charming and so on point. Tackles anxiety, fear, and expectations.
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Malice (The Faithful and the Fallen, #1) by John Gwynne
Malice (The Faithful and the Fallen, #1)
by John Gwynne
User review: I love stories told from multiple points of view, and John Gwynne’s Malice contains a sizeable cast.
In a nutshell, The Faithful and the Fallen series, of which this is the first book, is all about a coming war between the god of good and the god of evil. The war will be fought on earth, and each...
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The Pearl Thief by Fiona McIntosh
The Pearl Thief
by Fiona McIntosh
User review: I really did not enjoy this book. I felt that it just did not hang true. Would a girl that had been through so much really marry a non Jew? Would a mossad agent really do this sort of thing? Was Hampstead really not part of London in the 1960's? Just felt wrong.
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The Carousel by Rosamunde Pilcher
The Carousel
by Rosamunde Pilcher
User review: A nice simple little story. Well written and interesting.
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Hers From The Start: A Collection of First In Series Reverse Harem by Laura Greenwood
Hers From The Start: A Collection of First In Series Reverse Harem
by Laura Greenwood
User review: My book in Hers From The Start is Wolf Blessed, Blessed #1

Blessed Series:
1. Wolf Blessed
2. Fae Blessed
3. Elf Blessed
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Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
Green Eggs and Ham
by Dr. Seuss
User review: I read this story to a small group of children on placement. There was lots of rhyme throughout the book and I was able to ask children questions about what might happen next. The children enjoyed it because some of it was quite comical.
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Royally Entangled (Her Royal Harem, #1) by Catherine  Banks
Royally Entangled (Her Royal Harem, #1)
by Catherine Banks
User review: Great book!

I really enjoyed this book. It had great character development. Each character was different in their own way and had personal interactions with the FMC. I really enjoyed seeing the individual interactions. I highly recommend this book.
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Braving the Elements (Darkness, #2) by K.F. Breene
Braving the Elements (Darkness, #2)
by K.F. Breene
User review: Similar to the first, a book which draws you in with the storyline so you want to know what happens next.
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Norco '80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery in American History by Peter Houlahan
Norco '80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery in American History
by Peter Houlahan
User review: Norco ’80 is the true story of one of the most violent and dramatic bank robberies of all time. This well-researched, engaging recounting of what led to this brutal day, and the aftermath, is true crime at its best. Highly recommended.