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The Hitman’s Daughter, Narnia and rubber bands: books reviewed

From a thriller by a Canadian author to a book about C.S. Lewis and rubber bands, I read such a variety of books this week. Check out my reviews.

Forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod looks for a victim in a potential crime scene in Time for the Dead to have their revenge..

This is the 14th book of the series. When you read it, you realize you are missing a lot, but it is still a good read.

Twists, turns and false trails in B.A. Paris’ thriller Bring Me Back

Twists, turns, false trails. This book will keep you guessing.

Fast-paced beginning and end in Shari Lapena’s thriller A Stranger in the House

Shari Lapena's thriller A Stranger in the House ($24.95, Doubleday Canada,  #strangerinthehouse) pulled me right in and kept me reading for the first couple hundred pages. A Stranger in the House is about Karen and Tom Krupp, a happy couple... Continue Reading →

Another page-turner in Wendy Walker’s Emma in the Night

Wow. Wendy Walker's Emma in the Night ($13.99, Raincoast Books, St. Martin's Press) was amazing. I read the page-turner in two very late nights. I couldn't put it down, and felt I was as invested in finding out what happened... Continue Reading →

Chevy Stevens’ thriller Never Let You Go suspenseful right from the start

During a book slump last year, I picked up British Columbia author Chevy Stevens' book Those Girls ($13.99, St. Martin's Press), and just like that I was back to reading about a couple of books a month. When Raincoast Books... Continue Reading →

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