Archives for the month of: March, 2018

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#Bookreview LOVER’S KNOT by Jenetta James (@JenettaJames) #RBRT Darcy as an amateur detective, secrets, lies, and a peep into crime detection in the Regency period. – Hi all: Although it’s not one of my usual days to share reviews, the book was just published yesterday, and I thought you might enjoy this for your Easter holiday. I bring you another book by an author you might remember if you’ve been following my blog in recent times. Schhhhh! It’s a mystery! Lover’s http://ow.ly/4CXu50gZzUF

#TuesdayBookBlog THE ROYAL DEAL (Chasing the Romantics, a Series of Original Fairy Tales Book 1) by D.G. Driver (@DGDriverAuthor) #RBRT A stubborn modern-day heroine who learns a lesson or two along the way. http://ow.ly/YRr250gZ8H6

#Bookreview A SECRET HISTORY OF BRANDS: THE DARK AND TWISTED BEGINNINGS OF THE BRAND NAMES WE KNOW AND LOVE by Matt MacNabb (@matt_macnabb) A great read, full of fascinating, curious, sad, and even horrifying stories #history http://ow.ly/bHAe50gYIRQ

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#TuesdayBookBlog BETTE & JOAN: THE DIVINE FEUD by Shaun Considine Entertaining, funny, full of memorable quotes, and an irresistible insider’s view of the Hollywood of the studio era. #Bookreview #Hollywood http://ow.ly/GlyC50gV8Cf

#Bookreview THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW by A. J. Finn (@AJFinnBooks) A solid domestic-noir thriller with a familiar plot, unlikely to surprise those who love Hitchcock movies and habitual readers of thrillers #thiller #agoraphobia http://ow.ly/B9eZ50gUe0c

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