AN ANONYMOUS GIRL

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AN ANONYMOUS GIRL



Jessica Farris, a budding want-a-be make-up and stylist artist on Broadway, is self-coerced into signing up for a collegiate psychological study for women hosted my Dr. Shields.

The study centers on morality and the choices a person makes is their personal, relational, and business lives.

Jessica soon finds the study’s questions are influencing her decisions that she is making in life.

Although the initial study only involved two hour sessions of answering sometimes very persona questions on a computer, the intrigue and deceit caused by those questions soon begin to weave a web around Jessica’s real life.

When I first picked this book up and began to read, I wasn’t sure it was my type of reading excitement.

As soon as I saw what was developing…. I was hooked!

A great read!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

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THE SILENT PATIENT

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THE SILENT PATIENT



Alicia Berenson is a famous painter married to a famous photographer.

From the outside looking in… they have a life that is grand.

Police are called to her house, in the late of night, and find Alicia’s husband has been violently executed while tied to a chair. Alicia, alone in the room with him, is covered in blood. There is a gun nearby.

Alicia refuses to talk.

Thoe Faber, a criminal psychotherapist, is committed to get Alicia to talk and explain what happened that night.

Alex Michaelides is a new author for me to be reading. After googling him, I found that this was his first book!

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

A great read!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

BURY YOUR DEAD

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BURY YOUR DEAD 



Chief Inspector Gamache, Louise Penny’s unforgettable detective, is having a recuperative sabbatical with his former mentor, Emile Comeau during Quebec City’s Winter Carnival.

During Gamanche’s visit he continues his research on the Battle of the Plains of Abraham at the Literary and Historical Society’s library.

As usual in Penny’s novels… murder follows the Chief Inspector. An eccentric historical archaeologist is found bludgeoned in the library’s basement.

A great read!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

THE CONCRETE BLONDE

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THE CONCRETE BLONDE



Detective Harry Bosch has single-handedly captured and was forced to eliminate the serial murderer, The Dollmaker.

Now, a high-financed attorney and the widow of the Dollmaker has Detective Bosch in court for excessive force in his capture.

The trial proceeds with many twists and turns as a new letter is handed to Detective Bosch… from the Dollmaker. This, of course, cannot be possible. The Dollmaker, according to the police, was killed.

EXCELLENT! If you like Harry Bosch, you’ll love it!



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

LOOK ALIVE TWENTY-FIVE

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LOOK ALIVE TWENTY-FIVE



Stephanie Plum is at it again.

Her cousin Vinnie is now the owner of a local deli and he has hired her to be store manager. The pay is actually better than she usually makes as Vinnie’s bounty hunter.

There is one problem with the deli… the managers keep being kidnapped – disappearing as they take the trash out from the deli in the evenings – and the only evidence the kidnappers leave behind is one boot.

A quick, fun read.



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

The Brutal Telling

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The Brutal Telling



Another murder, a stranger, is discovered at the local bistro. The first confusing clue- the murder did not occur in the bistro, the victim was moved to the bistro to incriminate its owners.

Who would murder this unknown vagrant and leave him to be discovered at the breakfast hour for all to see?

Chief Inspector Gamache is called in to assist in the solving of the mystery.

Another winner by Louise Penny.



Written for The New York Times Best Sellers.

WILL TRICK PLAYS BE NEEDED?

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The Super Bowl is this weekend.

Each team has been holding private practices and limiting the social fodder they have given the news organizations so that there have been no burning torches to alight and enliven their opponents pregame activities.

Once the game begins, I wonder if either team will go with their tried and true offenses and defenses that got them to the Super Bowl, or will they have to resort to a last minute trick play to outmaneuver the opponent to pull off a victory.



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