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What We Are Reading: Mysteries

75 Books Challenge for 2018

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Dec 26, 2017, 10:33am Top

Colonel Mustard did what to Miss Scarlett? Shocking! Share all the details here!

Jan 2, 10:21am Top

My first book if 2018 is New Orleans Mourning by Julie Smith also a new author to me.

Jan 2, 10:42am Top

I'm in the middle of Lightning Men, a police procedural set in 1950 Atlanta centering on some of the first African American officers on the Atlanta PD. Very well written, very true to the times.

Jan 2, 11:38am Top

>2 cindysprocket: I hope you like that one better than I did when I read it, probably in pre-LT days.

Jan 3, 9:57am Top

It is funny you should say that. I'm into 70 odd pages. Nothing has even started about investigating the murder. On to another book.

Jan 3, 2:45pm Top

>5 cindysprocket: It's good to know it wasn't just me!

Jan 8, 8:29pm Top

Just starting the psychological thriller into the water by Paula Hawkins.

Jan 9, 9:36am Top

Finished a enjoyable fast read The Shivering Turn by Sally Spencer.

Feb 4, 4:33pm Top

About to start Meg Gardiner's UNSUB.

Feb 13, 3:45pm Top

Finished Takeover by Lisa Black

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