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I remember enjoying q second of The First Deadly Sin.
Since then, it’s been a ‘mixed-bag’.

+ 2018 SIXTH COMMANDMENT: Warning – you may not be able to put-it-down; cover-to-cover suspense.

EIGHTH COMMANDMENT: Vague memory of disappointment? Must re-read to determine if ‘donatable’.

TIMOTHY FILES: as above

[1st read] TENTH COMMANDMENT [My version not exactly as shown.]  I
believe I enjoyed this book as much as I did The First Deadly Sin, and it’s what I was hoping for in his writing. [Box17-05]

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Actually, I acquired an Advanced Reader’s CC [orange!] which looks nothing like pix on-line.

I don’t know if it was ME or the book but @ ONE point things did deem somehow ‘DIS-jointed.’.

However, the CHARACTERS are rich-as rich-can-be, and, overall, I enjoyed this VERY much.


That’s all folks!

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Cold Moon: [Box 17-05]…no memory of…

Coffin, Dancer, The: I found this captivating; picture Ironside with all of today’s technology.  Lincoln Rhymes (and others) is a wonderful character!

 

$USA 7.99; CDN11.99!/$1

Kill Room, The: I must have enjoyed this, b/c when I saw The Coffin Dancer I scooped it right up.

$USA $7.99; CDN11.99!/$1
Finished 2018-Aug 07-0754;
Preferred format; Box18-04

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[Also purchased sans book jacket – this is USA publisher 201x]

The 2014, US version was a bit weird for a Canuck, with British slang interspersed with ‘American English’ [theRe is no bl**dy such thing!]

She got most of Jason-the-Canadian right, but he was ED: un-intentionally only a two-dimensional-character [perhaps d/t/her own modesty], and, Ms. Haynes, there was one bit of slang about the hockey room fight that was backwards, @ least in Ontario!

Still, the author’s credits are impressive, and i WOULD read more!

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I got suckered into these by their seemingly historical/cultural back covers.

 

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DARK CROSSINGS  –eeks – had at MINIMUM A Harlequin LOGO ” the very end;
thought could be like Beverly Lewis

  1. CONSTANT HEART, THE
  2. FARTHING WILL DO -I was not familiar with life on the Channel Islands during WWII [Lillian Harry#1]
  3. HALF HIDDEN
  4. KEEP SMILING THOUGH – [Lillian Harry#2]
  5. SECRET LIFE of JOSEPHINE -[Erickson]  ok, this one ‘got’ me TOO! Gorgeous cover In my favourite colour…but i didn’t read closely, enough: WHAT-THE-H-is ‘Historical ENTERTAINMENT’, SVP? 17-07-31 [Box17-05]
    I WOULD  read her MANY prior NON-FICTION i.e., HISTORY, however.
  6. WHAT WE FIND…[Carr] what is ‘women’s fiction’, SVP?

 

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  • AMBLER WARNING…no notes, so i must’ve liked it…[Box17-05]
  • HADES FACTOR: I am usually very wary of these “and(with)” books.

Or maybe i miss LudlUm so much…

Out-of-practice,
I didn’t notice ’til I got home;
but DID enjoy this one….

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GRINGO NIGHTMAREReads like a novel, but it’s true: http://gringonightmare.com/

That’s all folks!

 

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