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JenacideByBibliophile Review: Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher, Flatiron Books, via NetGalley for an honest review.

Opinion: *Sigh*…do you feel it guys? October is coming. Oooooh the leaves are beginning to fall; the air is starting to smell like brisk air and dying trees! Girls are buying pumpkin spice lattes, and those lovely goths and wicken’s are patiently waiting for Halloween. So here I am, giving the gift of words to put you in the mood of October…if you haven’t yet transitioned. A story with drow

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Liz Review: I really enjoyed the Widow by Fiona Barton, so I was looking forward to her next mystery. And I have no complaints. If not quite as good, it was still a very enjoyable mystery that I can heartily recommend.

This is a fast paced mystery told from the perspective of four different women. Short punchy chapters keep this book moving right along. At first I was worried about keeping the women straight, but no problems there. Kate is a reporter who zeros in on the story of a baby’s skeleton found at t

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Jody Review: Veryl, Cato, Dev and Samina

Samina is grieving the loss of her soon to be mate a year after he was killed by the same poison that almost killer Better in the first book. She spends all of her time in the lab trying to figure out the poison and a cure for it. She is a doctor in the League but hasn't seen any patients since Talon was killed. Her boss forces her to take a vacation. She decides that she wants a baby so she asks Gerri Wilder to set her up with someone to mate for a baby but not love.
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Julie Review: Al Franken: Giant of the Senate is a 2017 Twelve publication.

It’s always a slippery slope when reviewing a non-fiction politically based book. However, in the states, the current political polarization makes it even more of a challenge.

But, never fear, this review will not be a political commentary. Franken's views fall within party lines, and if you are a democrat you will agree with him on most issues, and if not, you do know going in what his values are and what his political opinions will

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Mukikamu Review: I am back on the track of forgotten travel books with Jens Bjerre’s Last Cannibals. It was an easy and highly enjoyable read.
To give you a taste of it, here is a few things you can learn from the book:

- how native Australians deal with birth control
- why you must never hurry
- how could soldiers drown in the Sahara
- whether there are camels in Australia
- why you should never force people living in houses on water ashore
- how girls in New Guinea solved the etiquette problem of covering their breas

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