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B is for Burglar (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries, No. 2)

B is for Burglar (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries, No. 2)

B is for Burglar (Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries, No. by Sue Grafton

Mike Wingate, abandoned by his father at four and raised in foster care, is finally living the life he always dreamed of—he’s happily married with a precocious 8-year-old daughter, and his construction company is about to finish a “green” housing development that will secure a solid future for them all...more on boikeno.com

Mike Wingate, abandoned by his father at four and raised in foster care, is finally living the life he always dreamed of—he’s happily married with a precocious 8-year-old daughter, and his construction company is about to finish a “green” housing development that will secure a solid future for them all...more on boikeno.com

Sanibel Scribbles... my family's favorite vacay spot! My mom's read this of course

my family's favorite vacay spot! My mom's read this of course

You're Next

Mystery & Suspense, kept me guessing till the end. VERY GOOD book, easy read, would recommend!

Review from The Millions: "French does many things very, very well in Broken Harbor. The writing, for one. Just as any shot of liquor could get me drunk, any well-plotted mystery novel could probably keep me turning its pages. It’s the beauty of Tana French’s prose, however — lines like, “Interesting fact from the front lines: raw grief smells like ripped leaves and splintered branches, a jagged green shriek,” and, “darker than the inside of bone” — that makes me enjoy turning those pages."

In Broken Harbour, a ghost estate outside Dublin - half-built, half-inhabited, half-abandoned - two children and their father are dead. The mother is

Hidden Bodies

“There’s something deeply insidious about the storytelling of Caroline Kepnes. As satire of a self-absorbed society, Kepnes hits the mark, cuts deep,.

A book deal wasn’t far behind: Kate’s debut collection of essays, Mother, Can You Not?, hits bookstores this week. | This Is The Craziest Jewish Mom You'll Ever Meet

This Is The Craziest Jewish Mom You'll Ever Meet

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