Crime fiction
As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust (Flavia de Luce #7) by Alan Bradley, Mystery Book

 I don’t even want to talk about it except to say OMG WTF.  (Alison MacCarty about this book) Indeed. I wanted a mystery for a change and picked As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust for the never-ending praises about the Flavia…

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Visions (Cainsville 2) by Kelley Armstrong, Urban Fantasy Book

The second book of the Cainsville series was a massive disappointment for me. Even though Visions had much stronger urban fantasy elements than Omens, which I enjoyed, it almost completely set aside the overarching story about the Larsens’ convicted murders….

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Omens, Cainsville #1 by Kelley Armstrong

Omens and I had a bad start: I was rolling my eyes right from the second chapter when we meet Olivia, her wealthy family, her imminent wedding with an handsome gentleman, and her being bored at doing charity work instead of…

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Deadroads by Robin Riopelle, Supernatural

Like most couples, the Sarrazins have a few disagreements. As rarely seen though, they mainly argue about ghosts: Aurie, the father, sends ghost on their way to whatever is next, whereas his wife Mireille believes ghosts make good pets. Unfortunately,…

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