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Never Coming Home

Book Review Never Coming Home by Hannah Mary McKinnon A non-stop psychological thriller that kept me up past bedtime, wildly inhaling chapters. This was one book that I could not put down!

The Master Craftsman

Book Review The Master Craftsman by Kelli Stuart When Ava’s estranged father, a world-renowned treasurer hunter, is diagnosed with only weeks to live, she takes on his final mission as her own — to find Fabergé’s last treasure. This dual-timeline takes readers on a hunt for long-lost Imperial egg, and in the process, treats us to a tale of love, …

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The Surgeon’s Daughter

Book Review The Surgeon’s Daughter by Audrey Blake Ready for one of my most anticipated reads of 2022? The Surgeon’s Daughter is the follow-up novel to The Girl in His Shadow (which was one of my favorite reads from 2021!) Last year, I completely fell in love with this moving and inspirational story, and I wasn’t ready to part ways …

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What Remains True

Book Review What Remains True by Nancy Naigle A corporate businesswoman escaping her past… A rodeo bull rider who vows not to be distracted for the best season of his life… A little girl who’s never met her father… And three months that might just change each of their lives.

Until We Meet

Book Review Until We Meet by Camille Di Maio Reader’s Thoughts: Until We Meet is a character-based novel, following the stories of three young women who are at home in New York during the second world war. This lovely story of hope and patriotism is built upon the beautiful friendship of Margaret, Gladys, and Dottie — and the men who …

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Unmasked

Book Review Unmasked by Paul Holes I first heard about the Golden State Killer from Michelle McNamara’s book, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark. The fact that this murderer had gone undetected for so long — an individual who had raped, killed, and traumatized so many — was horrifying. And yet, like many of us, I was fascinated by the …

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Sweet Reads March Box Review

Book Box Review March Book Box Review from Sweet Reads Hello, bookfriends! If you’ve been following The 52 Book Club over on Instagram, you may have noticed that I recently participated in revealing the Sweet Reads Book Box for March. I was chosen as one of the Sweet Reads Box spring reps, and I’m super excited to share the March …

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Lessons in Chemistry

Book Review Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus “Children, set the table. Your mother needs a moment to herself.”

Bluebird

Book Review Bluebird by Genevieve Graham WWI tunnellers, bootlegging, Bluebird nurses serving on the front lines… Bluebird is an absolute delight for fans of historical fiction. Set amidst the violent but glamorous backdrop of 1920s prohibition, this story brings Canadian history to life on the page!

Until Leaves Fall in Paris

Book Review Until Leaves Fall in Paris by Sarah Sundin If you’ve been hanging around here for a while, you’ll know that I love historical fiction. Specifically, WWII novels. I’m always on the lookout for authors who can transport me to a new time and place — but in a way that feels creative, and explores little known historical facts. …

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