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October 25, 2018


Barbara Anne

Interesting title - thanks! Not generally my cup of tea but I'm waiting my turn for The Clockmaker's Daughte from the library.

New blog???


Barbara Anne

Please put a 's' on the end of 'title' and a 'r' on the end of Daughter' in the above post. Thanks! No coffee yet. :)


Already had a few of these books in my hands but the only one I've read yet is 'The girl before'. I found it okay but wouldn't read it a second time (if I really love a book or series I reread them again and again).

Linda Smith

I read The Girl Before last year and I thought it was very well done. It was hard to put down. I enjoy your lists of books you've read with a brief synopsis. I appreciate a recommendation.

Karen Likens

My favorite is Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. The first reading left such a huge impression on me.


You, my friend, are a prolific reader! I'm always amazed at how much you get accomplished! Have a nice weekend!

Anne Simonot

Have you read Night Film? Kind of horror-lite, about a reclusive filmmaker, his dark, twisted movies, mysterious happenings, a journalist on a quest for the truth. Extremely entertaining! Also creepy and worth reading (creepy or supernatural being one of my favourite genres to read): The Little Stranger, Wylding Hall, The Historian, The String Diaries, House of Many Shadows (written in the 70s, an oldie but a favourite), Let the Right One In, and The White Road by Sarah Lotz. And The Silent Companions was excellent!


Thanks for the gray review and tips on good reads on the cheap! I wish I could find more audible books for cheap as they seem pricey but are so easy to listen to.

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