Tag Archives James Patterson

Mailbox Mondays: The Mid-May Edition

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Welcome to Mailbox Monday, a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued. I've rejected review requests left, right. and center this month. I am in the middle of a terrible reading slump (not really reflected in my blog, as I have reviews queued up consistently), but it's been an awful slog just trying to ...

Meme: Six in Six

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I saw this meme over at The Bookworm Chronicles and decided this was the perfect way to showcase the books I read this year and loved or disappointed with. In this meme, I catalog books in chunks of sixes like so: Six new authors to me Abraham Verghese George R.R.Martin Alice Munro Jonathan Safran Foer Jo Nesbo Kishwar Desai Six authors I have ...

Private Berlin

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Christopher Schneider is an agent with an elite investigation team, Private, at their Berlin office. Mysteriously, he has disappeared, and his fellow agent and ex-fiancée, Mattie, and the rest of the team are out to find him. Retracing the days leading up to his disappearance uncovers dark truths about Chris’s childhood, and a ...

Mailbox Mondays: August 05, 2013

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Welcome to this week’s Mailbox Monday which is hosted this month by The Reading Fever. Random House publications sent me a varied selection of books this week. http://instagram.com/p/cZB9MtwyPX/ I am really looking forward to The Goddess Chronicle by Natsuo Kirino, which I am planning to read as part of the Japanese Literature Reading Challenge overseen ...

Guilty Wives

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Guilty Wives by James Patterson and David Ellis On a girls only ultra-glamorous vacation to Monte Carlo, four women get entangled in a high-profile murder. Before you can say boo, they are tried, found guilty, and imprisoned for life in a horrific French jail. Now it is up to Abbie Elliot the toughest of ...

Witch & Wizard

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Yet another one of James Patterson's series books meant for young adults. Seriously, how many such series books has he got going on right now? Witch & Wizard deals with brother-sister teens - Whit and Wisty. They are suddenly grabbed from their house in the middle of the night and put in prison. Why? Because the ...