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 ...

Mailbox Mondays: October 1, 2012

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Welcome to this week’s Mailbox Monday which is hosted this month by Marcia at The Mailbox Monday Blog. In my mailbox today I received these books today morning, and I am already halfway through the Sophie Kinsella book. Her stories are always so breezy and fast-moving. Also looking forward to Guilty Wives by James Patterson ...

My First Tag of 2010

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My reading efforts and my life in general has been pretty lacklustre of late. Nothing eventful to blog about. Couple of weeks back, the snubnose was down with pneumonia. In the ensuing worry, leave from office, and so on, I have had to do some massive catch-up with work, and it is not over yet. I ...

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 ...