Blog posts tagged "Mystery"

A woman reading by a pool
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Jun. 15, 2022 - 4:05 pm
Picture it in your mind: the perfect summer day. Your children play quietly in the pool at your feet, glistening with aqua blue as the sun reflects off the water. Shadows of little waves dance across your face. In your hand is a cold beverage, sweating against your palm. You smell sunscreen touched...
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Jan. 16, 2020 - 5:30 pm
Basically at this point, B.A. Paris is my new favorite author. I've read three of her books and I'm amazed at how masterful she is at telling a story so well that you not only don't see the twist and turns coming, you don't even have time to second guess the plot. As much as I loved Behind Closed...
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Jan. 02, 2020 - 12:02 pm
Ever get that feeling when you finish a book that you want to read something drastically different, something fresh? I know the feeling well. I remember feeling this at the end of October (a month when I only read creepy books). I was desperate for something – anything – different. For many of us...
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Dec. 10, 2019 - 5:37 pm
I finished B.A. Paris' Behind Closed Doors in two days.  Hooked from the very first page, I couldn't put it down. The crazy thing is, I saw Behind Closed Doors in passing when I needed a back-up book because my stack at home was getting low.  Low-ish for me anyway. Having only three or four books...
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Jun. 01, 2017 - 11:57 am
Who did? Where did he go? Is he dead? What are the answers to these questions? Do you want to know? Are you just looking for something to read? Whatever the answer is, why not give one of these mysterious mysteries for all ages a shot? The Cat Who… by Lilian Jackson Braun The cat who...could read...
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Jul. 01, 2015 - 1:38 pm
When I was younger I enjoyed watching The Addams Family television show. I was so intrigued by the unique, dark, yet light-hearted story lines. I loved the quirky cast, especially the daughter, Wednesday, who had a black widow spider as a pet, beheaded all of her dolls and was a supernaturally...