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Broken

Broken

BookishBiker   2/17/19   Reviews

I have gone around and around on how to rate Broken, and how to review it. Part of me wanted to rate it low because it's just so…

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Unmarriageable

Unmarriageable

BookishBiker   1/1/19   Reviews

In case I’ve never said it before (though I’m fairly certain I have), I am a sucker for Jane Austen and, by extension,…

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Perfect Bones

Perfect Bones

BookishBiker   12/7/18   Reviews

I’m going to preface this by saying I’m a huge fan of author A.J. Waines. I liked her Girl On The Train better, and her books…

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Don’t Let Me In

Don’t Let Me In

BookishBiker   10/25/18   Reviews

Sarah Kelly was a respected TV journalist, until an attack in her own home left her housebound, crippled by agoraphobia and fear.…

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Under My Skin

Under My Skin

BookishBiker   9/26/18   Reviews

A year after her husband was brutally murdered while jogging in Central Park, and after suffering a mental breakdown, Poppy has…

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Lies

Lies

BookishBiker   8/21/18   Reviews

Joe Lynch is an average kinda guy. He’s a teacher, married to a beautiful woman, with an adorable four-year-old son. He’s…

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The Bitter End

The Bitter End

BookishBiker   7/24/18   Reviews

I opted to review this book based on the blurb, and quickly discovered all was not as it seemed. The Bitter End is a…

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Jar of Hearts

Jar of Hearts

BookishBiker   6/27/18   Reviews

Hooo, boy! This one was a page-turner! Jennifer Hillier delivers a well-written and gripping story with characters that are…

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Stench

Stench

BookishBiker   5/21/18   Reviews

I have to admit, I kinda balked at the title on this one - it was just so “in your face”, but it turned out to be wonderfully…

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Bring Me Back

Bring Me Back

BookishBiker   5/7/18   Reviews

Who’d have thought Russian Stacking Dolls could be nefarious? Turns out, they are when they suddenly start appearing on the…

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