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Dead Inside by Noelle Holten #Review @nholten40 @KillerReads

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Three men were murdered, and they all had two things in common: a history of domestic violence and Probation Officer Lucy Sherwood. DC Maggie Jamieson and her team are in the midst of their investigation when Lucy’s husband becomes the fourth victim. Is it all a terrible coincidence, or is Lucy a killer? The team needs to solve these crimes, and soon… before someone else turns up dead.

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The Family Table Slow Cooker by Dominique DeVito #Review

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When you’ve got a busy day ahead of you, the last thing you want to worry about is getting dinner on the table. If you’ve got a slow cooker, there’s nothing to worry about. Dinner can cook itself, so to speak,  while you take care of everything else that needs doing.

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Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II by Robert Matzen #Review @RobertMatzen

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Audrey Hepburn is best remembered for her starring roles in films—such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Roman Holiday, and My Fair Lady—and for her work as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. But what is known about her life during the years of World War 2? In Dutch Girl, Robert Matzen reveals the terrors and triumphs young Audrey experienced during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.

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The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara Zgheib #Review @StMartinsPress

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Anna Roux is a former ballet dancer from France, now living in Missouri with her husband, Matthias. When we first meet Anna, she is in Bedroom 5 at 17 Swann Street. She is 26 years old, weighs 88 pounds, and has been forced to seek treatment for the anorexia that is slowly killing her.

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Plantagenet Princess, Tudor Queen: The Story of Elizabeth of York by Samantha Wilcoxson #Review @carpe_librum

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Elizabeth of York was the daughter of Edward IV, niece of Richard III, wife of Henry VII, and mother of Henry VIIIMargaret, Queen of Scotland, and Mary, Queen of France. But what was she like as a person? In Plantagenet Princess, Tudor Queen: The Story of Elizabeth of York, Samantha Wilcoxson brings the matriarch of the Tudor Dynasty to life for readers of historical fiction.

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