Monthly Archives: January 2016

Review: The Traitor’s Wife by Allison Pataki

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: Socialite Peggy Shippen is half Benedict Arnold’s age when she seduces the war hero during his stint as military commander of Philadelphia. Blinded by his young bride’s beauty and wit, Arnold does not realize that … Continue reading

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Review: Bird Box by Josh Malerman

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: Something is out there, something terrifying that must not be seen. One glimpse of it, and a person is driven to deadly violence. No one knows what it is or where it came from. Five … Continue reading

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Review: The Professor and the Madman by Simon Winchester

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: Hidden within the rituals of the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary is a fascinating mystery. Professor James Murray was the distinguished editor of the OED project. Dr. William Chester Minor, an American surgeon who … Continue reading

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Notes on Reading 1/17/16

It’s 10:30 on a Sunday night and I am still up!!  I’m not going too crazy though.  I’m off tomorrow 😉 Last week was pretty awesome for me as far as reading goes. I finished: The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana … Continue reading

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Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: A debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people’s lives. Rachel takes the same commuter train every morning. Every day she rattles down the track, flashes past a stretch … Continue reading

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Review: Night Film by Marisha Pessl

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: On a damp October night, beautiful young Ashley Cordova is found dead in an abandoned warehouse in lower Manhattan. Though her death is ruled a suicide, veteran investigative journalist Scott McGrath suspects otherwise. As he … Continue reading

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Review: Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed, Edited by Meghan Daum

Here’s the description from Goodreads.com: One of the main topics of cultural conversation during the last decade was the supposed “fertility crisis,” and whether modern women could figure out a way to way to have it all–a successful, demanding career … Continue reading

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