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Private London
by James Patterson

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A fast-paced but ultimately predictable story.

A Taste For Vengeance
by Martin Walker

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Bruno, Chief of Police, is one of my top five mystery series, and I've just caught up on a few earlier ones I'd missed, so it makes me sad that it will be too long a wait now that I've enjoyed his 2018 adventure.

The Sinners
by Ace Atkins

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Quinn Colson is getting ready for his wedding, but the trucking company his best man has just gone to work for turns out to be smuggling electronics, drugs,---and people.

The Only Story
by Julian Barnes

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This is the story of a 19 year old man who begins an affair with a 48 year old woman that forms the basis of his entire life. You follow the narrator through the more than ten year affair to the end of his life. The impact of the affair impacts every decision he makes. It is a haunting story.

An Excellent Mystery
by Ellis Peters

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The 12th Century monk Brother Cadfael solves another crime. The title of this book is very apt, as it is indeed an excellent mystery!

The High Tide Club Mary Kay Andrews
by Mary Kay Andrews

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The female friendships formed are inspiring. The plot itself stretches credulity and leaves some questions unanswered. Mary Kay's earlier books had characters with sharper wit and funny dialogue. This one does not have that.

Paris Time Capsule
by Ella Carey

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A sweet love story unfolds as two strangers work to uncover the story behind a surprise inheritance. However, the mystery that brought them together unfolds too quickly at the end, almost as an afterthought.

Little Fires Everywhere
by Celeste Ng

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I loved this book because my Mom grew up in the town and it was fun to read about all of the familiar places mentioned in the book.

Lucky You
by Carl Hiaasen

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Pretty funny chase story, as a veterinary nurse tries to retrieve her stolen winning Lotto ticket, with help from a small-town reporter.

Murder on the Orient Express
by Agatha Christie

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Listened to the audiobook, read by Dan Stevens. Highly recommend.
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