Rebecca Crunden

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A Touch of Death (The Outla...

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Book Review: The Murder Next Door (2021)

The Murder Next Door by Sarah Bell

sapphic. mystery. 1912.

I don’t read a lot of historical mysteries (Agatha Christie would not be impressed), but the description was just so intriguing and I’m on a costume drama roll~ television wise at the minute. (Cable Girls, yo! More historical lgbt+ awesomeness!)

Right, so The Murder Next Door follows Louisa and Ada throughout 1912 as they try to s

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Rebecca Crunden Rebecca Crunden said: " I’d heard that time had a way of healing wounds. I’d never found that to be true in myself. Most of the time, wounds just festered.



Oh my gosh, I was not expecting this novel! Reber weaves a wonderful contemporary mystery with rich characters.

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Well, that doesn't sound terrifying at all.



I'm so impressed by Jayme Bean's debut novel! The rich imagery and detail is amazingly well actualis
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I am absolutely obsessed with the artwork for this book (and the others in the series!). \o/

This is definitely a dark fantasy! I haven't read the other books in the Storm Series yet, but after listening to Tales of Solomon Pace, I'm
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Despite what you are about to read, I am not the hero of this tale.

Into the Dark is like if you mixed Suicide Squad with Good Omens, and added a dash of The Boys. And it's so. freaking. funny.

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I’d heard that time had a way of healing wounds. I’d never found that to be true in myself. Most of the time, wounds just festered.

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❧ audiobook review

I am absolutely obsessed with the artwork for this book (and the others in the series!). \o/

This is definitely a dark fantasy! I haven't read the other books in the Storm Series yet, but after listening to Tales of Solomon Pace, I'm
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“All pieces must play their part, little queen. I mean to cross your path again. Helping will bring you no harm – nor anyone else. I can make certain everyone leaves alive.”
Rebecca Crunden, A Game of Wings and Marks

“But if the night’s events hadn’t made sense then, they made even less sense now. And five years had served only to drive him mad with unanswered questions.”
Rebecca Crunden, Haze

“The tome weighed more than all of their schoolbooks combined and smelled musty, like a shop filled with things much older than themselves. Each page looked one breath away from breaking, and the boys took great pains not to damage the book.”
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“The first man who, having fenced in a piece of land, said "This is mine," and found people naïve enough to believe him, that man was the true founder of civil society. From how many crimes, wars, and murders, from how many horrors and misfortunes might not any one have saved mankind, by pulling up the stakes, or filling up the ditch, and crying to his fellows: Beware of listening to this impostor; you are undone if you once forget that the fruits of the earth belong to us all, and the earth itself to nobody.”
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Vaishali • [V.L. Book Reviews] Thank you for the friend request, Rebecca!
Look forward to being bookish friends ;) Xxx


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