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message 1: by Gem , Moderator & Admin (last edited Aug 09, 2018 01:31PM) (new)

Gem  Paullin | 1299 comments Mod
What are we 📚 reading 📚in September?

These discussions will be opened on August 29th.

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For 🛶September 2018❄️ our book discussions are:

General Reads:

🥇One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus
no spoilers
spoilers permitted

🥈Orphan X by Gregg Hurwitz
no spoilers
spoilers permitted

Subgenre (Courtroom/Legal⚖️) Read:

* The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly
no spoilers
spoilers permitted

Cozy Corner:

Death of a Gossip by M.C. Beaton
no spoilers
spoilers permitted

Moderator's Choice:Her Royal Spyness🔍 by Rhys Bowen
no spoilers
spoilers permitted

Cozy Mystery Series details to be announced.

✒️Focus on the Author✒️

September 2 - 15
Crooked House 🏠 by Agatha Christie
please mark spoilers

"A Crooked House" marks the end of our Focus on Agatha Christie.

September 16 - 30
* The next Focus author will be Michael Connelly who happens to be the author of September's Subgenre read: The Lincoln Lawyer . Instead of putting that book into rotation for the project, anyone interested in our Focus on Michael Connelly is encouraged to read and participate in the discussions for "The Lincoln Lawyer" no spoilers, spoilers permitted this month. Further details on this series to be announced.

True Crime

Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders by Vincent Bugliosi
September & October Book Discusssion

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James Callan (jamesrcallan) | 2 comments As many mid-term elections are being held this November, I recommend reading Political Dirty Trick, A Crystal Moore Suspense. It's not a political book, but a suspense/thriller set during a campaign for a state governor.

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Leonard Krishtalka (goodreadscomuser_kris4138) | 12 comments I would like to recommend THE BONE FIELD, which was just featured by Publishers Weekly as having one of the best first lines among recent novels, and as a PW Select Mystery/Thriller. It is a science intrigue wrapped inside a human intrigue, and the first of a trilogy of Iron City Mysteries featuring the PI Harry Przewalski. Great reviews on Amazon.

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Sonya marie madden | 68 comments The. Lincoln lawyer is good

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Skye | 200 comments I am so glad you enjoyed it. Have you read other books by Connelly

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G.Franklin Prue (gfranklinprue) | 2 comments I read the first John Husker detective mystery. It was a great read that has you freezing in the bad weather of Connecticut...The GOLDEN ARMS by G. Franklin Prue

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Soul longings | 2 comments Lincoln lawyer was on my reading list since months , I have been a big fan of Harry bosch series written by Connelly

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Skye | 200 comments I am still reading Lincoln Lawyer, Jane Eyre, Thorn Birds, and another book.

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Amanda Halpin | 1 comments I've just finished reading One Night Only by G.P. Ritchie. It's an Edinburgh crime fiction novel but with an extra ingredient by way of a splash of metaphysical mystery. I thought it was a really great read. Highly recommended.

One Night Only by G.P. Ritchie
One Night Only

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