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Two Can Keep a Secret – Karen M. McManus – #20booksofsummer

I did it! This is my 10th book of the #20booksofsummer reading challenge hosted by Vathy at 746books.This is also my first book completed in the Trope-ical Readathon. This book fulfilled the Disappearance Trope. Blurb:A perfect town is hiding secrets. Secrets that somebody would kill to keep hidden. Ellery's never been to Echo Ridge, but… Continue reading Two Can Keep a Secret – Karen M. McManus – #20booksofsummer

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Mindhunter – John Douglas & Mark Olshaker – #20booksofsummer

So close! This is my 9th book of 10 in the 10booksofsummer challenge hosted by Cathy at 746books. Blurb:John Douglas is a former FBI Special Agent and expert in criminal profiling and behavioural science. He made a career of looking evil in the eye - and understanding it. No wonder that he was the inspiration… Continue reading Mindhunter – John Douglas & Mark Olshaker – #20booksofsummer

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Solo – Kwame Alexander & Mary Rand Hess – #20booksofsummer

This is my 7th book for the #20booksofsummer challenge hosted by Cathy at 746books. Blurb:Blade never asked for a life of the rich and famous. In fact, he’d give anything not to be the son of Rutherford Morrison, a washed-up rock star and drug addict with delusions of a comeback. Or to no longer be… Continue reading Solo – Kwame Alexander & Mary Rand Hess – #20booksofsummer

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The Girl With The Louding Voice – Abi Dare – #20booksofsummer

I listened to this as an audiobook but I'm still counting it as my 6th book of the 10BooksofSummerChallenge. Blurb:Mama say: "Your schooling is your voice, child. It will be speaking for you even if you didn't open your mouth to talk. It will be speaking till the day God is calling you come." That… Continue reading The Girl With The Louding Voice – Abi Dare – #20booksofsummer

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Dark Matter – Blake Crouch – #20booksofsummer

#20booksofsummer reading challenge hosted by Cathy@746books. Blurb: 'Are you happy in your life?'Those are the last words Jason Dessen hears before the masked abductor knocks him unconscious. Before he awakes to find himself strapped to a gurney, surrounded by strangers in hazmat suits. Before the man he's never met smiles down at him and says,… Continue reading Dark Matter – Blake Crouch – #20booksofsummer

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Killing Eve – Luke Jennings – #20booksofsummer

The #20booksofsummer reading challenge is hosted by Cathy@746books. Blurb: She is the perfect assassin. A Russian orphan, saved from the death penalty for the brutal revenge she took on her gangster father's killers. Ruthlessly trained. Given a new life. New names, new faces - whichever fits. Her paymasters call themselves The Twelve. But she knows… Continue reading Killing Eve – Luke Jennings – #20booksofsummer

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The Shining – Stephen King – #20booksofsummer

Part of my #20booksofsummer reading challenge hosted by 746books.com Blurb: Danny is only five years old, but in the words of old Mr Hallorann he is a 'shiner', aglow with psychic voltage. When his father becomes caretaker of the Overlook Hotel, Danny's visions grow out of control. As winter closes in and blizzards cut them… Continue reading The Shining – Stephen King – #20booksofsummer

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Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered – Karin Kilgariff & Georgia Hardstark #20booksofsummer

#20booksofsummer reading challenge hosted by @746books Blurb: Sharing never-before-heard stories ranging from their struggles with depression, eating disorders, and addiction, Karen and Georgia irreverently recount their biggest mistakes and deepest fears, reflecting on the formative life events that shaped them into two of the most followed voices in the podcasting world. In Stay Sexy &… Continue reading Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered – Karin Kilgariff & Georgia Hardstark #20booksofsummer

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The Night Train to Lisbon – Pascal Mercier #20booksofsummer

#20booksofsummer by @746books Blurb: Night Train to Lisbon tells the story of mild-mannered, middle-aged Classics scholar Raimund Gregorius. When, one afternoon, he walks out of his class while in the middle of giving a lesson, his uncharacteristic impulsiveness surprises him as much as his students. This break from his usually predictable routine is driven by… Continue reading The Night Train to Lisbon – Pascal Mercier #20booksofsummer