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Dear Child by Romy Hausmann | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! While I have not been reading as much as I usually do, when I received this ARC in the mail I knew I needed to start it right away! As I shared in my most recent monthly wrap-up, this novel was originally written and published in Germany. After receiving… Continue reading Dear Child by Romy Hausmann | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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The End of Her by Shari Lapena | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! One of my favourite things to do in fall is catch up on my mystery/thriller TBR pile! With fall weather comes a chill in the air, which - in my opinion - calls for some spooky and intense novels! Shari Lapena is one of the most popular Canadian thriller… Continue reading The End of Her by Shari Lapena | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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Don’t Look For Me by Wendy Walker (eARC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! Wendy Walker is a very popular and widely enjoyed mystery/thriller writer that I had never read from before. I believe her previous publication was a YA mystery, which I don't typically read. However, when I heard about Walker's newest novel, Don't Look For Me, I immediately knew I wanted… Continue reading Don’t Look For Me by Wendy Walker (eARC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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The First To Lie Review by Hank Phillippi Ryan (eARC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! Ever since I purchased my very first Kindle (more on that soon!), I have been making a significant dent through my 2020 Netgalley eARCs! Most of my Netgalley eARCs are made up on Mystery/Thriller novels, and one of my most anticipated from the bunch was The First To Lie… Continue reading The First To Lie Review by Hank Phillippi Ryan (eARC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware (eARC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! Ruth Ware is one of the most well known mystery/thriller authors in the genre. She has written and published seven mystery/thriller novels, all of which have become hugely successful. Her newest novel, set to be released in September 2020, is already receiving high praise. I had never read a… Continue reading The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware (eARC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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The Switch by Beth O’Leary | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! Believe it or not, I have taken a short break from my dark and crazy mystery/thrillers and have been working my way through my unread contemporary romance novels! Although I claim that my favourite genre is mystery/thriller, contemporary romance novels always seem to take up a good chunk of… Continue reading The Switch by Beth O’Leary | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon (FC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! After reading so many mystery/thrillers over the past few months, I was in need of a good romance "palette cleanser" novel. I had a few of them to chose from, so I decided to read through the first page to see which one intrigued me the most. When I… Continue reading The Boyfriend Project by Farrah Rochon (FC) | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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Playing Nice by J.P. Delaney | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! As you may know by now, I have recently been reading new Mystery/Thriller novels like it is nobody's business! The mystery/thriller genre has been my favourite since 2018, but I think I have read more books from that genre this year than I did all of last year! In… Continue reading Playing Nice by J.P. Delaney | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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The Passengers by John Marrs | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome to Reading, Reading, Reading! As you may know, John Marrs has quickly become one of my new favourite authors of all time. His mystery/thriller novels are practically perfect in every way (movie reference, anybody?)! For the second half of 2020, I am going to try to get through all of John Marrs backlist publications,… Continue reading The Passengers by John Marrs | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

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Hamartia by Raquel Rich | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review

Welcome back to Reading, Reading, Reading! If you are a frequent reader of my book blog, you will notice that I rarely read Sci-Fi novels. That being said, when I was first approached by Raquel to read her novel, Hamartia, I thought that the premise sounded very different from most Sci-Fi novels. Since the synopsis… Continue reading Hamartia by Raquel Rich | A Reading, Reading, Reading Review