Category Archives: crime novels

No Sizzle to Sixteen

The only reason I finished reading Sizzling Sixteen was because a good friend gave me the series up through book 19, and told me that the books get better in 18 & 19. Also, because once I read the books, … Continue reading

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Don’t Profile this Author

Profiles in Murder is my least favorite profiling book that I’ve read so far. I appreciated that Vorpagel covered all types of profiling, especially death scene investigation: figuring out if a death was a murder, suicide, or accident. That was … Continue reading

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(Insert Literary Reference Here)

Finally! I’m finished with The Eyre Affair! I felt like it took FOREVER. This was partly because I was listening to it on audio while I did housework–but also because I’ve discovered that audio books only take me forever to … Continue reading

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Seeking a “real” book

My husband keeps telling me I need to read “real books”. By real books, he means books written for adults. After a string of lackluster young adult novels, I was starting to wonder if he was right. I needed a … Continue reading

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