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A Half-baked Murder
by Emily George

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A fun cozy mystery with a different twist. Chloe moves home after a bad break up in Paris. Her aunt encourages her to open a cannabis cafe, after Chloe makes some cannabis brownies to help her sick grandmother. Meanwhile a body is found in the town park. Who did it and will Chloe get the permits she needs to open her cafe?

Women And Girls On The Autism Spectrum, Second Edition
by Sarah Hendrickx

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Very good resource for articulating the experiences of autistic women, throughout their life. Would also serve as a good guide for neurotypical individuals who wanted to gain a better understanding of the challenges faced by autistic woman in navigating their lives.

The One That Got Away With Murder
by Trish Lundy

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3.5 stars. This book was just ok for me. I feel like all the stuff these high school kids went through was a little over the top. This is an edge-of-your-seat debut YA thriller about a teen who is forced to confront her past to catch a murderer before she ends up the next victim. I also read this book while in a bad mood, so maybe that contributed to me not liking it as much

The Other Mothers
by Katherine Faulkner

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This book was an enjoyable read. It falls into the troupe of rich English mom group drama thrillers. A new mom, Tash, is welcomed into the fold of a group of rich and wealthy mothers, but when a second young woman is found dead, Tash looks closer at her new group of friends. I really enjoy these types of books, and I’d recommend them for a good beach or vacation read.

The Lost Bookshop
by Evie Woods

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For too long, Opaline, Martha, and Henry have been the side characters in their own lives. But when a vanishing bookshop casts its spell, these three unsuspecting strangers will discover that their own stories are every bit as extraordinary as the ones found in the pages of their beloved books. And by unlocking the secrets of the shelves, they find themselves transported to a world of wonder… where nothing is as it seems. This book is an interesting read, the plot had potential to be a good story but there were some downfalls in the writing. The book follows along with three characters and two timelines. The characters are not fully formed and timelines don’t make a lot of sense. I enjoyed reading this but I don’t know I would recommend to anyone else to read.

Perfume And Pain
by Anna Dorn

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Perfume and Pain is a semi-autofictional novel by Anna Dorn that follows a writer struggling to find purpose post-publication of her latest novel. While dealing with the fallout of being slightly canceled on literary Twitter, she gets entangled in some messy romantic endeavors and tries to contend with her substance abuse issues, all while trying to find her stride with writing again. Reading this book felt like being on a rollercoaster, and I enjoyed the controlled anxiety of it all. Anna Dorn is so smart, and so great at writing observational humor that feels very of-the-moment. I was really impressed by the way she balanced that with some high brow conversations about academia and the work of other famous writers like Patricia Highsmith, Donna Tartt, and Bret Easton Ellis. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a fun (albeit stressful) beach read, or anyone who enjoyed the shows Love (on Netflix, starring Gillian Jacobs) and Bojack Horseman.

by Karen Kingsbury

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This is the first book in the "Firstborn series," which follows the Baxter Family Drama. This book centers around Dayne Matthews, the long-lost brother of the Baxter family. The book centered around fame and how it impacts Dayne and could possibly impact Katy, a local children's theater producer. The colliding of Hollywood and small-town America is well-written, leaving readers feeling as though they have a glimpse into two different worlds within the pages. I am giving this book 3 out of 5 stars, as I do wish there was more closure at the end of the novel...I guess you will just have to read the next book in the series to find out what happens!

Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six
by Lisa Unger

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Giving “Cape Fear” vibes, privilege isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. When a family rents a luxury cabin in the woods, they have no idea what’s in store for them. Is someone watching them? Is the cabin’s dark history prophetic? Does the protagonist, Hannah, really know her family like she thinks she does? With plenty of red herrings & plot twists, three stories converge to take you on a roller coaster ride of deception & lies.

How To Be A Math Genius
by Dr. Mike Goldsmith

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Fun fact literacy! I love it ! I try to read it and refreshing my brain by killing the time!

She's Not Sorry
by Mary Kubica

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This was a page-turner! The book takes place from Meghan's perspective, a nurse who is taking care of a patient who jumped off a bridge and was found with multiple life-threatening injuries. As the book continues, it becomes apparent that it was not a jump, but rather criminal activity was involved. As the pages turn, the questions continue - Did someone push this patient off the bridge? Is this person connected to the other murders that have been happening in the Chicago area? Are the visitors who come to see his patient involved? This one had me guessing right up until the very end, with twists and turns on every page! This book is highly recommended to those who have some time on their hands, as you will not want to put this down until it is finished!