WWW READING…

Today I’m participating in WWW Wednesdays, at Taking on a World of Words.  Here’s how it works:

The Three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next, and/or what are you eagerly awaiting?

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CURRENTLY READING:  The Last House on the Street, by Diane Chamberlain – NG-Release -1/11/22

A community’s past sins rise to the surface in New York Times bestselling author Diane Chamberlain’s The Last House on the Street when two women, a generation apart, find themselves bound by tragedy and an unsolved, decades-old mystery.

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I only read and reviewed ONE book this week!  And I DNFed the book that was last week’s current read (The Widow, by K.L. Slater).

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BOOK READ AND REVIEWED:

Christmas Dessert Murder, by Joanne Fluke

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EAGERLY ANTICIPATING: Last Seen Alive, by Joanne Schaffhausen – Release Date – January 25, 2022

Boston detective Ellery Hathaway met FBI agent Reed Markham when he pried open a serial killer’s closet to rescue her. Years on, their relationship remains defined by that moment and by Francis Coben’s horrific crimes. To free herself from Coben’s legacy, Ellery had to walk away from Reed, too. But Coben is not letting go so easily. He has an impossible proposition: Coben will finally give up the location of the remaining bodies, on one condition—Reed must bring him Ellery.

Now the families of the missing victims are crying out for justice that only Ellery can deliver. The media hungers for a sequel and Coben is their camera-ready star. He claims he is sorry and wants to make amends. But Ellery is the one living person who has seen the monster behind the mask and she doesn’t believe he can be redeemed. Not after everything he’s done. Not after what she’s been through. And certainly not after a fresh body turns up with Coben’s signature all over it.

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That was my skimpy week!  What did yours look like?

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13 thoughts on “WWW READING…

  1. You’re my go-to girl for thrillers! But I may see if the library has the Fluke Christmas book. Maybe a Christmas murder mystery will be a good bridge between the lighter-than-air romantic holiday fiction I’ve been reading and the heavier stuff in my TBR pile.

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