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The Hunter by John Lescroart

I didn’t have a specific book I wanted to read next, so I decided to wander the library, for a thriller that provided a letter in my alphabet challenge. This book seemed to fit the bill. Turns out it’s the third book featuring the main character, but I didn’t feel like I was missing much from the previous books.

Published: 2012

Genre: thriller/mystery (sometimes I have a hard time telling the difference between the two)

Length: 381 pages

Font: ITC Berkley Old Style Std.

Setting: San Fransisco, present day

Summary: Short version: Hunt investigates how his birth mother died Continue reading

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Dark Horse by Tami Hoag

This is a review from a previous year. I picked up the book because I was looking for a suspense book for the library’s summer reading program. Miss Adventure picked this author off the shelf. The liner notes mentioned what a masterful suspense writer Hoag was and I recognized her name, so I figured why not.

Published: 2002

Genre: thriller

Length: 557 pages

Setting: Florida, present day Continue reading

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