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March 2014 Books

I read 7 books in March:

1) Reversible Error - Robert K. Tanenbaum (paperback)
2) Desperate - Daniel Palmer (ARC)
3) The Chance - Robyn Carr (Kindle)
4) Evening Stars - Susan Mallery (Kindle)
5) The Good Sister - Wendy Corsi Staub (Kindle)
6) NYPD Red - James Patterson w/Marshall Karp (Kindle)
7) Meant To Be - Terri Osburn (Kindle)

Reversible Error was the first Tanenbaum book I've read, but it won't be the last. Margaret, a friend from work, loaned me the book. We are both bookaholics, and she's read most of his books. I quickly downloaded No Lesser Plea on my Kindle, but unfortunately I have a lot of books to read before I get to it.

Daniel Palmer's book was amazing. I really love the way he writes.  He always keeps me on the edge of my seat! I'm so glad I got to know about him from his father, the late Michael Palmer. I am now part of Daniel's street crew, and I received this ARC in return for an honest review.

Enjoyed Carr and Mallery's books, they are two of my "go-to" authors. Staub's book tells the story of social media and how young people today don't communicate face-to-face or by phone. It's all texting, Twitter or Facebook. And bullying is out of control.

I enjoyed Patterson's book too and his books are hit and miss these days.

Terri Osburn's book was my free Kindle book for the month (I have Amazon Prime) and I really liked it. Will probably be checking out more of her books.

First book in April is Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich. Her Stephanie Plum novels are fun, quick reads. Some have been better than others, but I always have at least a couple of laugh-out-loud moments reading them.


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