July 19, 2019

June 2019 Reads

June 35 Stars of Alabama Sean Dietrich
36 The Secrets We Kept Lara Prescott
37 This Tender Land William Kent Krueger
38 Joe Country Mick Herron
39 The Stranger Inside Lisa Unger
40 Today We Go Home Kelli Estes

I really loved Stars of Alabama.  Dietrich has woven together a rich tapestry of characters—some charming, some heartbreaking, all of them inspiring.  I'm looking forward to more from this author.

The Secrets We Kept is well worth reading. Prescott’s triumphant debut offers a fresh perspective on women employed by the CIA during the 1950s and their role in disseminating into the Soviet Union copies of Dr. Zhivago.  Fiction at it's best.

I love Mick Herron's writing and stories.  Slough House isn't where you want to end up, and you won't if you're good at your job, which is being a spy!  Joe Country doesn't disappoint.

The Stranger Inside by Lisa Unger is a very highly recommended psychological thriller featuring survivors, murder, kidnapping, and vigilante justice.  It has a bit of something for every mystery/thriller reader.

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