Monday, November 27, 2017

It's Monday! - What Are YOU Reading? - 11/27/2017

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I hope you had a great reading week. 
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This is a weekly meme hosted by Kathryn at BOOK DATE!

Post the books completed, the books you are currently reading, and the books you hope to finish at some point.
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Books Completed

THE ENGLISH WIFE by Lauren Willig - review will be on January 10, 2018 - finished November 25.
 
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THE WIFE BETWEEN US by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen - review will be on January 9, 2018 - finished November 16.

HMMMM is my reaction when it ended. :)
 
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THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW by A. J. Finn - review will be on January 2, 2018 - finished November 12.

A bit slow at first, but it is worth the wait.  :)

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CARNEGIE'S MAID by Marie Benedict - review will be on January 1, 2018 - finished November 8.

A very lovely, interesting read.

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POISON by Galt Niederhoffer - review is in the book's title - finished on October 25

A tense, domestic thriller.


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Book Currently Reading

SISTERS LIKE US by Susan Mallery - Review will be on January 23.

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Books Up Next:


SUNDAY SILENCE by Nicci French - review will be January 4, 2018.

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AS BRIGHT AS HEAVEN by Susan Meissner - review will be on February 6, 2018.
 
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WHERE THE WILD CHERRIES GROW by Laura Madeleine - review will be on February 13, 2018.
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SUNBURN by Laura Lipmann - review will be on February 20, 2018.
 
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THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR by Sally Hepworth - review will be on March 13, 2018.
 
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LET ME LIE by Clare Mackintosh - review will be on March 14.

 
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THE RECIPE BOX by Viola Simpson - review will be on March 20, 2018.
   
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I WAS ANASTASIA by Ariel Lawhon - review will be on March 21, 2018.
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THE BROKEN GIRLS by Simone St. James - review will be on March 22, 2017.

 
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NOT THAT I COULD TELL by Jessica Strawser - review will be on March 27, 2018.
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THE NEW NEIGHBORS by Simon Lelic - review will be on April 10, 2018

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24 comments:

  1. Happy Monday!!

    I hope you have a great week.

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. YOu are so organized, with dates for your future reviews! I want to read Poison!

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    1. I have to agree with you about my being organized.

      I am VERY organized....curse and blessing of a business teacher. :)

      I schedule everything and pace out my books so I am not stressed.

      Thanks for commenting, Beth.

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  3. So looking forward to reading Susan Mallery book, I have a review copy but most likely won't read it for awhile as have others in the pipeline! Hope you enjoy it.

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    1. I was on the train home today and am about 50% through the book.

      I am enjoying it. I haven't read any other books by her.

      Thanks for commenting, Kathryn.

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    1. Thanks, Mystica, and thanks for commenting.

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  5. So many of these books are on my TBR list or already on the stacks. Look forward to your thoughts on The Wife Between Us. Have a great week.

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    1. The Wife Between Us has to be read and one's own opinion has to made. I think everyone will come up with a different opinion. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Nise.

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  6. I think I would like to read Carnegie's Maid. Interesting reading list! Here is mine: http://bit.ly/2AagJu7

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    1. It was a very good historical fiction book.

      Thanks for commenting, Kim.

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  7. Hi Elizabeth, thank you for this lovely book recommendations. Have a nice week.

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    1. Thank you for commenting, Rachna.

      I am excited about all of my books.

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  8. I admire your organization...I am so curious as to what hmmm means?

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    1. Thanks about my organization.

      Hmmm means...very good, very confusing, and difficult to figure out. We all need to make our own decision about what really went on. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Patty.

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  9. I still love the Woman in the Window's cover. Come see what I'm reading this last week of November.

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    1. It was good.

      Yes...the cover is good since she was always spying on the neighbors. :)

      Thanks for stopping, pussreboots.

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  10. I used to think that I was super organised, but that has just gone out of the window now and my reading schedule is in complete chaos, with my reviewing schedule being non-existent!

    I still manage much of my daily time by rote, but there are simply not enough hours to fit in the things I used to be able to do with ease.

    Must do jobs seem to take priority and unfortunately hobbies take the hit!

    I was a bit unsure of your reaction comment after finishing 'The Wife Between Us', as so many of my fellow blogging friends, across all the various platforms, have had nothing but huge praise for the story line and the writing quality. I shall look forward to reading your full review, when maybe the HMmmm! will be explained :)

    Yvonne

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    1. Patty asked the same question about hmmmm.

      Hmmm means...very good, very confusing, and difficult to figure out. We all need to make our own decision about what really went on. :)

      I am very organized...always have been. Now that I am retired, I have even more time to be extra organized. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Yvonne.

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  11. I know where I am coming to get book ideas. Great. I echo the organizational compliments. Teaching requires organization. People laughed at me because I color coded everything. So glad file folders came in colors. lol Since I retired I've lost that organizational feeling!

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    1. What a sweet compliment. Thanks, Janet.

      Oh yes...teachers MUST always be organized.

      I like the idea of color coded. Makes things easier.

      Thanks for commenting.

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  12. Ooh! Both I Was Anastasia and The Broken Girls appeal to me, the first one especially so.

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    1. I saw Anastasia on Broadway last month. I am guessing it's the same story line.

      Looking forward to reading the book.

      The Broken Girls does look good.

      Thanks for commenting, Tracy.

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  13. Thanks for visiting my site! Am I jumping the gun on decorating? lol

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