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These three books (10-12) from Skulduggery Pleasant are quite unique from a lot of other young adult series.
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Firstly there is a parody character of President Turnip with the name of Martin Flanery. Golden moment was when he got so scared he pissed himself and the other sorcerers ignored how much of an embarrassment he is. He's just a side story that has yet to be a major problem for the Irish. We get his POV where we really get to hear his thoughts of how much of an egotistical idiot he is. Also confirmed he won the election through a psychic witch. There's also a sorcerer in his ear telling him how great a president he is lol
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Derek Landy has been great with how he's entangled contemporary issues within a series about immortals with magic abilities.
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There's a lot of contemporary issues that are applied to go with the story. And without spoiling these books get a hecking political, which I know a lot would turn away from. But there are refugees/asylum seekers, religious fanatics and LGBTQ+ all in these three books.
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Even people have complained to Landy about the LGBT saying he's shoving it down their throats. And Landy has responded he's gonna do it more.
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But the spin I like in these books when and (spoilers) a character questions his sexuality "why am I not bi like all the other sorcerers? Is something wrong with me?" Not en exact quote but you get the idea. Straight is not the default.
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Yeah is just thought I'd like to share that. This aren't even the main issues within the book. They're on the side but also important.
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These three books (10-12) from Skulduggery Pleasant are quite unique from a lot of other young adult series. . Firstly there is a parody character of President Turnip with the name of Martin Flanery. Golden moment was when he got so scared he pissed himself and the other sorcerers ignored how much of an embarrassment he is. He's just a side story that has yet to be a major problem for the Irish. We get his POV where we really get to hear his thoughts of how much of an egotistical idiot he is. Also confirmed he won the election through a psychic witch. There's also a sorcerer in his ear telling him how great a president he is lol . Derek Landy has been great with how he's entangled contemporary issues within a series about immortals with magic abilities. . There's a lot of contemporary issues that are applied to go with the story. And without spoiling these books get a hecking political, which I know a lot would turn away from. But there are refugees/asylum seekers, religious fanatics and LGBTQ+ all in these three books. . Even people have complained to Landy about the LGBT saying he's shoving it down their throats. And Landy has responded he's gonna do it more. . But the spin I like in these books when and (spoilers) a character questions his sexuality "why am I not bi like all the other sorcerers? Is something wrong with me?" Not en exact quote but you get the idea. Straight is not the default. . Yeah is just thought I'd like to share that. This aren't even the main issues within the book. They're on the side but also important. . . #skulduggerypleasant #dereklandy #bedlam #urbanfantasy #fanatasy #skeleton #skeletondetective #crime #crimefiction #midnight #resurrection #valkyriecain #magic #sorcerer #fantasy - 12 minutes ago

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Reading this one on the side, I’ve been reading a lot of nonfiction lately and need a palate cleanser STAT. 
I’ve really grown to love Lawrence Block’s writing; we had a rocky start with Grifter’s Game but everything I’ve read by him since has proven to be powerful and utterly enjoyable (especially his work “Borderline”...I’ll never forget that one)! I’m more than excited to sink my teeth into this Keller series! 
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Reading this one on the side, I’ve been reading a lot of nonfiction lately and need a palate cleanser STAT. I’ve really grown to love Lawrence Block’s writing; we had a rocky start with Grifter’s Game but everything I’ve read by him since has proven to be powerful and utterly enjoyable (especially his work “Borderline”...I’ll never forget that one)! I’m more than excited to sink my teeth into this Keller series! #currentlyreading #amreading #crime #crimefiction #lawrenceblock #hitman #keller #reading #books #bookish #bookstagram #bookstagramit #bookstagrammer #bibliophile #instabook #bookshelf #bookshelfie #bookshelves #booknerd #fiction #massmarketpaperback #paperbacks #paperbackbooks - 22 minutes ago

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How would you rate this cover?! We absolutely love it and knew that we had to read this book. Sometimes, that is not always a good thing to judge a book by its cover, but this one didn’t disappoint. If you are a reader of science fiction, paranormal suspense, crime fiction, and mystery—you may want to look into this one. .
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We read and reviewed The Ripper of Blossom Valley by S.D. Christopher; you can find out more about the book, author, and our review by following the link on our profile page to our website. It was a little rocky in the beginning since the style of writing felt rushed, but it does iron out and become easy to understand after the first couple of chapters. Hang in there because this ride is one that you won’t want to get off of. Here is a short snippet from the book. .
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Unable to filter it all out like so much background noise, I spend the entire evening sitting still and dreary on my couch, forced to listen to the private lives of the neighbors I only ever politely say hello to. They mostly seemed like nice enough people, but boy, don’t we all take off our masks at home. Tonight, I’m hearing the truth for the first time. Most of it isn’t as shiny happy as it seems. Billy and Jenn are downright mean, throwing shade at seemingly everyone they know. Laura and Dina talk nicely enough about their friends, but have quite the choice words for people who don’t agree with them on any number of topics. Sam and Diane drop their happy charade now that kids have gone to sleep. They’re both exhausted and have little patience for each others’ problems. It makes me sad that they can’t lean on each other, like good parents should..
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How would you rate this cover?! We absolutely love it and knew that we had to read this book. Sometimes, that is not always a good thing to judge a book by its cover, but this one didn’t disappoint. If you are a reader of science fiction, paranormal suspense, crime fiction, and mystery—you may want to look into this one. . . We read and reviewed The Ripper of Blossom Valley by S.D. Christopher; you can find out more about the book, author, and our review by following the link on our profile page to our website. It was a little rocky in the beginning since the style of writing felt rushed, but it does iron out and become easy to understand after the first couple of chapters. Hang in there because this ride is one that you won’t want to get off of. Here is a short snippet from the book. . . Unable to filter it all out like so much background noise, I spend the entire evening sitting still and dreary on my couch, forced to listen to the private lives of the neighbors I only ever politely say hello to. They mostly seemed like nice enough people, but boy, don’t we all take off our masks at home. Tonight, I’m hearing the truth for the first time. Most of it isn’t as shiny happy as it seems. Billy and Jenn are downright mean, throwing shade at seemingly everyone they know. Laura and Dina talk nicely enough about their friends, but have quite the choice words for people who don’t agree with them on any number of topics. Sam and Diane drop their happy charade now that kids have gone to sleep. They’re both exhausted and have little patience for each others’ problems. It makes me sad that they can’t lean on each other, like good parents should.. . #bookstagram #bookworm #bookphotography #bibliophile #booklover #bookaddict #instareads #book #bookblogger #bookish #bookgram #reading #bookreview #sensitives #mystery #paranormalsuspense #sciencefiction #crimefiction - 26 minutes ago

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I have been reading volume one of #thecompletesherlockholmes since | March 25, 2018.
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Yes, 2018. And tonight all I have left is: #thehoundsofthebaskervilles. I physically read the first half of the collection and have been listening to it via an impressively performed YouTube audiobook version up until now. I'll definitely be switching back to the book in my hands...eyes widely devouring the pages to keep up with deductions...sympathetic nervous system racing for the finale as it did all the others...
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I find it oddly amusing that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle disliked his character's success so much he tried to kill him off. I do have one of his other works, #thelostworld, that I found at an antique store and am excited to experience a taste of his other writing...whenever I get to it.

P.s. if you haven't seen, @thebookishbox's August box is Wicked Victorian!! Which means it is including Sherlock!! 🔍 The Infernal Devices!!! 😍 and Stalking Jack the Ripper! 🔪
I DIE. Guess who subscribed 🙋🏼‍♀️ Happy wicked birthday month box to meee🖤

Which is your favorite Sherlock mystery? ---Mine currently is "Silver Blaze" from his vol. 1 memoirs!---
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I have been reading volume one of #thecompletesherlockholmes since | March 25, 2018. . . Yes, 2018. And tonight all I have left is: #thehoundsofthebaskervilles . I physically read the first half of the collection and have been listening to it via an impressively performed YouTube audiobook version up until now. I'll definitely be switching back to the book in my hands...eyes widely devouring the pages to keep up with deductions...sympathetic nervous system racing for the finale as it did all the others... Eek. I find it oddly amusing that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle disliked his character's success so much he tried to kill him off. I do have one of his other works, #thelostworld , that I found at an antique store and am excited to experience a taste of his other writing...whenever I get to it. P.s. if you haven't seen, @thebookishbox 's August box is Wicked Victorian!! Which means it is including Sherlock!! 🔍 The Infernal Devices!!! 😍 and Stalking Jack the Ripper! 🔪 I DIE. Guess who subscribed 🙋🏼‍♀️ Happy wicked birthday month box to meee🖤 Which is your favorite Sherlock mystery? ---Mine currently is "Silver Blaze" from his vol. 1 memoirs!--- . . #amreading #sherlockholmes #221bbakerstreet #mystery #crimefiction #sirarthurconandoyle #readersofinstagram #readingcommunity #books #bbcsherlock #benedictcumberbatch #craigskaggs #thebookishbox #wicked #victorian - 28 minutes ago

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Kids are building teepees while I just finished this dark little number about an idyllic London neighborhood that turns toxic thanks to the new neighbours who are straight out of the bad-neighbour rule book.

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Kids are building teepees while I just finished this dark little number about an idyllic London neighborhood that turns toxic thanks to the new neighbours who are straight out of the bad-neighbour rule book. #bookstagram #bookmail #louisecandlish #thosepeople #psychologicalsuspense #crimefiction #schoolhols - 50 minutes ago

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Book-signing & Author Sale - INDIGO DIX/30 - Saturday, July 20th. Presenting all my books - business and fiction - for and about entrepreneurs. Business books on how to be better and do better. Crime fiction novels about an entrepreneur in the 1980s computer business fighting the Mafia and gangsters of Montreal. Inspiring & entertaining. Facts or fiction. #businessbooks #entrepreneurs #novels #crimefiction #indigo #entrepreneurship #storytelling

Book-signing & Author Sale - INDIGO DIX/30 - Saturday, July 20th. Presenting all my books - business and fiction - for and about entrepreneurs. Business books on how to be better and do better. Crime fiction novels about an entrepreneur in the 1980s computer business fighting the Mafia and gangsters of Montreal. Inspiring & entertaining. Facts or fiction. #businessbooks  #entrepreneurs  #novels  #crimefiction  #indigo  #entrepreneurship  #storytelling - 53 minutes ago

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Great deals when you buy 3 or more titles! Follow the link in the bio for more info.
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Great Rendell readers #ruthrendell Great deals when you buy 3 or more titles! Follow the link in the bio for more info. #book #books #bookobsessed #booksbooksbooks #bookstagram #booklover #igbooks #booknerd #booksofinstagram #instabook #novel #paperback #fiction #bookish #bookworm #bibliophile #bookcollection #read #reading #currentread #vintagebooks #booksforsale #usedbooks #bookstore #mystery #detective #crimefiction - 1 hour ago

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3/5 Stars to “Lord Edgware Dies” by Agatha Christie 🔪
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Admittedly, this wasn’t the best Poirot novel I’ve ever read. The plot follows Hercule Poirot as he tries to uncover the mystery of a wealthy Lord’s murder. The main suspect is his wife, who bragged about anticipating his murder to secure her divorce, although she was seen attending a dinner party by several others who can vouch for her alibi, and it is up to Poirot to uncover who really killed Lord Edgware. Honestly, I found the mystery kind of hard to follow in this one, and was frequently lost when Poirot and Hastings were discussing clues and theories. Also, I know it’s par for the course in Christie books to have a wide cast of potential suspects, but I think there were a few too many here, and I found it difficult to keep track of them all. I read this book quite quickly, so I don’t think my difficulties with this one came because I wasn’t paying attention or anything. This novel’s saving grace is that the twist is pulled off rather well. It’s not as good as Christie’s best, but it’s still quite a good solution, I just don’t think it’s enough to redeem this book of its other faults. .
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3/5 Stars to “Lord Edgware Dies” by Agatha Christie 🔪 . . . Admittedly, this wasn’t the best Poirot novel I’ve ever read. The plot follows Hercule Poirot as he tries to uncover the mystery of a wealthy Lord’s murder. The main suspect is his wife, who bragged about anticipating his murder to secure her divorce, although she was seen attending a dinner party by several others who can vouch for her alibi, and it is up to Poirot to uncover who really killed Lord Edgware. Honestly, I found the mystery kind of hard to follow in this one, and was frequently lost when Poirot and Hastings were discussing clues and theories. Also, I know it’s par for the course in Christie books to have a wide cast of potential suspects, but I think there were a few too many here, and I found it difficult to keep track of them all. I read this book quite quickly, so I don’t think my difficulties with this one came because I wasn’t paying attention or anything. This novel’s saving grace is that the twist is pulled off rather well. It’s not as good as Christie’s best, but it’s still quite a good solution, I just don’t think it’s enough to redeem this book of its other faults. . . . #julyreads #summerreads #books #currentlyreading #bookstagram #readersofinstagram #igbooks #igreads #reading #fiction #fictionbooks #bibliophile #bookshelf #bookphotography #bookish #booknerd #lordedgwaredies #agathachristie #agathachristiebooks #readchristie2019 #poirot #herculepoirot #agathachristiespoirot #mysteryfiction #cosymystery #murdermystery #crimefiction #goldenageofcrimefiction - 1 hour ago

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Posted @withrepost • @bookbarct CT book peeps❣️It’s a book party! Join me in conversation with the bestselling author @lauramlippman next Tuesday, 7/23 @7p at @thatbookstorect in Wethersfield. We will discuss her latest noir crime novel Lady in the Lake, her extensive reporting and writing careers, and the trends/racial dynamics/journalism of the 60’s that influence this book. Tickets are $26.99 and include a copy of #ladyinthelake. Call That Bookstore or visit www.thatbookstore.com to reserve your seat! .
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Kirkus starred review: “The story is bigger than the crime, and the crime is bigger than its solution, making Lippman‘s skill as a mystery novelist work as icing on the cake. The racism, classism, and sexism of 50 years ago wrapped up in a stylish, sexy, suspenseful drama about a newsroom and the city it covers.“ .
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Posted @withrepost@bookbarct CT book peeps❣️It’s a book party! Join me in conversation with the bestselling author @lauramlippman next Tuesday, 7/23 @7p at @thatbookstorect in Wethersfield. We will discuss her latest noir crime novel Lady in the Lake, her extensive reporting and writing careers, and the trends/racial dynamics/journalism of the 60’s that influence this book. Tickets are $26.99 and include a copy of #ladyinthelake . Call That Bookstore or visit www.thatbookstore.com to reserve your seat! . . . Kirkus starred review: “The story is bigger than the crime, and the crime is bigger than its solution, making Lippman‘s skill as a mystery novelist work as icing on the cake. The racism, classism, and sexism of 50 years ago wrapped up in a stylish, sexy, suspenseful drama about a newsroom and the city it covers.“ . . . #lauralippman #crimefiction #thrillerbooks #thatbookstore #wethersfieldct #bookstoreevent #indiebookstore #thrillernovels #crimenoir #summerreading #readwithme #booksharks #authortalk #meettheauthor #bookchat #ctblogger - 2 hours ago

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“Pretending you're OK when you aren't isn't strength.”
— #RobertGalbraith, #LethalWhite
Currently in a mystery mood after watching three seasons of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Strike Season 3. So I am reading Lethal White. Loving it so far!! Will start on the Miss Fisher books after this. I need more Miss Fisher.
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“Pretending you're OK when you aren't isn't strength.” — #RobertGalbraith , #LethalWhite Currently in a mystery mood after watching three seasons of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Strike Season 3. So I am reading Lethal White. Loving it so far!! Will start on the Miss Fisher books after this. I need more Miss Fisher. 🕵️‍♂️ 🕵️‍♀️ 🔪 - 2 hours ago

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Halong Bay - looks idyllic but the others don’t know I’m plotting a murder

Halong Bay - looks idyllic but the others don’t know I’m plotting a murder - 2 hours ago

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Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie (spoiler alert)
Welcome to Styles, a beautiful mansion in Essex, residence of the Cavendish family, inherited by the current Mrs Inglethorpe and inhabitated by a lot of shady characters, ranging from a devoted but younger husband, two dissatisfied stepsons, the typical orphan/ protégée, a dr, and many more.
Typical Christie, the narrative is set during the WWI, told  in 3rd person, by young Captain Hastings. Being this her 1st novel and the 1st of the  Poirot series, we are introduced to her famous Belgium detective, Hercule Poirot, who is described as a sharp and whimsically but methodical and overtly brilliant mind. The characters of Hastings and Inspector Jabb from Scotland Yard will appear in other novels. 
Getting back to the story, amid  this crowded mansion, we learn that everyone has a personal motif to murder their hostess. Is there a murderer or murderers that need to be caught?
How acutely framed is this novel, with the many secondary storylines that enable readers to scratch the surface from those apparent obvious reasons for things to happen and reveal little by little the reality surrounding the crime.  I particularly enjoyed the very fact that before dying, Emily realises she is under threat, and in her attempt to change her unfortunate fate she contributes to cover clues that might have cleared the reasons for the attack earlier in the story. But, with Agatha Christie one must know, everything happens for a reason. No loose ends. Also, isn’t it comforting  to find the characters’ guide at the beginning of her stories, with that brief description so that you can return to that anytime you want? Here there is also a map of the state that allows readers to analyse the possible entrance of the killer to the victim’s  bedchamber. That is, you have all the clues in display, the ⏰ starts ticking from the very first moment you turn the page, and page after page you are offered with more information to fill the gaps, so, how soon are you able to figure things out? 
So, the victim is found dead in a room closed from the inside and with no visible wound, how did she died? Who did it? And how? 🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️

Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie (spoiler alert) Welcome to Styles, a beautiful mansion in Essex, residence of the Cavendish family, inherited by the current Mrs Inglethorpe and inhabitated by a lot of shady characters, ranging from a devoted but younger husband, two dissatisfied stepsons, the typical orphan/ protégée, a dr, and many more. Typical Christie, the narrative is set during the WWI, told in 3rd person, by young Captain Hastings. Being this her 1st novel and the 1st of the Poirot series, we are introduced to her famous Belgium detective, Hercule Poirot, who is described as a sharp and whimsically but methodical and overtly brilliant mind. The characters of Hastings and Inspector Jabb from Scotland Yard will appear in other novels. Getting back to the story, amid this crowded mansion, we learn that everyone has a personal motif to murder their hostess. Is there a murderer or murderers that need to be caught? How acutely framed is this novel, with the many secondary storylines that enable readers to scratch the surface from those apparent obvious reasons for things to happen and reveal little by little the reality surrounding the crime. I particularly enjoyed the very fact that before dying, Emily realises she is under threat, and in her attempt to change her unfortunate fate she contributes to cover clues that might have cleared the reasons for the attack earlier in the story. But, with Agatha Christie one must know, everything happens for a reason. No loose ends. Also, isn’t it comforting to find the characters’ guide at the beginning of her stories, with that brief description so that you can return to that anytime you want? Here there is also a map of the state that allows readers to analyse the possible entrance of the killer to the victim’s bedchamber. That is, you have all the clues in display, the ⏰ starts ticking from the very first moment you turn the page, and page after page you are offered with more information to fill the gaps, so, how soon are you able to figure things out? So, the victim is found dead in a room closed from the inside and with no visible wound, how did she died? Who did it? And how? 🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️🕵️‍♂️ - 3 hours ago

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"Every weirdo in the world is on my wavelength."

"Every weirdo in the world is on my wavelength." - 3 hours ago

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Any Inspector Banks fans ihere?

I love the fact that these books aren't set in a large City. It's a subtle difference that has a big impact in how the books are treated and the sense of the character and pace of life he leads. 
Any other fans? I feel Peter Robinson's novels often get overlooked because Rebus is so popular but if you're a fan of crime fiction, give these a read!

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Any Inspector Banks fans ihere? I love the fact that these books aren't set in a large City. It's a subtle difference that has a big impact in how the books are treated and the sense of the character and pace of life he leads. Any other fans? I feel Peter Robinson's novels often get overlooked because Rebus is so popular but if you're a fan of crime fiction, give these a read! #books #bookstagram #bookshelf #bookstagrammer #Inspectorbanks #peterrobinson #worthreading #crimefiction #crime #booksofinstagram #instabooks #bookstagramfeature #bookshelves #bookslover #booksbooksbooks #reading #bookstoread #bookstagramer #booksarelife #booksofIG #bookstagrammers #bookslovers - 4 hours ago

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Art by Walter Stackpool

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Art by Walter Stackpool #walterstackpool #pulp #pulpart #pulpimage #pulpillustration #pulpfiction #pulps #femmefatale #australianpulp #australian #hardboiled #crimefiction #cover #coverart #coverillustration #fashion #midcentury #midcenturymodern #midcenturyaustralia #midcenturymood #midcenturyfashion #midcenturystyle #vintage #vintagepulpart #vintagepulp - 4 hours ago

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Hastings launch at The Printworks. #thecloseriget @orendabooks #hastings #authorsofinstagram #writersofinstagram #crimefiction #psychologicalthriller #newbook #newbookalert

Hastings launch at The Printworks. #thecloseriget @orendabooks #hastings #authorsofinstagram #writersofinstagram #crimefiction #psychologicalthriller #newbook #newbookalert - 5 hours ago

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Chapter 7 of the #crimefiction BLOW UP introduces the villain we've been waiting for. The craziest and most dangerous drug dealer out of East Africa
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Chapter 7 of the #crimefiction BLOW UP introduces the villain we've been waiting for. The craziest and most dangerous drug dealer out of East Africa • • BLOW UP, is a crime novel + accompanying short visual published a chapter each day. Link in bio 🔝🔝 • • • • #novel_Blowup runs through Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, and United States. With themes of family, cocaine, hip hop & immigration. • • • • • • • • • #newyorkwriting #thelazyprint_lifestyle #debutwriter #newyorktimesbestsellingauthors #authorsofcolor #blackpublishers #bookpublishingcompany #newauthoralert #newauthor #debutbook #nycstorytelling #lifeinnewyork #nystorytelling #filmakersworld #filmdirector #african #eastafrica #Uganda #nairobi #writeyourownstory #youarecapable #writeitdown #itsajourney #writersonig - 5 hours ago

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Oh so badly wishing for some time spend doing this 👆🏻 but today has, in all reality, looked more like this: 🖥🤓📋🗄📝 thankful to work in an industry I love, even on the busy days. 😉❤️
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Guys, I’m SO excited bc tomorrow I’m going to be moderating a Mystery/Thriller panel at an Open House we’re having here at Penguin Random House 🕵🏻‍♀️🙌🏻 I’ll be interviewing 3 authors on their new books - Cambria Brockman, Laura McHugh, & Chris Pavone. 🔎 If you’re a fan of any of these authors & would like to drop a question for them in the comments, please feel free to do so, & I’ll see if I can get it answered!🕵🏻‍♀️ If you head over to my stories, you can also view the book covers of the books we’ll be discussing, & read a (VERY) brief line encapsulating what each book is about. 📚
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I’ve been completely immersed in these authors’ books to prep for the panels, so I’m a BIT behind on other reading I had planned for this week, but that’s a-okay. 🤓 (aka if you guys voted on a book from Thrillerfest that you want me to cover on CBTB soon, I promise I haven’t forgotten - just had to move things around a little bit!!) Next on my TBR is a serial killer thriller that’s getting LOTS of buzz both here in the US and in the UK. It’s published by a publisher who’s quickly becoming one of my personal favorites, & it’s got a gorgeous black & white cover - aka my favorite color combo 😉🖤 any guesses what it might be?!
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What are YOU reading this week?! Anyone have an amazing book they want to recommend to the CBTB fam? 🕵🏻‍♀️🖤

Oh so badly wishing for some time spend doing this 👆🏻 but today has, in all reality, looked more like this: 🖥🤓📋🗄📝 thankful to work in an industry I love, even on the busy days. 😉❤️ • Guys, I’m SO excited bc tomorrow I’m going to be moderating a Mystery/Thriller panel at an Open House we’re having here at Penguin Random House 🕵🏻‍♀️🙌🏻 I’ll be interviewing 3 authors on their new books - Cambria Brockman, Laura McHugh, & Chris Pavone. 🔎 If you’re a fan of any of these authors & would like to drop a question for them in the comments, please feel free to do so, & I’ll see if I can get it answered!🕵🏻‍♀️ If you head over to my stories, you can also view the book covers of the books we’ll be discussing, & read a (VERY) brief line encapsulating what each book is about. 📚 • I’ve been completely immersed in these authors’ books to prep for the panels, so I’m a BIT behind on other reading I had planned for this week, but that’s a-okay. 🤓 (aka if you guys voted on a book from Thrillerfest that you want me to cover on CBTB soon, I promise I haven’t forgotten - just had to move things around a little bit!!) Next on my TBR is a serial killer thriller that’s getting LOTS of buzz both here in the US and in the UK. It’s published by a publisher who’s quickly becoming one of my personal favorites, & it’s got a gorgeous black & white cover - aka my favorite color combo 😉🖤 any guesses what it might be?! • What are YOU reading this week?! Anyone have an amazing book they want to recommend to the CBTB fam? 🕵🏻‍♀️🖤 - 5 hours ago

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she's on holiday lads ☀️
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that you're seeing is perfidia, once again; I've finally gotten to about 3/4 of the way in and however messed up ellroy's historical fiction is, he is stellar at portraying little moments of humanity in the middle of morbid chaos; this one in particular, a bit like american tabloid, does a wonderful job framing the sentiment that emotion doesn't need to be unique to be meaningful. I really think I wasn't ready for perfidia when I first read it, I'm taking it in so much more now
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she's on holiday lads ☀️ . . that you're seeing is perfidia, once again; I've finally gotten to about 3/4 of the way in and however messed up ellroy's historical fiction is, he is stellar at portraying little moments of humanity in the middle of morbid chaos; this one in particular, a bit like american tabloid, does a wonderful job framing the sentiment that emotion doesn't need to be unique to be meaningful. I really think I wasn't ready for perfidia when I first read it, I'm taking it in so much more now . . #book #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #amreading #read #reader #readers #reading #currentlyreading #books #bibliophile #bookporn #fiction #crimefiction #thriller #novel #booksofinstagram #igreads #readersofinstagram #readersofig #instaread #perfidia #booknerd #booklovers #vsco #sun #bookish #summer #beach - 5 hours ago

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