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Murder Strikes A Pose – Book Review

Murder Strikes a Pose by Tracy Weber My rating: 4 of 5 stars Murder Strikes a Pose: Downward Dog Mystery 1 In A Nutshell Befriending a homeless man comes at a price. For Yoga instructor Kate Davidson it’s convincing the police he was murdered and finding a home for his huge hound. Actually, it’s a…

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The Mothers – Sage Sanguine Spectacular

The Mothers, a ‘dazzling debut novel’ from Brit Bennett is a sage, sanguine, and spectacular story. It is spectacular because Bennett’s portrayal of how hurt reverberates through communities is so tangible and so very relatable. Also because sadly, so few books are about middle-class black people. The Mothers is a 288 page-turner that poses the…

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Wererat – My Last Minute

Thursday 3rd March was World Book Day.   Wererat by Jonathan P. Brazee My rating: 3 of 5 stars Wererat deserves 3.5 stars I was attracted to the idea of this book. Instead of being a huge imposing werewolf or another big were-beast, the protagonist is a wererat! I imaged this book would be hilarious….

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