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New series that I want more of

Defending Allye (Mountain Mercenaries) - Susan Stoker

Love is a life-and-death risk for the Mountain Mercenaries in New York Times bestselling author Susan Stoker’s explosive series of alpha heroes, hot action, and hard passion…

Ever since his rescue op off the Pacific Coast, Mountain Mercenary Gray Rogers hasn’t been able to forget his latest “job”—Allye Martin. Any other woman would have panicked during a rescue, but the wily dancer kept her cool—even after being kidnapped by an elusive human trafficker. And Gray couldn’t be happier when a grateful Allye follows him home to Colorado Springs…

For Allye, finding sanctuary in the arms—and bed—of the former Navy SEAL is only temporary. People are disappearing off the streets of San Francisco, victims of the same underground trade that targeted her, and Allye could be the key to dismantling the entire operation. She’s willing to do anything to bring them down. Gray isn’t—for good reason. But you don’t say no to a tough girl like Allye who refuses to play it safe.

Now Gray is risking more than ever before. The Mountain Mercenaries have his back. But is it enough to keep the woman he loves out of harm’s way?

My thoughts
rating : 5
I have no idea why it took me this long to read and review this book, I knew as soon as I read the synopsis it was something I would pick up and I'm so glad I did , its everything I love in a romance , the characters are amazing, the romance is there and is hot but it doesn't take away from the story line at all , it has the right mount of suspense that pulls you into the story and you never fell like you want to put it down , can't wait to see more of this author or this series . With that said I want to thank Netgalley and the publisher for letting me read and review as while as helping me to find a romance series to start in change for my honest opinion

Great start for a new author and series

The Quiet Hours  - Michael Scanlon

In a town full of liars, no one is safe.
When Detective Finnegan Beck is demoted from his high-powered job in Dublin and relocated in disgrace to the small Irish town of Cross Beg, he predicts boredom will be his biggest threat.

It’s a sleepy backwater, a forgotten town of narrow alleyways that lead from the cathedral down to the river, and towards the bogland beyond. It’s a place where seemingly nothing – good nor bad – has happened. Not for a long time.

But when a teenage girl is found dead in the woods a mile from town, and a seemingly-harmless local drifter is arrested, Beck has an instinct that someone with far darker motives is behind the crime.

It seems that everyone in Cross Beg has something to hide though. Wading through layers and layers of lies, and generations upon generations of secrets, he believes he’s finally getting closer to the truth.

That is, until the killer strikes again…

This debut novel from a powerful new Irish voice is the first in a gripping series that will feature his charismatic detective, Finnegan Beck.

My thoughts
rating 4 stars
Great start to a new series as will to a new author , as soon as I read what was on the cover the cover in town full of lairs no one is safe I knew had to see if i could get it to read, and what can i say i actually likes it way better then I thought I was going to , I loved how the main character at times reminded my of Hercule Poirot's and that he had flaws that he knew about and that he wasn't going to let them stop him, I also liked that one of the characters has a hand in the LGBTQIA , and I can't wait to read more by this author or from this series. With this said I would like to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it in a change for my honest opinion

All of my 2018 Reads which is 255 Books

Submerging Inferno (Men of Myth, #1) by Brandon Witt Hard Bitten (Chicagoland Vampires, #4) by Chloe Neill Mark of the Dagger (The Marked Series Book 1) by Stella Rae Macarthur's Spies The Soldier, the Singer, and the Spymaster Who Defied the Japanese in World War II by Peter Eisner The Romanov Ransom (Fargo Adventure, #9) by Clive Cussler The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins Last Stop in Brooklyn (Mary Handley, #3) by Lawrence H. Levy Her Soldier of Fortune by Michelle Major The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers, The New Guinea Job (Case Lee #2) by Vince Milam, The Crooked Staircase (Jane Hawk, #3) by Dean KoontzThe Blood Gospel (The Order of the Sanguines, #1) by James Rollins, Mister Tender's Girl by Carter Wilson Battlefield Earth A Saga of the Year 3000 by L. Ron HubbardRocket Men The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8 and the Astronauts Who Made Man's First Journey to the Moon by Robert Kurson I, Ripper A Novel by Stephen Hunter Windsworn (Gryphon Riders Trilogy, #1) by Derek Alan Siddoway Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon (The Embraced, #3) by Kerrelyn Sparks Innocent Blood (The Order of the Sanguines, #2) by James Rollins Dragon's Guard (The Dragon Shifter's Mates, #1) by Eva Chase Terrifying Tales by Edgar Allan Poe, The Marines' Lost Squadron The Odyssey of VMF-422 by Mark CarlsonA False Report A True Story of Rape in America by T. Christian Miller The Babysitter by Sheryl Browne Shattered Mirror (Eve Duncan, #23) by Iris Johansen Wolf Tales 12 Exposed by Kate Douglas Secrets in Death (In Death, #45) by J.D. Robb, Nyxia Unleashed (The Nyxia Triad, #2) by Scott Reintgen, Last Girl Gone (Laura Chambers Mystery, #1) by J.G. Hetherton Code Name Griffin (Griffin #1) by Morgan Hannah MacDonald The Grievance Collectors Dead Day by Karla Hull The Devil's Grin (Anna Kronberg Thriller #1) by Annelie Wendeberg Buckhorn (Buckhorn, #1) by William W. JohnstoneBlood and Thunder The Epic Story of Kit Carson & the Conquest of the American West by Hampton Sides The Culling (The Culling, #1) by Ramona Finn Touch of Ice (Dawn of Dragons, #1) by Mary Auclair If You Go Down to the Woods by Seth C. Adams Wintersong (Wintersong, #1) by S. Jae-Jones The Lost City of the Monkey God A True Story by Douglas Preston KILL THE GRIFFIN (Griffin # 2) by Morgan Hannah MacDonald Pride v. Prejudice (Claire Malloy, #20) by Joan Hess Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage Violent Crimes (Amanda Jaffe, #5) by Phillip MargolinMagnificence (Gwarda Warriors #1) by Madison Thorne Grey The Dolocher by European P. Douglas, The High Tide Club by Mary Kay AndrewsAnd the Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich Drink Deep (Chicagoland Vampires, #5) by Chloe Neill, The Stalking Death (A Duff MacCallister Western Book 8) by William W. Johnstone Coffin Scarcely Used (Flaxborough Chronicles, #1) by Colin Watson Sinking the Sultana A Civil War Story of Imprisonment, Greed, and a Doomed Journey Home by Sally M. Walker My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier Deadly Night (Flynn Brothers, #1) by Heather Graham Ancient Egypt Secrets Explained! The Influences Behind Egyptian History, Mythology & The Impact On World Civilization (Egyptian Gods, Pharaohs, Pyramids, History, Anubis, Religion) by Jeffrey HoustonBorder War by Lou Dobbs Survive the Night (Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, #3) by Katie Ruggle Inherit the Dead by Jonathan Santlofer Ace of Shades (The Shadow Game, #1) by Amanda Foody
The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower, #1) by Stephen King Preacher's Kill (The First Mountain Man, #24) by William W. Johnstone Rise of the Wolf (Wereworld #1) by Curtis Jobling Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young Rattle (The Bone Collector, #1) by Fiona Cummins The Medici Letters The Secret Origins of the Renaissance by Taylor Buck Arminius The Limits of Empire by Robert Fabbri The Kill Room (Lincoln Rhyme, #10) by Jeffery Deaver, Agatha Christie A Mysterious life by Laura Thompson Deadly Day in Tombstone (Texas John Slaughter, #2) by William W. Johnstone Inquisition (Jack Howard #10) by David GibbinsThe Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton, Entranced (Guardian Academy #1) by Jessica Sorensen, Dead Witch Walking (The Hollows, #1) by Kim HarrisonPrehistoric Life The Definitive Visual History of Life on Earth by David Burnie, Her Last Lie by Amanda BrittanyBlood Demons by Richard Jeffries, Brotherhood in Death (In Death, #42) by J.D. Robb, Creature from the Crevasse by Michael ColeThe Bookworm by Mitch Silver, Shock Wave (Dirk Pitt, #13) by Clive Cussler, The Hunger by Alma Katsu, Joyland by Stephen King, Murder on the Home Front A True Story of Morgues, Murderers, and Mysteries During the London Blitz by Molly Lefebure, Last Night by Kerry Wilkinson, Poseidon's Arrow by Clive Cussler, Devil's Gate (NUMA Files, #9) by Clive Cussler, The Big Book of Rogues and Villains by Otto Penzler, Jurassic Florida (One Size Eats All #1) by Hunter Shea, Ride the Savage Land (Those Jensen Boys, #4) by William W. Johnstone, My Lady Captor by Hannah Howell, The Sheikh’s Captive American (Zahkim Sheikhs) by Leslie North, The Evil Trance by Mark Dysan, The Passion of Cleopatra (Ramses the Damned, #2) by Anne Rice, Orca Rising by Chris Hannon, The Chuckwagon Trail (Chuckwagon Trail, #1) by William W. Johnstone, Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird The Illustrated History of America's Legendary Mach 3 Spy Plane by James C Goodall, On Desperate Ground The Marines at The Reservoir, the Korean War's Greatest Battle by Hampton Sides, SIDETRACKED The Betrayal And Murder Of Anna Kithcart by Richard T. Cahill Jr., Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman, The Coroner by Jennifer Graeser Dornbush, The Legend of Perley Gates (Perley Gates Western, #1) by William W. Johnstone, Graves of Wrath (City of Bones #1) by Lina Gardiner,The Darwin Variant by Kenneth C. Johnson, Don't You Dare by A.J. Waines, As Sick as Our Secrets by A.B. Whelan, No Justice in Hell (John Hawk #2) by Charles G. West, Wild Hunger (Heirs of Chicagoland, #1) by Chloe Neill American Detective Behind the Scenes of Famous Criminal Investigations by Thomas A. Reppetto After Anna by Lisa Scottoline The Big Book of Female Detectives by Otto Penzler White Houses by Amy Bloom Pitchfork Pass (Flintlock, #6) by William W. Johnstone High Alert (The Project #14) by Alex LukemanTrail of Terror The Black Monk of Pontefract, Cripple Creek Jail, Firehouse Phantom, and Other True Hauntings by Richard Estep Dead Fish by Ruth Carrington Pirate Heiress by Chloe Flowers Who Killed These Girls? The Twenty-Five-Year History of Austin's Yogurt Shop Murders by Beverly Lowry The Morgue and Me by John C. Ford Subhuman (Unit 51 #1) by Michael McBride Forsaken (Unit 51, #2) by Michael McBride Into the Storm Two Ships, a Deadly Hurricane, and an Epic Battle for Survival by Tristram Korten The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett Island of the Mad (Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes #15) by Laurie R. King Our House by Louise Candlish One Last Breath by Lisa JacksonThe Monuments Men Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History by Robert M. Edsel Preacher The Legendary Mountain Man How It All Began by William W. Johnstone Testament (Jack Howard #9) by David Gibbins The Forbidden Door (Jane Hawk, #4) by Dean Koontz Forgotten Soldiers of World War I America's Immigrant Doughboys by Alexander F Barnes The Neighbor by Joseph Souza Under the Woods (The Forensic Files # 4) by K.A. Richardson Woodcutter by Shaun Baines Out, Proud, and Prejudiced by Megan Reddaway Serpentine (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #26) by Laurell K. Hamilton A Merciful Silence (Mercy Kilpatrick, #4) by Kendra ElliotThe Kill Jar Obsession, Descent, and a Hunt for Detroit's Most Notorious Serial Killer by J. Reuben Appelman Cold Malice (Cold Justice, #8) by Toni Anderson The Angel Makers (A Constance Piper Mystery, #2) by Tessa Harris The Good Twin by Marti Green The Devil to Pay (The Kerrigans A Texas Dynasty, #5) by William W. Johnstone The Return of Tarzan (Tarzan, #2) by Edgar Rice Burroughs Intensity by Dean Koontz The Silent Executioner by Marcel Allain Glory in Death (In Death, #2) by J.D. Robb Exit Strategy (Nick Mason, #2) by Steve Hamilton Deadly Secrets (Detective Erika Foster, #6) by Robert Bryndza Trigger Warning by William W. JohnstoneWhiskey Witches - Complete Season 1 by S.M. Blooding Into the Storm (Destroyermen, #1) by Taylor Anderson Jar of Hearts by Jennifer Hillier A People's History of the Vampire Uprising by Raymond A. Villareal The Flying Tigers The Untold Story of the American Pilots Who Waged a Secret War Against Japan Before Pearl Harbor by Samuel Kleiner Ugadra Enile (The Creature from the Black Lagoon) by Bradford L. Blaine Death Among the Dead (Star Drawn Saga #1) by Stephen Charlick Redeeming The Pirate A Women's Action & Adventure Romance (Pirates & Petticoats Book 5) by Chloe Flowers The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy Crime, Conspiracy and Cover-Up - A New Investigation by Tim Tate Typhoon Fury (The Oregon Files, #12) by Clive Cussler Creature by Hunter SheaThe Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware 55 Graves by Robert P. Maroney The Alienist (Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, #1) by Caleb Carr, Abandoned (Max Revere, #5) by Allison Brennan Haunted Artifacts Child's Play Gone Wrong and Other Creepy Tales by Sarah Ashley Forever Charmed (Halloween Laveau, #1) by Rose Pressey The Fractured Earth (Apocalypse Makers #1) by Matt Hart Broken Ground (Inspector Karen Pirie, #5) by Val McDermid True Paranormal Hauntings 14 Spine Chilling Tales Of True Ghost Stories And Hauntings True Paranormal Hauntings To Keep You Up At Night (Unexplained Encounters) by Max Mason Hunter True Bigfoot Stories Horrifying Encounters Of Bigfoot Horror What Would You Do? What's The Truth? (Creepy Stories Book 1) by Roger P. Mills Kiss Kill Love Him Still (Kiss Kill Love Him Still, #1) by Jamie BlairAfraid by Jack Kilbornc What Lurks Beneath by Ryan Lockwood The Moor by Sam Haysom Thresher A Deep Sea Thriller by Michael Cole The House Without a Key (Charlie Chan, #1) by Earl Derr Biggers The Bones Will Tell (Skye Cree, #2) by Vickie McKeehan Insomnia by Stephen King Rattus New Yorkus (One Size Eats All #2) by Hunter Shea Dying Scream by Mary Burton Rumpelstiltskin's Daughter by Breeana Puttroff Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman Flotilla of the Dead (Sovereign Spirit Saga, #2) by David P. ForsythThe Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder Vendetta (Catherine Ling, #5) by Iris Johansen Damnation Valley (The Frontiersman #4) by William W. Johnstone Death in Paris (A Death in Paris Mystery #1) by Emilia Bernhard Through the Fire (Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, #4) by Katie Ruggle The Crimes of Jack the Ripper by Paul Roland Haunted World War II Soldier Spirits, Ghost Planes & Strange Synchronicities by Matthew L. Swayne Dark Captive (Spirit Wild Book 6) by Kate Douglas 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Antarctica's Lost Aviator The Epic Adventure to Explore the Last Frontier on Earth by Jeff MaynardDictionary of Dinosaurs an illustrated A to Z of every dinosaur ever discovered by Natural History Museum Witches' Brew (Vampires and Wine, #1) by Morgana Best Hold Your Breath (Search and Rescue, #1) by Katie Ruggle Orphan X (Orphan X #1) by Gregg Hurwitz The Edge of Hell (Texas John Slaughter, #3) by William W. Johnstone A Tale of Two Murders Guilt, Innocence, and the Execution of Edith Thompson by Laura Thompson The Night Ferry (A Konrad Simonsen Thriller) by Lotte Hammer Hunter by James Byron Huggins The Lies We Told by Camilla Way Red Dragon (Hannibal Lecter, #1) by Thomas Harris The Unfleshed Tale of the Autopsic Bride by Lisa Vasquez A Borrowing of Bones (Mercy & Elvis Mysteries #1) by Paula MunierNight of The Pumpkin Man by Jack Beaumont The Death and Life of Eleanor Parker by Kerry Wilkinson Edinburgh Dusk (Ian Hamilton Mysteries #2) by Carole Lawrence The Promise by Teresa Driscoll First Grave on the Right (Charley Davidson, #1) by Darynda Jones She Lies in Wait (DCI Jonah Sheens, #1) by Gytha Lodge Murder at the Courthouse (Hidden Springs Mysteries #1) by A.H. Gabhart Top Secret Tales of World War II by William B. Breuer Right Between the Eyes (Rattlesnake Wells, #3) by William W. Johnstone The Lions of Lucerne (The Scot Harvath Series) by Brad Thor Christmas on the Run (Mission Rescue #8) by Shirlee McCoyForget Me Not by A.M. Taylor The Memory by Lucy Dawson Storm Rising (FBI K-9 #3) by Sara Driscoll Last Seen (Dr. Pepper Hunt, #1) by J.L. Doucette Ceremony in Death (In Death, #5) by J.D. Robb Preacher's Rage by William W. Johnstone Blood Brothers by Nick Pope Chasing American Monsters Over 250 Creatures, Cryptids, and Hairy Beasts by Jason Offutt The Winter Sister by Megan Collins Behind the Iron (Hank Fallon #2) by William W. Johnstone SEAL's Honor (Alaska Force, #1) by Megan CraneFast Vengeance (DEA FAST #7) by Kaylea Cross Return of the Birds by Joe Moore The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste Patriot Games (Movie Tie-In) by Tom Clancy Watching You by Lisa Jewell Paid In Blood (Buckhorn, #2) by William W. Johnstone Divided in Death (In Death, #18) by J.D. Robb Wine and Punishment (Literary Pub Mystery, #1) by Sarah Fox The Filth The Explosive Inside Story of Scotland Yard's Top Undercover Cop by Duncan MacLaughlin Straw into Gold Fairy Tales Re-Spun by Hilary McKay For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt Christmas Hideout (McKade Law #3) by Susan SleemanThe Trial of Lizzie Borden by Cara Robertson A High Sierra Christmas (Christmas, #8) by William W. Johnstone All That Remains A Renowned Forensic Scientist on Death, Mortality, and Solving Crimes by Sue Black Valentine Candy Murder by Leslie Meier A Duke Like No Other (Playful Brides, #9) by Valerie Bowman The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Its Terrifying Times A Cultural History by Joseph Lanza The Second Wife by Sheryl Browne The White Headhunter by Nigel Randell Watcher in the Woods (Rockton, #4) by Kelley Armstrong The Taken Girls by G.D. Sanders Defending Allye (Mountain Mercenaries, #1) by Susan StokerThe Quiet Hours by Michael Scanlon 

Just 3 stars for me

The Taken Girls - Lawrence Sanders

 

Someone is watching them…

When a missing teenage girl reappears unharmed but pregnant, the case falls to DI Edina Ogborne, the newest recruit of Canterbury Police. But Ed’s already got her hands full with a team who don’t want her, an ex who won’t quit, and terrible guilt over a secret from her past.

As Ed investigates the case, she discovers Canterbury has seen this crime not once, but several times before. And when Ed and her detectives encounter missing historic police files, falsified school records, and Ed’s new lover as a prime suspect, it becomes clear that the system has been corrupted.

Can Ed find the kidnapper behind these depraved crimes before he strikes again? Or has time already run out?

My Thoughts
Rating :3
Slow going into the story , kept bring up parts of Ed's past we already know about, I mean come on you already told us a some of her past that happened when she was a teenager ,you didn't have to keep remind us it, and she kept making stupid decision that could and would and have affected her job, a job she wants and loves . Would have finished it sooner but there was times I just wanted to put it down.Glad I didn't because even though it's slow , it does pick up a little bit not that much , and other thing I can't sstand was how the author also kept bring up the past of one of Ed's teammates, and once again we didn't need to be reminded of . So I the question I'm asking myself right now is this a new series and if it is I want to go on with it, and it's a maybe for right now. With that said I would like to thank Netgalley for letting mme read and review it in change for my honest opinion.

Why didn't I know about this series

Watcher In The Woods - Kelley Armstrong

In #1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong's latest thriller, the town of Rockton--and her fans--are in for another hair-raising adventure.

The secret town of Rockton has seen some rocky times lately; understandable considering its mix of criminals and victims fleeing society for refuge within its Yukon borders. Casey Duncan, the town's only detective on a police force of three, has already faced murder, arson and falling in love in less than the year that she's lived there. Yet even she didn't think it would be possible for an outsider to find and cause trouble in the town she's come to call home.

When a US Marshal shows up in town demanding the release of one of the residents, Casey and her boyfriend, Sheriff Dalton, are skeptical. And yet only hours later, the marshal is shot dead and the only visible suspects are the townspeople and her estranged sister, in town for just the weekend. It's up to Casey to figure out who murdered the marshal, and why they would kill to keep him quiet.

My thoughts
I've read books by Kelley Armstrong before and while I enjoyed them I was sure if I want to go on with the series but after reading this one even tthough its book 4 I now what to go and pick up the first 3 books to read , and I'm now wounding why I've never heard of this series before ,it has everything I like in series , the characters, the suspension , the action , need I say more , with that said I would love to say thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for letting me read and review it in change for my honest opinion as well as helping mme find a series of her I want to go on with.

Its Confusing ,its sadly been DNF

The White Headhunter - Nigel Randell

A REMARKABLE TRUE-LIFE HEART OF DARKNESS STORY

In 1868, Jack Renton, a teenage Scots sailor, was shanghaied in San Francisco. In 1876, he was rescued from captivity on the Pacific island of Malaita, home to a fearsome tribe of headhunters. After the rescue, in a sensational best-selling memoir, Renton recounted his eight-year adventure: how he jumped ship and drifted two thousand miles in an open whaleboat to the Solomon Islands, came ashore at Malaita, was stripped of his clothes, possessions and his very identity, but lived to serve the island’s tribal chief Kabou eventually as his most trusted adviser. For all the authenticity and riveting detail, however, it turns out that Renton’s chronicle glossed over key events that made him the man that Kabou said he loved, "as my first-born son."

Mining the oral history passed down in detail from generations of Malaitans, documentary filmmaker Nigel Randell has pieced together a more complete and grislier account of Renton’s experience—as a man forced to assimilate in order to survive. While The White Headhunter is the story of a man transformed by an island, it is also the story of a man who transformed the island as he prepared it for the onslaught of Western civilization.

My thoughts
When i first heard about it the publisher sent me a message and asked if it would be something that would be of interest to me and as soon as I read the book synopsis i was yes please , it was a new to me author , non fiction which is something i love to read and it was a part of history i never heard of before so whats not to love, but sadly there is a problem, and that problem is i have no idea what is going on with the story , and I mean that 100 %. Its confusing, and the author seems to jump from one thing to another and then back again. I've even tried re reading the chapters I've read to see if i can get an idea of what is going on and i still can't figure it out, So with that said I'm DNF it , with that said I would love to thank the publishers and Netgalley for a lest letting me try to read this and review in change for my honest opinion

loved it , if you liked or loved The Wife Between Us and The Ex-Wife then check this one out

The Second Wife - Sheryl Browne

Rebecca and Nicole swore to be best friends forever. But three years after they last met up, Rebecca receives a phone call from Nicole’s devoted husband, Richard. Nicole is dead, a tragic suicide. Drowned in a river close to her family home, Richard was the one who pulled her body from the water. Now he can’t even speak about what happened.

While Rebecca reels from the news, she reads her friend’s last letters to her and begins to wonder if she knew Nicole at all. What secrets was she keeping from all the people who knew and loved her?

As Rebecca gets closer and closer to Richard, things go too far and she begins to slip into Nicole’s old life – staying in her home, sleeping in her bed… But if she’s going to become the wife Nicole never was, can she keep herself safe?

My thoughts
5 stars all the way
as soon as i saw this and read the book synopsis I was like this reminds me of two other Netgalley books I've read this year and loved , and that they gave off the same vibe as this one and they was The Wife Between Us by The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen and The Ex-Wife
by Jess Ryder,and i was so right , just like them it pulled me in and i was hooked , and not once did i think about putting it down, i had to keep reading and see what happened next, just like them is now one of my favorite ones to read and i want to own a copy of it, its also a book i would tell my friends about ,because they tens to like the same things i do, in fact i already have, can't wait to read more by this author , so if you like and loved The Wife Between Us and the Ex-Wife then you might want to check this one out as well, with that said I want to say thanks to Netgalley and the publishers for letting read and review The Second Wife and for helping me find other author that i like in change for my honest opinion.

current reading

If you liked or loved CSI then you might want to check this out

For fans of Caitlin Doughty, Mary Roach, and CSI shows, a renowned forensic scientist on death and mortality.

Dame Sue Black is an internationally renowned forensic anthropologist and human anatomist. She has lived her life eye to eye with the Grim Reaper, and she writes vividly about it in this book, which is part primer on the basics of identifying human remains, part frank memoir of a woman whose first paying job as a schoolgirl was to apprentice in a butcher shop, and part no-nonsense but deeply humane introduction to the reality of death in our lives. It is a treat for CSI junkies, murder mystery and thriller readers, and anyone seeking a clear-eyed guide to a subject that touches us all.

Cutting through hype, romanticism, and cliché, she recounts her first dissection; her own first acquaintance with a loved one’s death; the mortal remains in her lab and at burial sites as well as scenes of violence, murder, and criminal dismemberment; and about investigating mass fatalities due to war, accident, or natural disaster, such as the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. She uses key cases to reveal how forensic science has developed and what her work has taught her about human nature.

Acclaimed by bestselling crime writers and fellow scientists alike, All That Remains is neither sad nor macabre. While Professor Black tells of tragedy, she also infuses her stories with a wicked sense of humor and much common sense
My thoughts
rating : 5 stars
Wow what a great read , and I couldn't put it down. The author gives you in-depth information about what a forensic anthropologist and human anatomist does , and how they work case that are solved and might have never be solved at all, and while its a very serious matter to talk about , she does throw in some humor to brake it up.She makes it very easy to understand how important they are , and has a why of making her job more realistic then the tv shows does , with that said i want to thank Edelwiss+ for letting me read and review it in change for my honest opinion and i will differentially be on the look out for books by her .

A High Sierra Christmas

A High Sierra Christmas by William W.Johnstone and J.A Johnstone

genre: western

series : Christmas 8

Netgalley Arc

read: 12/17/18

rating: 4.5 

book synopsis:

A Jensen family holiday takes a dark and dangerous turn—on the infamous Donner Pass—in this thrilling epic adventure from the bestselling Johnstones . . .

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the High Sierras. But Smoke Jensen and his children, Louis and Denise, won’t let a little snow stop them from heading to Reno for the holidays. There are two ways for them to get there: the long way, going around the Sierra Nevada Mountains, or the short way, going right through them. Smoke decides to take a gamble. They’ll follow the trail that, decades earlier, brought the legendary Donner Party to a gruesome, tragic end . . .

And so the journey begins. The Jensens share a stagecoach with a stranger who’s planning to rob a bank. Smoke wants to stop him, as well as his notorious gang of outlaws. But he’s outgunned and outnumbered. And when a blizzard traps them in the mountains, he’s out of luck too. Like the Donner Party before them, the Jensens will be forced to do whatever it takes to survive. This time, they’re hoping history doesn’t repeat itself. But sometimes, the ghosts of the past just won’t stay
buried .

 

My thoughts 

a story that shows you what a family will to survive ,nonstop action  all the way , so if you love books that have horses, stagecoaches, trains, avalanches, bank robbers and gunslingers, and the will to survive and do what ever it takes then this is for you . With that said i want to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it .

First Part of My 2019 Reads

Their broke down by month 

Books I plain to read 
January 
total books to read:9
books
1 Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith-physical
2: The Nowhere Man (Orphan X #2) by Gregg Hurwitz-netgalley
3: The Burglar by Thomas Perry-netgalley
4: Hellbent (Orphan X #3) by Gregg Hurwitz-netgalley
5: Depraved Difference (Detective Shakespeare Mysteries, #1) by J. Robert Kennedy-kindle
6: The Au Pair by Emma Rous-netgalley
7" Guns of the Mountain Man (Mountain Man, #24) by William W. Johnstone-netgalley
8; Honor of the Mountain Man (Mountain Man, #20) by William W. Johnstone-netgalley
9: The Luck of the Bride (The Cavensham Heiresses #3) by Janna MacGregor-netgalley

 

 

February
read a total of 9

10: George Washington's Secret Spy War The Making of America's First Spymaster by John A. Nagy - physical
11: The Perfect Horse the Daring U.S. Mission to Rescue the Priceless Stallions Kidnapped by the Nazis by Elizabeth Letts-physical
12: Murder by the Book (Melanie Hart #1-3) by Anna Drake-kindle
13: The Odyssey by Homer-kindle
14: Satellite Lost by John Paul Cater-kindle
15: Master and Commander (Aubrey & Maturin, #1) by Patrick O'Brian-kindle
16: A Darker Shade of Magic (Shades of Magic, #1) by V.E. Schwab-google play
17: Kaiju Rampage by Eric S. Brown-kindle
18: The Radium Girls The Dark Story of America's Shining Women by Kate Moore-kindle
19: Brotherhood of the Gun (Blood Bond, #2) by William W. Johnstone-netgalley

 

 

March
read a total of 9 

20: The Sumerians Discover History?s First Civilization - Everything You Need to Know About the Sumerians of the Ancient World by Thomas Beckett-kindle
21: The Lady in the Cellar Murder, Scandal and Insanity in Victorian Bloomsbury by Sinclair McKay-netgalley
22: The Sixth Day (A Brit in the FBI, #5) by Catherine Coulter-netgalley
23: The Sheikh's Unexpected Wife (Zahkim Sheikhs #3) by Leslie North-netgalley
24: The Sheikh's Tempting Assistant (Sheikh's Meddling Sisters, #1) by Leslie North-netgalley
25: The Sheikh’s Island Fling (Sheikh's Meddling Sisters, #2) by Leslie North-netgalley
26: The Sheikh’s Pregnant Fake Wife (Sheikh’s Meddling Sisters, #3) by Leslie North-netgalley
27: Kim by Rudyard Kipling-kindle
28: Winter by M. Raiya -Netgalley

 

 

April 
read a total of 9 

29: The Red House Mystery by A.A. Milne-kindle
30: Colter's Journey (Tim Colter, #1) by William W. Johnstone-physical
31: The Velveteen Rabbit (Rabbit Ears) by Margery Williams Bianco-kindle
32: Hercule Poirot's Casebook (Hercule Poirot, #42) by Agatha Christie-physical
33: The Reversal (Mickey Haller, #3; Harry Bosch Universe, #21) by Michael Connelly-physical
34: The Watchmaker's Daughter (Glass and Steele, #1) by C.J. Archer-kindle
35: The Wife's Secret by Kerry Wilkinson-netgalley
36: Dragonflight (Pern Dragonriders of Pern, #1) by Anne McCaffrey-google play
37: The Classroom by A.L. Bird-netgalley 

 
 
May 
read a total of 9

38: Letters from Alcatraz by Michael Esslinger-kindle
39: Redwall (Redwall, #1) by Brian Jacques-physical
40: The Angel of Darkness (Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, #2) by Caleb Carr-physical
41: The Purge of Babylon (Purge of Babylon, #1) by Sam Sisavath-kindle
42: Kraken's Keep by Jean Kilczer-kindle
43: Stalking Jack the Ripper (Stalking Jack the Ripper, #1) by Kerri Maniscalco-physical
44: The Hunt for Red October (Movie Tie-In) by Tom Clancy-physical
45: The House of the Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne-kindle 

 
 
June
read a total of 10

46; MINIMAL by Phillip R. Hall-kindle
47; Footprints in the Frosting (Holly Hart, #1) by Laura Pauling- kindle
48: Hero Dogs How a Pack of Rescues, Rejects, and Strays Became America's Greatest Disaster-Search Partners by Wilma Melville-netgalley
49: The Darkest Thread (The Flint K-9 Search and Rescue Mysteries #1) by Jen Blood-kindle
50: Savage Sam (Old Yeller, #2) by Fred Gipson-physical

51:: Shōgun (Asian Saga, #1) by James Clavell- Google play
52: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain- physical 
53; Out of the Dark (Orphan X, #4) by Gregg Hurwitz-netgalley
54; Odd Thomas (Odd Thomas, #1) by Dean Koontz- physical 

 
After I read these I pick the rest of my TBR for July - December 
 
 
 

2019 Reading Goals

2019 Goodreads Reading Goal : 54 books

Just to have fun reading and not stress out about what I'm reading no matter how long the books are ,so its all about JUST TO HAVE FUN READING 

No matter what don't stress out if I'm behind on my Netgalley ARC reviews , like I kind of was in 2018 

And the last thing I have to remember is this :

NEVER FORCE YOURSELF  TO READ A BOOK YOU DO NOT ENJOY 

 

 

 

 

Non fiction about Lizzie Borden

Netgalley EPUB date read : 12/14/18 rating: 4.5 stars comes out : March 12, 2019 Gener: Non fiction ( true crime) The Trial Of Lizzie Borden :Book review:The remarkable new account of an essential piece of American mythology—the trial of Lizzie Borden—based on twenty years of research and recently unearthed evidence.
 
The Trial of Lizzie Borden tells the true story of one of the most sensational murder trials in American history. When Andrew and Abby Borden were brutally hacked to death in Fall River, Massachusetts, in August 1892, the arrest of the couple’s younger daughter Lizzie turned the case into international news and her trial into a spectacle unparalleled in American history. Reporters flocked to the scene. Well-known columnists took up conspicuous seats in the courtroom. The defendant was relentlessly scrutinized for signs of guilt or innocence. Everyone—rich and poor, suffragists and social conservatives, legal scholars and laypeople—had an opinion about Lizzie Borden’s guilt or innocence. Was she a cold-blooded murderess or an unjustly persecuted lady? Did she or didn’t she?
 
The popular fascination with the Borden murders and its central enigmatic character has endured for more than one hundred years. Immortalized in rhyme, told and retold in every conceivable genre, the murders have secured a place in the American pantheon of mythic horror, but one typically wrenched from its historical moment. In contrast, Cara Robertson explores the stories Lizzie Borden’s culture wanted and expected to hear and how those stories influenced the debate inside and outside of the courtroom. Based on transcripts of the Borden legal proceedings, contemporary newspaper accounts, unpublished local accounts, and recently unearthed letters from Lizzie herself, The Trial of Lizzie Borden offers a window onto America in the Gilded Age, showcasing its most deeply held convictions and its most troubling social anxieties
 
My Thoughts
rating: 4.5
For a debut book as well as for the author , I'm glad that I picked this one to read , because I'm now looking foreword to see what else she writes about, while I knew a little bit about the case going into the story i didn't know a hole lot about it and that funny since i love to read true crime , and its ones of my top non fiction to read , i do have to say that the author brought the story to life , and made you think about why Lizzie did this , was she crazy , was it out of hatred to her father and step mother or was there something else going on that people just didn't see. Still a good book to read . With that said I want to say thank you to Netgalley for letting me read and review it in a change for my honest opinion.

Completed my 2018 Goodreads Reading Goal

237 books in 2018.

 
  • Paid In Blood by William W. Johnstone
  • Patriot Games by Tom Clancy
  • Watching You by Lisa Jewell
  • The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste
  • Return of the Birds by Joe Moore
  • Fast Vengeance by Kaylea Cross
  • SEAL's Honor by Megan Crane
  • Behind the Iron by William W. Johnstone
  • The Winter Sister by Megan  Collins
  • Chasing American Monsters by Jason Offutt
  • Blood Brothers by Nick Pope
  • Preacher's Rage by William W. Johnstone
  • Ceremony in Death by J.D. Robb
  • Last Seen by J.L. Doucette
  • Storm Rising by Sara Driscoll
  • The Memory by Lucy Dawson
  • Forget Me Not by A.M.  Taylor
  • Christmas on the Run by Shirlee McCoy
  • The Lions of Lucerne by Brad Thor
  • Right Between the Eyes by William W. Johnstone
  • Top Secret Tales of World War II by William B. Breuer
  • Murder at the Courthouse by A.H. Gabhart
  • She Lies in Wait by Gytha Lodge
  • First Grave on the Right by Darynda Jones
  • The Promise by Teresa Driscoll
  • Edinburgh Dusk by Carole Lawrence
  • The Death and Life of Eleanor Parker by Kerry Wilkinson
  • Night of The Pumpkin Man by Jack Beaumont
  • A Borrowing of Bones by Paula Munier
  • The Unfleshed by Lisa Vasquez
  • Red Dragon by Thomas   Harris
  • The Lies We Told by Camilla Way
  • The Night Ferry by Lotte Hammer
  • Hunter by James Byron Huggins
  • A Tale of Two Murders by Laura Thompson
  • Little Darlings by Melanie Golding
  • The Edge of Hell by William W. Johnstone
  • Witches' Brew by Morgana Best
  • Hold Your Breath by Katie Ruggle
  • Orphan X by Gregg Hurwitz
  • Antarctica's Lost Aviator by Jeff Maynard
  • 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King
  • Dark Captive by Kate Douglas
  • And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
  • Dictionary of Dinosaurs by Natural History Museum
  • Haunted World War II by Matthew L. Swayne
  • The Crimes of Jack the Ripper by Paul Roland
  • Through the Fire by Katie Ruggle
  • Death in Paris by Emilia Bernhard
  • Damnation Valley by William W. Johnstone
  • Vendetta by Iris Johansen
  • The Ex-Wife by Jess Ryder
  • Insomnia by Stephen King
  • The Bones Will Tell by Vickie McKeehan
  • Rattus New Yorkus by Hunter Shea
  • Dying Scream by Mary Burton
  • Rumpelstiltskin's Daughter by Breeana Puttroff
  • Flotilla of the Dead by David P. Forsyth
  • The House Without A Key by Earl Derr Biggers
  • Thresher by Michael Cole
  • Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
  • The Moor by Sam Haysom
  • Afraid by Jack Kilborn
  • What Lurks Beneath by Ryan Lockwood
  • Kiss Kill Love Him Still by Jamie  Blair
  • Broken Ground by Val McDermid
  • True Bigfoot Stories by Roger P. Mills
  • The Fractured Earth by Matt     Hart
  • True Paranormal Hauntings by Max Mason Hunter
  • Redeeming The Pirate by Chloe Flowers
  • 55 Graves by Robert P. Maroney
  • Shadow's Bane by Karen Chance
  • Typhoon Fury by Clive Cussler
  • Death Among the Dead by Stephen Charlick
  • The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy by Tim Tate
  • The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware
  • The Sheikh's Determined Lover by Leslie North
  • Ugadra Enile by Bradford L. Blaine
  • Abandoned by Allison Brennan
  • The Alienist by Caleb Carr
  • Haunted Artifacts by Sarah Ashley
  • The Flying Tigers by Samuel Kleiner
  • A People's History of the Vampire Uprising by Raymond A. Villareal
  • Forever Charmed by Rose Pressey
  • Jar of Hearts by Jennifer Hillier
  • Creature by Hunter Shea
  • An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks
  • Into the Storm by Taylor Anderson
  • Trigger Warning by William W. Johnstone
  • Whiskey Witches - Complete Season 1 by S.M. Blooding
  • Deadly Secrets by Robert Bryndza
  • Exit Strategy by Steve Hamilton
  • Glory in Death by J.D. Robb
  • The Silent Executioner by Marcel Allain
  • Intensity by Dean Koontz
  • The Return of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • The Devil to Pay by William W. Johnstone
  • The Good Twin by Marti Green
  • The Angel Makers by Tessa Harris
  • Cold Malice by Toni Anderson
  • Out, Proud, and Prejudiced by Megan Reddaway
  • A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot
  • Serpentine by Laurell K. Hamilton
  • Under the Woods by K.A.  Richardson
  • Woodcutter by Shaun Baines
  • The Neighbor by Joseph Souza
  • The Forbidden Door by Dean Koontz
  • Forgotten Soldiers of World War I by Alexander F Barnes
  • The Monuments Men by Robert M. Edsel
  • One Last Breath by Lisa Jackson
  • Our House by Louise Candlish
  • Preacher by William W. Johnstone
  • Island of the Mad by Laurie R. King
  • The Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett
  • Into the Storm by Tristram Korten
  • Forsaken by Michael McBride
  • Subhuman by Michael McBride
  • Testament by David Gibbins
  • Who Killed These Girls? by Beverly Lowry
  • Pirate Heiress by Chloe Flowers
  • The Morgue and Me by John C. Ford
  • Dead Fish by Ruth Carrington
  • Trail of Terror by Richard Estep
  • High Alert by Alex Lukeman
  • Pitchfork Pass by William W. Johnstone
  • White Houses by Amy Bloom
  • The Big Book of Female Detectives by Otto Penzler
  • After Anna by Lisa Scottoline
  • American Detective by Thomas A. Reppetto
  • Wild Hunger by Chloe Neill
  • No Justice in Hell by Charles G. West
  • As Sick as Our Secrets by A.B. Whelan
  • Don't You Dare by A.J. Waines
  • The Darwin Variant by Kenneth Johnson
  • Graves of Wrath by Lina Gardiner
  • The Legend of Perley Gates by William W. Johnstone
  • The Coroner by Jennifer Graeser Dornbush
  • Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman
  • SIDETRACKED by Richard T. Cahill Jr.
  • On Desperate Ground by Hampton Sides
  • Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird by James C Goodall
  • The Chuckwagon Trail by William W. Johnstone
  • Orca Rising by Chris Hannon
  • The Passion of Cleopatra by Anne Rice
  • The Evil Trance by Mark Dysan
  • My Lady Captor by Hannah Howell
  • The Sheikh's Captive American by Leslie North
  • Ride the Savage Land by William W. Johnstone
  • Jurassic Florida by Hunter Shea
  • The Big Book of Rogues and Villains by Otto Penzler
  • Devil's Gate by Clive Cussler
  • Poseidon's Arrow by Clive Cussler
  • Last Night by Kerry Wilkinson
  • Murder on the Home Front by Molly Lefebure
  • Joyland by Stephen King
  • The Hunger by Alma Katsu
  • Creature from the Crevasse by Michael Cole
  • The Bookworm by Mitch Silver
  • Shock Wave by Clive Cussler
  • Brotherhood in Death by J.D. Robb
  • Blood Demons by Richard Jeffries
  • Her Last Lie by Amanda Brittany
  • Prehistoric Life by DK Publishing
  • Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison
  • Entranced by Jessica Sorensen
  • The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
  • Inquisition by David Gibbins
  • Deadly Day in Tombstone by William W. Johnstone
  • Agatha Christie by Laura Thompson
  • The Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver
  • Arminius by Robert Fabbri
  • The Medici Letters by Taylor Buck
  • Rattle by Fiona Cummins
  • Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young
  • Wereworld by Curtis Jobling
  • Preacher's Kill by William W. Johnstone
  • The Gunslinger by Stephen King
  • Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody
  • Inherit the Dead by Jonathan Santlofer
  • Survive the Night by Katie Ruggle
  • Border War by Lou Dobbs
  • Ancient Egypt Secrets Explained! by Jeffrey Houston
  • Deadly Night by Heather Graham
  • My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier
  • Sinking the Sultana by Sally M. Walker
  • Coffin Scarcely Used by Colin Watson
  • The Stalking Death by William W. Johnstone
  • Drink Deep by Chloe Neill
  • And the Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich
  • The Dolocher by European P. Douglas
  • The High Tide Club by Mary Kay Andrews
  • Magnificence by Madison Thorne Grey
  • Violent Crimes by Phillip Margolin
  • Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage
  • Pride v. Prejudice by Joan Hess
  • Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris
  • KILL THE GRIFFIN by Morgan Hannah MacDonald
  • The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston
  • Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones
  • If You Go Down to the Woods by Seth C. Adams
  • The Culling by Ramona Finn
  • Buckhorn by William W. Johnstone
  • Blood and Thunder by Hampton Sides
  • The Devil's Grin by Annelie Wendeberg
  • Dead Day by Karla M. Hull
  • Last Girl Gone by J.G. Hetherton
  • Nyxia Unleashed by Scott Reintgen
  • Secrets in Death by J.D. Robb
  • The Babysitter by Sheryl Browne
  • Wolf Tales 12 Exposed by Kate Douglas
  • Shattered Mirror by Iris Johansen
  • A False Report by T. Christian Miller
  • The Marines' Lost Squadron The Odyssey of VMF-422 by Mark Carlson
  • Terrifying Tales by Edgar Allan Poe
  • Innocent Blood by James Rollins
  • Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon by Kerrelyn Sparks
  • Windsworn by Derek Alan Siddoway
  • Dragon's Guard by Eva Chase
  • I, Ripper by Stephen Hunter
  • Hard Bitten by Chloe Neill
  • The Crooked Staircase by Dean Koontz
  • The Blood Gospel by James Rollins
  • Rocket Men by Robert Kurson
  • Mark of the Dagger by Stella Rae
  • Macarthur's Spies by Peter Eisner
  • The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
  • The New Guinea Job by Vince Milam
  • The Romanov Ransom by Clive Cussler
  • Battlefield Earth by L. Ron Hubbard
  • Last Stop in Brooklyn by Lawrence H. Levy
  • The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers
  • Code Name by Morgan Hannah MacDonald
  • Her Soldier of Fortune by Michelle Major
  • Mister Tender's Girl by Carter   Wilson
  • Submerging Inferno by Brandon Witt
 

November Wrap Up - total books read 21

Total Read : 21

Netgalley

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Physical Books

Creep

The Bone Keeper

by : Luca Veste

Pup date: Feb 1, 2019

Genre: thriller

What if the figure that haunted your nightmares as child, the myth of the man in the woods, was real?

He'll slice your flesh.
Your bones he'll keep.

Twenty years ago, four teenagers went exploring in the local woods, trying to find to the supposed home of The Bone Keeper. Only three returned.

Now, a woman is found wandering the streets of Liverpool, horrifically injured, claiming to have fled the Bone Keeper. Investigating officer DC Louise Henderson must convince skeptical colleagues that this urban myth might be flesh and blood. But when a body is unearthed in the woodland the woman has fled from, the case takes on a much darker tone. The disappeared have been found. And their killer is watching every move the police make.

The brilliant new police procedural from Luca Veste, featuring series characters Murphy and Rossi - a guaranteed page-turner.

my Thoughts
4.5
It really is a page- turner , because as soon as i read the first page which has the poem i was hooked because of how keep it was and is ,
The Bone Keeper's coming
The Bone Keeper's real
He doesn't stop
He doesn't feel
He'll snatch you up
And make you weep
He'll slice your flesh
Your bones he'll keep.
The story is told in chapters title Before and Now, while the before chapters can be a little confusion at times , the more you read the more understanding their become and eventually link up to the rest of the story , but to understand how and why you have to read the story. As for the characters the only one i had trouble with was Louise, there was times i just had trouble believing in her character .and you have no idea if its a copy cat or if the Bone Keeper is real . So if you like stories like this and not just any type of story but the ones that holds an element of surprise and actually gives you the heebie-jeebies and uneasiness with its creepy children’s rhyme and an urban myth that plays on people’s fears, think the bogey man crossed with the worse kind of killer ( like Jack the Ripper) and your half way there.Plus add a touch of the slasher elements to it and you wouldn't want to go any where by yourself. With that said I would like to think Netgalley for letting me read and review it in a change my honest opinion.

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