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No One Can Really Keep a Secret

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Two Can Keep a Secret

By: Karen M. McManus

So you’re going to live with grandma for a little while in a town you’ve never seen. You know it only because your Aunt disappeared from there and was never seen again. Or how about the body of a high schooler found at the murder theme park?

Or how about the hit and run victim you find on your way into town from that airport?

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Who’s More Annoying?

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Stalking Jack the Ripper

By: Kerri Maniscalco

Grade: D+/C

I did something with this series that I really never do. Seeing as how I was most interested in the Houdini one (the most recent) I splurged and brought all 3 released books. I had heard good things and what the heck?

So naturally this book annoyed the hell out of me!

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I Do Not Trust You Blog Tour

I Do not Trust You

I Do Not Trust You

By: Laura J. Burns & Melinda Metz

Published By: Wednesday Books

Available: September 11th (Today!)

Memphis “M” Engel is stubborn, graced with knowledge of lost languages and cultures, and a good opponent in a fight.

Ash Sood is holding onto a whole lot of secrets but he needs a map M inherited from her archeologist father that will lead him to a relic with the power to destroy the world. M needs to hold onto that map- or find the relic- whichever comes first to save what’s left of her family.

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The Disappearances

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The Disappearances

By: Emily Bain Murphy

Grade: A-

A family tragedy and World War 2 forces Aila and her younger brother back to her mother’s hometown to live with her childhood friend. But Sterling is not your regular town. Every seven years something has disappeared. Not small somethings either. Stars. Reflections. Dreams. Aila arrives right in time for the next disappearance and begins to wonder about her mother’s connection to the disappearances.

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