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Hunting Ground (Book2 in Alpha & Omega series) by Patricia Briggs. Charles Connick and Anna's story continued. Charles and Anna travel to Seattle to mediate conference between American and european werewolves. Throw in some Vampires and a Fae who wants to destroy them all.





The Angel
by Carla Neggers. First time author read of romantic suspense novel with supernatural elements. Keira Sullivan goes to Ireland to research Celtic Legends and ends up being in the middle of murder investigation. There is an evil killer on the loose and she may be next. Look forward to reading more by Carla Neggers.



The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Read for Banned Book week. Full of adultery, treachery and deceit and has a sad ending.





The Judas Strain by James Rollins (A sigma force novel) A terrible plague is affecting the residents, wildlife and sea life of Christmas Island and the surrounding area. It seems it all started with Marco Polo. The good guys and bad guys are both trying to find the cure while duking it out and trying avoid cannibals and killer squids. Very interesting.


Hunt Her Down by Roxanne St. Claire. Another Bullet catchers novel featuring Dan Gallagher. He goes off in search of an old friend, Maggie because the drug lord she put behind bars is out of jail and now her life is in danger. He is in for the surprise of his life. Romantic, steamy, and action packed.


The Magician - 2nd book in the secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series by Michael Scott. Just as interesting as the first and takes up where the first left off. Nicholas, Sophie, Josh and Scatty emerge in Paris only to discover more danger. While they try to outwit those who are after them, Sophie homes her skills in Fire Magic and Josh's powers are unleashed.

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  1. I love the plot premise in The Angel. Just checked my library, and they have others by Neggers, but not this one :( Will try Bookmooch next! Loved your summary of The Judas Strain - it really is the book in a nutshell.

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  2. I can't really argue with your one-sentence review of The Great Gatsby, but there is a bit more, too!

    I have the Michael Scott books, but just haven't gotten around to reading them yet.

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