A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot

October 24th, 2018 Kimberly Review 26 Comments

24th Oct
A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot

A Merciful Silence by Kendra Elliot is the fourth novel in the Mercy Kilpatrick series and the darkest and strongest novel in the series to date. When the bones of a family are discovered after flooding, Mercy is reminded of a similar murder that happened over twenty years ago, but that killer is in jail. Mercy will be tested as loved ones are placed in danger and the body count continues.

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Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

October 23rd, 2018 Kimberly Review 32 Comments

23rd Oct
Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

I picked up Foundryside after reading a recommendation from Kevin Hearne, and I couldn’t be happier. I listened to the narration performed by Tara Sands. An action-packed, suspenseful tale with an unlikely heroine set in a dystopian world, Bennett captivated and enthralled me from the opening chapter.

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Close to the Bone by Kendra Elliot

October 22nd, 2018 Kimberly Review 46 Comments

22nd Oct
Close to the Bone by Kendra Elliot

Set on Widow’s Island off the Pacific Northwest. Close to the Bone by Kendra Elliot is the first of four scheduled novellas. Each book contains a murder-mystery and there is an overall arc about a missing person from twenty years ago. From the characters to the island history I quickly slipped into this series.

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Origins by Ilona Andrews

October 19th, 2018 Kimberly Review 31 Comments

19th Oct
Origins by Ilona Andrews

When you need an Ilona Andrews fix and find an old novella on your Kindle! Somehow I bought Origins in 2016, in fact on its release date and then forgot about it. This was a fast-paced off planet tale that left me craving more.

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Lost Library by Kate Baray

October 18th, 2018 Kimberly Review 35 Comments

18th Oct
Lost Library by Kate Baray

I am sucker for libraries, and if you make it magical, I am all over it. This is how I ended up grabbing Lost Library by Kate Baray. Lycan, spelled books, and a lost library pulled me into this tale that has us jetting around the world.

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