The Body Reader by Anne Frasier

August 23rd, 2016 Kimberly Review 47 Comments

23rd Aug
The Body Reader by Anne Frasier

Fourth of July weekend, despite my pile of ARCS and my long TBR list I was in the mood for something different to read. Can you relate? My Kindle Oasis has Ads that appear on the screen saver and The Body Reader had teased me all week-long. On impulse, I clicked read more, read the synopsis and clicked BUY, only to discover as a Prime member I could read it free! This was my first time taking advantage of the lending library and I am eager to try it again next month.

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End of Watch by Stephen King

July 7th, 2016 Kimberly Review 54 Comments

7th Jul
End of Watch by Stephen King

End of Watch by Stephen King is the final book in the Bill Hodges trilogy and it was brilliant. I love King’s work from his classic horror to his twisted tales of supernatural suspense. The Bill Hodges series was the perfect blend of both. I continued listening to audio with End of Watch. Will Patton once again narrated, and I love listening to him. Suspenseful and twisted End of Watch had me holding my breath, shivering and wiping tears from eyes.

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Into the Light by Aleatha Romig

July 6th, 2016 Kimberly Review 55 Comments

6th Jul
Into the Light by Aleatha Romig

Into the Light written by Aleatha Romig, is the first novel in The Light series a dark mystery thriller surrounding a cult, murder and missing woman. After Braine @ Talk Supe introduced me to the series, I was delighted to be able to review the audiobook. Narrated by Kevin T. Collins, Erin deWard and Noah Michael Levine, Aleatha Romig took me on one heck of a thrilling ride.

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The Widow by Fiona Barton

February 11th, 2016 Kimberly Review 60 Comments

11th Feb
The Widow by Fiona Barton

The Widow by Fiona Barton shares the tale from the perspective of a wife whose husband has been accused of committing a heinous crime. One often wonders if the spouse knew what their significant other was up to, if they aided them or turned a blind eye. The Widow shares with us such a case.

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