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    Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

    Lock Every Door by Riley Sager My rating: 4 of 5 stars Well. Let me say that Riley Sager has been on my radar since I stumbled upon Chapter and Converse on BookTube. Since she seems to have similar taste in books, I was happy to find Lock Every Door on my public library’s Libby app. Lock Every Door is a thriller in the truest sense of the word. As the book begins, the main character has stumbled upon a job opportunity when she needs it most, at the mythical Bartholomew building. We learn that she and her older sister spent years reading about the building in a child’s story…

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    The Searcher by Tana French

    The Searcher by Tana French My rating: 4 of 5 stars If I’m being honest, I found In the Woods just “ok” so I expected to have a similiar reaction to The Searcher but I was proven wrong with this. It may perhaps be the lulling descriptions of Irish village life, it may be that this story lacks the back and forth of In the Woods but this may be what sets me back to finish the Dublin Murder Squad series. Cal has retired from the Chicago PD, been divorced from his wife, and is looking for a quiet and uneventful life in the Irish countryside. No surprise: the idyllic…

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