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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Celine

Celine Each of Peter Heller’s three novels sends dissimilar characters in wildly diverse directions.  Yet there is a thematic consistency between The Dog Stars and

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Crime
Ann Ronald

Night School

NIGHT SCHOOL – JACK REACHER AND CLASSMATES? Night School, Lee Child’s twentieth Jack Reacher novel, isn’t the first I’ve reviewed for “Bookin’ with Sunny’ and

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Girl Before

The Girl Before The first mystery to be solved: who is JP Delaney?  Before writing any book review, I generally check online to see what

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

Susan Hill x Three

THE VARIOUS HAUNTS OF MEN  –  THE PURE IN HEART  – THE RISK OF DARKNESS Susan Hill’s Simon Serrailler series features an introspective chief superintendent

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Under the Harrow

UNDER THE HARROW  –  A HARROWING TALE OF GRIEF Flynn Berry adopts her title from a C. S. Lewis classic, A Grief Observed: “Come, what

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Crime
Ann Ronald

The Travelers

The Travelers is the third thriller by Chris Pavone that I’ve reviewed for “Bookin’ with Sunny.” Pavone’s latest is every bit as thrilling as its

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Tahoe Dark

TAHOE DARK, AN OWEN MCKENNA MYSTERY Todd Borg’s latest Lake Tahoe mystery thriller, Tahoe Dark, follows a pattern beloved by his avid readers. Something bad

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Books on books
Ann Ronald

The Book of Speculation

The Book of Speculation As Sunny’s regular readers must have surmised by now, I’m not much of a fan of science fiction and I never

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Granite Moth

The Granite Moth  –  Satiric noir dressed in comedic drag Private investigators come in countless shapes and sizes, and boast a variety of personality quirks.

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