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What books are you eagerly waiting for? (Mysteries, thrillers, suspense, cozies, etc.)

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Re: What books are you eagerly waiting for? (Mysteries, thrillers, suspense, cozies, etc.)


becke_davis wrote:

Speaking from among the Bones (Flavia de Luce Series #5)  


Looking forward to that one too along with Louise Penny's next one!

 

Also I am anxiously waiting for Julia Spencer-Fleming's next book, Through The Evil Days.

 

 

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eadieburke wrote:

becke_davis wrote:

Speaking from among the Bones (Flavia de Luce Series #5)  


Looking forward to that one too along with Louise Penny's next one!

 

Also I am anxiously waiting for Julia Spencer-Fleming's next book, Through The Evil Days.

 

 


Yes, I'm waiting for those - and Deborah Crombie's next one, too! And Duffy Brown's next one - too many to list!

 

 

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Re: What books are you eagerly waiting for? (Mysteries, thrillers, suspense, cozies, etc.)

The Blood Gospel - James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell 

 

The Kings Deception - Steve Berry 

 

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Sorry, I just realized I posted this in the wrong area but it doesnt give me an option to delete.

 

 

 

Amazing read, had me enthralled. I am a little unsure of the ending. Is it going to be a series or just a transition for the next book?

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leisure_reader wrote:

The Blood Gospel - James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell 

 

The Kings Deception - Steve Berry 

 


Isn't cool that Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins co-authored a book?

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VirginiaBorn wrote:

Sorry, I just realized I posted this in the wrong area but it doesnt give me an option to delete.

 

 

 

Amazing read, had me enthralled. I am a little unsure of the ending. Is it going to be a series or just a transition for the next book?