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Books Read July 2015 (Books 63-73)

Below is a summary of my July reading with links to longer reviews in my journal.

Book 63: The Master Magician (Paper Magician Trilogy #3) by Charlie N. Holmberg, 2015. 226 pages. More painful history fail but wanted to finish the trilogy. Review here.

Book 64: Phoenix and Ashes Elemental Masters #4) by Mercedes Lackey. 2004. 400 pages. Unabridged Audiobook (15 hrs, 18 mins) Read by Michelle Ford. Re-telling of Cinderella during Great War. Review here.

Book 65: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. 1865. Illustrated by John Tenniel. 192 pages.
Book 66: Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll. 1871. Illustrated by John Tenniel.224 pages. Classic works of children's fantasy. Reviews of Books 65 and 66.

Book 67: Blonde Hair, Blue Eyes by Karin Slaughter, 2015. 80 pages. Teaser prequel for her new stand-alone thriller. Inspired me to buy the novel on day of publication.
Book 68: Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter, 2015. 544 pages. Dark crime thriller full of twists. Reviews of Books 67 and 68.

Book 69: The Hippopotamus Pool (Amelia Peabody #8) by Elizabeth Peters, 1996. 404 pages. Unabridged Audio (14 hrs, 29 mins). Narrated by Barbara Rosenblat. Another in this outstanding series of Egyptology-based mysteries. Review here.

Book 70: Swamp Bones (Temperance Brennan #16.5) by Kathy Reichs, 2014. 98 pages. Everglades based novella.
Book 71: Bones Never Lie (Temperance Brennan #17) by Kathy Reichs, 2014. 323 pages. Case from Monday Mourning returns.
Book 72: Bones on Ice (Temperance Brennan #17.5) by Kathy Reichs, 2015. 104 pages. A death on Mt. Everest provides perplexing vase for Tempe. Reviews of Books 70, 71 and 72.

Book 73: Rising Ground: A Search for the Spirit of Place by Philip Marsden, 2014. 452 pages. Fascinating travel memoir in South West England. Review here.
Tags: author: c, author: h, author: l, author: m, author: p, author: r, author: s, category: children's books, genre: classic, genre: fantasy, genre: mystery, genre: non-fiction, genre: thriller, review list: monthly

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