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Two from the Heart
by James Patterson

This is not a typical James Patterson novel. It is actually two separate stories. The first this a story of a divorced woman whose home is destroyed in a hurricane. A photographer, she decides to travel and possibly write a book of stories about the people she photographs. It seems that the book is actually the story. Not sure I cared for these short chapters about different people.

Dangerous Games
by Danielle Steel

Danielle Steel delivers another page turner with Dangerous Games. We meet Alix who is a TV reporter who travels the world, whereever the news story takes her. Ben, her camera man, a former Navy SEAL, tries to keep her safe from her sometimes dangerous stories. When the Vice President is implicated in some not-so-savory deals, Alix starts an investigation that puts her in jeopardy. Very good read.

Final Jeopardy
by Linda Fairstein

This was my first time reading Linda Fairstein. I thoroughly enjoyed this mystery. Her main character, Alexandra Cooper, is a prosecutor who goes above and beyond duty to make sure her victims are championed. I will definitely put her on my future reading lists.

All By Myself, Alone
by Mary Higgins Clark

Another mystery by Mary Higgins Clark that has both romance and intrigue as a jewel thief roams aboard a new luxury ship. A page turner that can be finished in one day, makes for a good beach novel.

16th Seduction
by James Patterson,Maxine Paetro

James Patterson books are always a good read. I enjoy the characters in the Women's Murder Club. They are a varied group with different careers and yet they fit together well. This is a typical Patterson mystery and can be a great summer read.

The Thirst A Harry Hole Novel
by Jo Nesbo

Harry Hole is a favorite character of mine. This mystery, set in Norway, is one of those novels you don't want to end. If you like the Millenium series, you'll enjoy this book.

The Radium Girls The Dark Story Of America's Shining Women
by Kate Moore

Absolutely fascinating book. I usually read fiction, but this book was surprisingly good. A true story of women (girls actually) who worked in an industry where the bottom line (money) meant more to the owners than the health and welfare of the workers. The narrative was very well done and kept my interest throughout. I would recommend this book!

Since We Fell
by Dennis Lehane

Dennis Lehane keeps you guessing even after the first few pages. The story has quite a few twists and turns and turns out to be a page turner. Although I felt the ending left you wanting more, I would recommend this as a good "summer read".

Into the Water
by Paula Hawkins

I had great expectations having read Paula Hawkins Girl on the Train. This book, however, had me questioning whether it would be worth the time. It was very slow to start and devoted each chapter to a different character, so I found it difficult to keep track of who was who. Eventually, the characters started to make sense and took quite a turn about half way through. I found it enjoyable and it kept you guessing all the way to the last page.

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