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    Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce [Book Review]

    Blood Orange will take you on a twisted journey through one woman’s affair, and another’s murder. Alison’s life is picture-perfect, brilliant husband and an adorable daughter, but she’s hiding a secret that would tear her family apart. Having an affair with a colleague, family life, and work-life are weighing heavily on Alison’s mind and she has just landed her first big murder case at work to add to that pressure. She knows something is wrong with her client’s admission of guilt towards killing her husband, and she plans to get to the bottom of it. However, someone knows Alison’s dirty little secret and wants her to pay for the destruction…

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    The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri

    SUMMARY Get swept inside a dark and heart-wrenching world on this journey with Nuri and Afra. Before the war broke out in Aleppo, Syria, Nuri ran a successful Beekeeping business with his cousin Mustafa. As the war broke out, their homes, families, and businesses were destroyed, and fleeing their beloved country was the only chance they had at survival. After a tragic incident, Afra becomes blind and she can no longer see the horrors of the world around her, and Nuri has to protect her at all costs. But when the pain of loss and tragedy drags Nuri to the darkest places in his mind, they must fight to stay…

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    Beneath The Same Heaven by Anne Marie Ruff (Review)

    **DISCLAIMER: This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review by Open Book Publishers.** Summary A romance laced with tragedy from the beginning. American woman, Kathryn, and Pakistani-born Muslim man, Rashid, fall in love whilst working in Dubai and get married. With the blessing of both families, they move to the US to start their new life together. Several years into their marriage, Rashid’s father is killed in a US drone attack. The couple’s cultural differences become too enormous to ignore when Rashid ultimately has to decide between his US family, and his family in Pakistan. Kathryn and Rashid’s differing views on justice and revenge will decide…

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    Will of a Tiger by Iris Yang

    **DISCLAIMER: This book was sent to me by Open Book Publishers in exchange for an honest review.** GOODREADS SUMMARY Sworn brothers—one American, one Chinese—captured, imprisoned, tortured. Survival is just the beginning of the battle… In 1942, Birch Bai, a Chinese pilot, and Danny Hardy, a downed American pilot, become sworn brothers and best friends. In the summer of 1945, both airmen’s planes go down in Yunnan Province of China during one of many daring missions. They are captured, imprisoned, and tortured by the Japanese for information about the atomic bomb. Just days before the end of WWII, Danny makes an irrevocable decision to save Birch’s life. For Birch, surviving the…

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    Booktober To Be Read List!

    Would it even be Booktober if I didn’t choose to read books that I hoped would scare the living daylights out of me? Most definitely not. That’s why this month’s TBR list is going to feature some of the creepiest, spookiest and scariest reads I could find. There’s the chance that I may not be as terrified as I’m hoping to be (I’m a little weird). But I’m going to try and read some books that will have me sleeping with the light on until I’m 80. I might not sleep at all, who knows? Let’s get cracking with my Booktober TBR list… The Gift by Stephanie M. Matthews A…