Just an avid reader. Mostly SF/Fantasy, some hobbies, paranormal, urban fantasy and lighter, fluffier things.
Lots of action, some melodrama and at 10% setting off for a road trip. Seems like a good breaking point for today.
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How quickly the game is afoot, familiar players, new players …
Starts off five years since the end of the first book that was so full of just about everything. The merchants still in disarray and fearful after the attempted takeover by the thieves guilds, Haern and others creating bloodshed and disarray among the guilds.
If anything like the first in series, lots will be happening very quickly with the worldbuilding and politics just getting deliciously more complex with the turn of each page.
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Second in the series.
I'm reading the Orbit published edition.
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I am terrible at self promotion. I feel queasy even doing this much.
But I'm screwing up my courage, because yes, this is my book and it fits a whole bunch of Halloween Bingo squares. (And if I do say so myself, it's a fun read, with no graphic violence or sex.) (And I never read the reviews!)
When Thomasina Ryder inherits her grandmother's house, she expects to quickly arrange for the sale of the estate. She soon learns the disposal of her legacy will be a more complicated process than she expected. And nothing could complicate matters more than the return into Thomasina's life of a forbidden love from the past.
The further she delves into the secrets of that past, the more she is made aware of something sinister and hidden, never to be spoken of even in whispers. She begins to suspect this secret is connected to the silent forms she has seen moving in the old house, from the corner of her eye or in the distorted reflection of a mirror. Then, as her investigations bear fruit, the shadows in the mirrors become more threatening.
Our intrepid couple are doing Viking heroics throughout one whatever-heim world after another on their quest.
Meanwhile, if anyone was worried about the goat from a previous book that was used in a prank to make someone think they did animal sacrifice:
Currently free for kindle, how about this cozy mystery for Halloween BINGO 2017? The "Darkest London" square wants "any mystery, suspense, horror or supernatural book set in London."
Free or not, any other booklikes authors have books that would suit the BINGO squares?
These I already read. Fun cozy mystery ones with ghosts or other elements that work for the squares. Hardly deep, profound, erudite literature -- but fun reads by hybrid (traditional and self-published) authors.
I need more freebies downloaded like I need more cat fur on their favorite chair -- but, I'm snagging some as backup because might be useful for BINGO squares.
Don't forget to also check the booklikes deals by genre category for potential freebies. (Like http://booklikes.com/dailydeals/free/178/horror and http://booklikes.com/dailydeals/free/374/romantic-suspense ) And, of course, please support booklikes if buying new books from Amazon by using the link on the booklikes book page.
I downloaded (not read, not familiar with authors) these that fit one or more squares:
I would have downloaded this free mystery one except I boycott books (unless an already fave author) whose Amazon descriptions are buried by quoted praises: