Great review! Glad to introduce you to a new to you author, Maureen. Fantastic Review! I agree that a great narrator can make or break our perception of an audiobook. Yes, exactly, Ethan. So glad I did. I love this author! I have yet to read this one but I do have it on my kindle.
Glad to hear it is a good one. This was my third book from her list and I just read a fourth. Hope you enjoy this one when you get the chance, Kindlemom!
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Ohh, I love Suspense with Romance! This sounds like my kind of suspense because it has a teeny tiny touch of paranormal and you said it was good for noobies to suspense like me. Awesome review, Sophia!!! Your reviews are just as tempting, lady. I blame you for a couple books that put a dent in my book budget. This author is new to me but I do like the sound of this book!
The mystery, characters and setting all sound like the were written well. A lovely review!
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Book review: “The Shadowy Horses” by Susanna Kearsley
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