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Confessions Of A Bookaholic Presents: “Always Watching” by Chevy Stevens

“Always Watching” by Chevy Stevens (June 18, 2013) She helps people put their demons to rest. But she has a few of her own… In the lockdown ward of a psychiatric hospital, Dr. Nadine Lavoie is in her element. She has … Continue reading

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Confessions Of A Bookaholic: Guilty Pleasure Edition #81 – Fear Street Book #45 and Super Chiller #12

We’re almost at the end of an era… only six more books of the original Fear Street series, before it jumps into that awkward transitional phase that lasted three books, and then the new revamped series, which lasted four books … Continue reading

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Confessions Of A Bookaholic – Guilty Pleases Edition #80 – Fear Street Presents: The Fear Street Sagas #8 and #9

It’s another swing and a miss for the first saga in this blog, but the second is an absolute hit. Like one of the best sagas so far that is its own story, but also pays proper homage to the … Continue reading

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Confessions Of A Bookaholic – Guilty Pleases Edition #79 – Fear Street Presents: The Fear Street Sagas #6 and #7

These two sagas offer something for everyone: a return to the original Fear family in Shadyside in a throwback to the original trilogy, when Simon and Angelica Fear decide to bring their daughters back from the dead, no matter who … Continue reading

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Confessions Of A Bookaholic Presents: Burn For Burn Book #3 – Ashes To Ashes

The concluding chapter of this wicked trilogy is here, and make no mistake… any revenge that has taken place in the first two books is child’s play compared to how it all ends. The thing about fire is that it … Continue reading

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