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    What Lies In Paradise by Leah Cupps

      What Lies in Paradise Leah Cupps Publication date: January 10th 2020 Genres: Adult, Mystery, Thriller She’s got 400,000 fans. One of them could be the killer.   Instagram Influencer Sydney Evans carefully curates her enviable public persona. Despite being freshly widowed, she’s eager to strike a pose at her best friend’s extravagant destination nuptials. But Sydney’s feed goes dark when she blacks out on the plane, awakening to discover another guest poisoned to death.   With the FBI keen to use Sydney as an insider, she takes the arm of a rookie undercover agent hoping to capture something incriminating. But a deadly run-in exposes a shocking criminal underbelly lurking…

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    A Study in Honor

    Sherlock Holmes is a literary character that people can’t keep away from. Whether it’s direct adaptations of the original books, modern-day re-imaginings, cameos in other stories, or loving homages, he’s almost inescapable. And that brings us to A Study in Honor by Claire O’Dell. Here, Holmes and Watson are two black women in a near-future version of the United States torn apart by a new civil war. It works surprisingly well.

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    The Tea Master and the Detective — Book Review

    Here we go with another novella. You might ask me why I keep reading them when they’re not my favorite format, but the truth is that they’re so popular right now and so many authors are exploring such interesting ideas with them that I can’t help myself. Much like last week’s Prime Meridian, this week’s book fit pretty well into the novella format. The Tea Master and the Detective, unbeknownst to me prior to doing some research for this review, is set in a world that author Aliette de Bodard has worked in before. As such, it feels pretty well-established and despite scant time spent on the world development in…

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