Foxlowe: Eleanor Wasserberg

Book style: psychological fiction Beer style: Cane & Ebel Red Rye (for that family feel) This book was a bit of a roller coaster ride for me. At first, I felt like I wasn’t sure if I’d ever get into it. I didn’t know where it was going, which I think was the authors intent. […]

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Turbo Twenty-Three: Janet Evanovich

Book style: Fun mystery Beer style: Boundary Waters Brunette Voyageur Brewing I’ve read all twenty three of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels. They’re fun, quick reading whodunits featuring Stephanie, a bad luck bounty hunter, who can’t seem to keep a vehicle more than a couple weeks before it blows up on her, Morelli, her on […]

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Home: Harlan Coben

Book style: Fiction/suspense/mystery Beer: Obstruction on the Trollway Citrus IPA by¬†Insight Brewing I didn’t realize that this Harlan Coben book is part of the Myron Bolitar series. I read #11, but it was easy enough to follow along. This story revolves around Myron and his long time friend Win. Ten years ago, Win’s cousin¬†enlisted his […]

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American Gods: Neil Gaiman

Genre: Fantasy Fiction Beer: None. House was empty so I had a La Croix Cran-Raspberry I picked this book up at Half-Priced Books. I remembered seeing something about it becoming a series Starz, so I thought I’d give it a go. I definitely was interested in the premise of the book. A man, named Shadow, […]

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Tell No One: Harlan Coben

Book style: Suspense/thriller Beer pairing: Kinkader Devil’s Gap (jalepeno ale) This book is about Beck and his wife Elizabeth. The two knew each other throughout childhood and were eventually married. Soul mates, if you will. But unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and Elizabeth, during the couple’s anniversary, is kidnapped right in […]

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Heart-Shaped Box: Joe Hill

Book style: Horror/suspense/ghost Beer pairing: Sierra Nevada Black IPA This book is written under a pseudonym, and for good reason. *Spoiler alert** – this book is written by Stephen King’s son. But if you know much about Stephen King, like you’ve seen his face before, you’d probably figure this out by looking at the back […]

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11/22/63: Stephen King

Book style: “historical” fiction Beer pairing: Nebraska Brewing EOS Hefeweizen. I’m not a fan of history. I was a good student in high school. I made the top 10% of my class, got a small scholarship at a college, really loved the sciences, like biology, but I was just never interested in history. It just […]

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