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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Dear Hearts, by Ericka Clay

Books are amazing. They are an avenue for adventure, imagination, thought, learning something new, and discovering something within yourself. I was presented the opportunity to read and review a book by up and coming author, Ericka Clay. To be honest, it wasn’t a book that I’d probably choose immediately on my own, but this is […]

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