JUNE WRAP-UP: THE LONG HOT SUMMER IS HERE

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June is gone, sadly…How did so many days go by, with so few books read?  My month was a very slow one.  But I read some delightful books.

Click the titles for my reviews, and link up at The Book Date to see what others have been reading.

 

JUNE 2016:

1.   All the Missing Girls (e-book), by Megan Miranda – 384 pages – (mystery/thriller) – 6/18/16 – (NetGalley – 6/28)

2.   Beach Blues, by Joanne DeMaio – 411 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 6/24/16 – (Author Review Request)

3.  Girls, The (e-book), by Emma Cline – 368 pages – (historical/contemporary fiction) – 6/12/16 –(NetGalley – 6/14)

4.  I Almost Forgot About You, by Terry McMillan – 355 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 6/2/2016 – (Amazon Vine)

5.  I Let You Go (e-book), by Claire Mackintosh – 369 pages – (thriller/mystery) – 6/9/16

6.  Intrusion (e-book), by Mary McCluskey – 246 pages – (psychological thriller) – 6/30/16

7.   Perfect Girl, The, by Gilly MacMillan – 435 pages – (mystery/thriller) – 6/29/16 (Amazon Vine Review)

8.  Perfect Neighbors, The (e-book), by Sarah Pekkanen – 352 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 6/27/16 – (NetGalley – 7/5)

9.  Tuesday Nights in 1980, by Molly Prentiss – 317 pages – (historical fiction) – 6/16/16-(Amazon Vine)

10.  Wilde Lake (e-book), by Laura Lippman – 368 pages – (mystery/legal thriller) – 6/5/16

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NUMBER OF BOOKS READ IN JUNE 2016:     10

NUMBER OF PAGES READ IN JUNE 2016:      3,605

BOOKS READ YTD:                                                       81

FAVORITE FICTION BOOK IN JUNE 2016:  Tied:  All the Missing Girls; Beach Blues

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12 thoughts on “JUNE WRAP-UP: THE LONG HOT SUMMER IS HERE

    • Thanks, Mary, and I had a lovely set of books this month, which made it hard to pick just one favorite…so I chose two.

      But I still can’t believe how few books I managed to read! And I didn’t have the “house guests” excuse this time. lol

      I hope you love Beach Blues.

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    • Oh, yes, very hot….and every year, we act surprised that we’re having triple digit temperatures, when that heat is what this valley is known for…lol.

      Thanks for stopping by, Alicia.

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