These are both books I really enjoyed, but just feel too lazy to try and write a more formal review for, but they're definitely worth reading... The first is a great suspense/thriller and the second is just a great book.
The Man Burned By Winter is Pete Zacharias's first Rooker Lindstrom mystery. It has the feel of a Nordic Noir thriller, which I loved. Rooker, the son of a notorious serial killer, is a great character: flawed, hurting, smart, and determined. I liked him a lot. And this mystery? 4/5 stars.
The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbie Waxman.
I totally loved this bookish gem! It's got heart, lots of humor, delightfully quirky characters, and books! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
I gave this one 5 stars.
And I feel like I need to think of a better name for these short review posts other than 'non-reviews'. Got any suggestions?
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