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Murder by Death

I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.

Skinny-Dipping (Lilly Cleary, #1) / Reread

Skinny-dipping: A Novel of Suspense - Claire Matturro

This isn't a review, as I've already reviewed it here, and I feel exactly the same way I did about the book when I wrote that original review.  I'll only add that the book is representative of a growing sub-sub-genre of books about the wackiness that is my home state of Florida.  Viewed from a decade long, 9600 mile remove, the characters are all just a little bit not right in the head.  And reading it felt just like being home.  For better or worse, these are my people, and I admit I miss them just a *little* bit.


I read this for the 2019 Booklikes-opoly, square #6, read a book set in your home town/state.  I think it's just under 300 pages, but I'm at work, so I'll update my bank and game board when I get home this afternoon (and roll again).