BookCase.Club Review January 2017


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BookCase.Club Review January 2017


BookCase.Club
 is a one stop monthly subscription service for book lovers. Each case will contain a selection of handpicked books based on your preferences, and a fun bookish treat you’re sure to love.

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

BookCase.Club Review January 2017

BookCase.Club ships via USPS on the first of the month. If you sign up before the 26th of the month, your first box will ship out of the first of the following month.

BookCase.Club Review January 2017

I was sent the “Thrill Seeker Case” which includes two handpicked Mystery/Thriller novels.  The January 2017 BookCase.Club included the following items:

~Blue Labyrinth, Preston & Child (Amazon Price $18.36): I am not familiar with this series, but it gets incredible reviews so I am going to have to give it a try.  I need to make more time to read in the new year!

From Amazon:
Special Agent Pendergast-one of the most original, compelling characters in all of contemporary fiction-returns in Preston and Child’s new exhilarating novel 
BLUE LABYRINTH
A long-buried family secret has come back to haunt Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast.
It begins with murder. One of Pendergast’s most implacable, most feared enemies is found on his doorstep, dead. Pendergast has no idea who is responsible for the killing, or why the body was brought to his home. The mystery has all the hallmarks of the perfect crime, save for an enigmatic clue: a piece of turquoise lodged in the stomach of the deceased.
The gem leads Pendergast to an abandoned mine on the shore of California’s Salton Sea, which in turn propels him on a journey of discovery deep into his own family’s sinister past. But Pendergast learns there is more at work than a ghastly episode of family history: he is being stalked by a subtle killer bent on vengeance over an ancient transgression. And he soon becomes caught in a wickedly clever plot, which leaves him stricken in mind and body, and propels him toward a reckoning beyond anything he could ever have imagined….

BookCase.Club Review January 2017

BookCase.Club Review January 2017

 

~Always Watching, Chevy Stevens (~$10): This book doesn’t have quite as many reviews as the previous one, but it sounds even more interesting to me.  I just need a nice snowy weekend with nothing to do so I can get these books read!

From Amazon:
In the lockdown ward of a psychiatric hospital, Dr. Nadine Lavoie is in her element. She has the tools to help people, and she has the desire―healing broken families is what she lives for. But Nadine doesn’t want to look too closely at her own past because there are whole chunks of her life that are black holes. It takes all her willpower to tamp down her recurrent claustrophobia, and her daughter, Lisa, is a runaway who has been on the streets for seven years.

When a distraught woman, Heather Simeon, is brought into the Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit after a suicide attempt, Nadine gently coaxes her story out of her―and learns of some troubling parallels with her own life. Digging deeper, Nadine is forced to confront her traumatic childhood, and the damage that began when she and her brother were brought by their mother to a remote commune on Vancouver Island. What happened to Nadine? Why was their family destroyed? And why does the name Aaron Quinn, the group’s leader, bring complex feelings of terror to Nadine even today? 

And then, the unthinkable happens, and Nadine realizes that danger is closer to home than she ever imagined. She has no choice but to face what terrifies her the most…and fight back. 

Sometimes you can leave the past, but you can never escape.

BookCase.Club Review January 2017

BookCase.Club Review January 2017

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