Travel Back in Time with Tamara Dever’s ‘I Like Big Books and I Cannot Lie’ [REVIEW]

Remember all your favorite classic hits with games, trivia and more in I Like Big Books and I Cannot Lie. (Author photo courtesy Tamara Dever)

Great books. Danceable music. Brain-teasing trivia. What do these three items have to do with each other? Author Tamara Dever made the connection between them decades ago, before playlists replaced mixed tapes (remember cassettes?) and long before books were downloaded on tablets rather than checked out at the library. Get ready to go “Back in Time” Marty McFly style with Dever’s new music quiz book, I Like Big Books and I Cannot Lie. It’s a fun retrospective of everything we loved most about growing up in the 80s!

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Small but Beautiful, This Pascado Purse Will Keep You Organized and Looking Chic [VIDEO]

Every woman needs a new purse from time to time. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Every woman needs a great purse in her life! If you’re someone who doesn’t like to carry around a gargantuan tote, then this sweet little bag from Pascado might be exactly what you’ve been looking for.

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Iris Johansen’s ‘The Persuasion’ Might Be the Perfect Summer Getaway [REVIEW]

Will he be able to protect the woman he loves? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A talented artist. The man she loves. A brilliant psychopath who will stop at nothing to keep them apart. In a game of life and death, who will come out triumphant? Find out in Iris Johansen’s dazzling new thriller, The Persuasion.

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Drama, Heartache, and Dark Family Secrets Abound in Nora Roberts’ ‘Hideaway’ [REVIEW]

Hollywood royalty meets Big Sur country in Nora Roberts’ Hideaway. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A missing child. A bitter betrayal. Will one woman be able to summon the courage it takes to slay the demons of her past and seize the life she was meant to have? Find out in Nora Roberts’ dazzling new suspense novel, Hideaway.

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Amos Decker Hunts Evil in a Small Town in David Baldacci’s ‘The Fallen’ [REVIEW]

Man looking at city

Can Amos Decker stop a killer in the Rust Belt before he strikes again? (Photo courtesy Canva)

A man who never forgets. A town plagued by death. When the two collide, will he be able to vanquish evil and find a killer before he strikes again? Find out in David Baldacci’s thrilling novel, The Fallen. Read more of this post