Review: Clammed Up by Barbara Ross

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Clammed Up ( A Maine Clambake Mystery #1) by Barbara Ross.  Published by Kensington in 2013.  378 pages.  I read this book because of the 2018 Summer Reading Challenge from GoodReads.  For the month of July, there were two challenges that this book fit in; Get Your Grill On: Read a book that features summer recipes or outdoor summer activities and Backyard BBQ: Read a book that features a family reuniting or hanging out for the summer.

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Review: A Gathering of Crows by Brian Keene

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Brinkley Springs is a quiet little town. Some say the town is dying. They don’t know how right they are. Five mysterious figures are about to pay a visit to Brinkley Springs. They have existed for centuries, emerging from the shadows only to destroy. To kill. To feed. They bring terror and carnage, and leave blood and death in their wake. The only person that can prevent their rampage is ex-Amish magus (and fan favorite character) Levi Stoltzfus. As the night wears on, Brinkley Springs will be quiet no longer. Screams will break the silence. But when the sun rises again, will there be anyone left alive to hear?

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Review: I Work at a Public Library by Gina Sheridan

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I work at a Public Library by Gina Sheridan.  Published by Aadams Media, in 2014, with 157 pages.  I read this as part of the GoodReads Summer Challenge 2018.  For the month of July, one of the challenges was to read a humor book.  Also for the Popsugar’s 2018 Challenge #39. A book that involves a bookstore or library.

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Review: Dead Red: A Sci-Fi Horror Novel by Matthew Buza

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Dead Red: A Sci-Fi Horror Novel by Matthew Buza.  Published in April, 2018, Kindle edition only.  I read this book because of The GoodReads Summer 2018 Challenge for the month of July had the challenge of finding a book that had red, white, or blue in the title.  Also in July, they had the challenge of finding a book that took place in space.  I am all for trying to shoe horn one book title in to as many categories as I can.  This was my pick.

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Review: Forsaken (Unit 51 #2) by Michael McBride

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IT HAS SURVIVED
At a research station in Antarctica, scientists discovered a strange and ancient organism.
They thought they could study it, classify it, control it. They couldn’t.
 
IT HAS THRIVED
Six months ago, a secret paramilitary team called Unit 51 was sent to the station.
They thought the creature was dead, the nightmare was over. It wasn’t.
 
IT HAS EVOLVED
In a Mexican temple, archeologists uncover the remains of a half-human hybrid. They believe
it is related to the creature in Antarctica, a dark thing of legend that is still alive—and still evolving. They believe it needs a new host to feed, to mutate, to multiply. They’re right. And they’re next. And the human race might just be headed for extinction  . . .

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Review: The Rats by James Herbert (The Rats # 1)

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The Rats ( The Rats # 1) by James Herbert.  Published in 1974, originally from New English Library Ltd.,  my copy is from Signet.

Aah…. The Rats.  An infamous and iconic horror novel, especially in the creature  feature category.   James Herbert, a British horror author like no other.  This was his first novel.

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