Goodreads Monday Meme

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                    Is a weekly meme hosted by Nikki from Forever Reading 

There are so many amazing books out there and I know that as much as we may try, we can’t read them all.
This feature is to honor those books that we thought sounded good, but never actually got around to reading them.

This week I chose:

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The Girl is Murder (The Girl is Murder #1)

Iris Anderson is only 15, but she’s quickly mastering the art of deception in this YA novel for fans of Veronica Mars. It’s the Fall of 1942 and Iris’s world is rapidly changing. Her Pop is back from the war with a missing leg, limiting his ability to do the physically grueling part of his detective work. Iris is dying to help, especially when she discovers that one of Pop’s cases involves a boy at her school. Now, instead of sitting at home watching Deanna Durbin movies, Iris is sneaking out of the house, double crossing her friends, and dancing at the Savoy till all hours of the night. There’s certainly never a dull moment in the private eye business.

I remember that when I first saw this book that I had just finished “United we spy “by Ally Carter
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So… I was looking for a new series to start reading when I came across “The Girl Is Murder”. I at once was intrigued. You see, I had been going through a phase where all I read were books about spies and intrigue and private investigators. I will definitely be  picking up “The Girl Is Murder” in the future, but for now, I’m going to try and focus on all of my arc reading.  I must finish them before they’re released.  You will see as you get to know me that I’m notoriously terrible with deadlines. So in the meantime, if someone reads “The Girl Is Murder” please make sure to let me know if you liked it.

3 thoughts on “Goodreads Monday Meme

  1. Not sure if you’re still in the “spy phase”, but The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes looks good, it’s mostly mystery but it has some paranormal elements in it too. 🙂

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