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What to read next? HELP!

I usually don't have a problem picking my next TBR, BUT right now I am at a crossroads between two. As most of you know my book of choice is a thriller, while there are no shortages of current titles to choose from I have decided to pick from some that I may have missed over the years. The most recent titles that I have picked have not disappointed me.

Recent reads include:

"In a Dark, Dark Wood" by Alice Hoffman. I am glad I decided to pick this one up it was a good read. A tale about a woman who thought she left her past behind, but after receiving an invitation to a wedding shower from an old schoolmate that she hasn't heard from in 10 years things begin to go very wrong!

"Dark Witch", "Shadow Spell" and "Blood Magick", The Cousins O'Dwyer trilogy by Nora Roberts. I don't typically read Nora, I am not much of a romance reader BUT this trilogy was very good. The battle between good and evil, ancestoral history from 400 years prior in each book, with the primary focus of the O'Dwyer clan in current time. Witchcraft, demons, time travel and just the right amount of steamy romance, it worked for me!

But Now ... I am conflicted between two reads and could use your help.

  1. "The Historian" by Elizabeth Kostova, is a tale of a young woman whose family secrets connect to the fifteenth century of Vlad the impaler and a pact that might have kept his reign of terror alive. Who doesn't love a good vampire novel? I have read very good reviews about this book.

  2. "Summer of Night" by Dan Simmons, is a story about 5 boys from a small town in 1960. The end of their idyllic small town life is about to change because evil is rising spreading terror through the once peaceful town. The boys must wage war against an abomination who owns the night. Another vampire story? Probably! I haven't heard anything about this one but it's calling me to read.

So, to sum it up ... I need your help. Let me know what you think, I'll be waiting!

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