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About ocdreader

I love to read! I always have a book or four going, I have more books in my to-be-read pile than I can read in a year and yet I continue to haunt the bookstores. I have a problem, but I somehow soldier on. I enjoy talking books, so pass on your recommendations and thoughts - I would love to hear them.

The Reburialists

The Reburialists by JC Nelson So, this cover seduced me with its gritty, dystopian, military look.  The book turned out to have a lot of action scenes, some zombie types running about and a romance between the two main characters. … Continue reading

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So excited to read

The Reburialists by JC Nelson I just got this lovely book in the mail. I have been enjoying the Grimm Agency books and this one sounded good, so I bought it with a gift certificate.  Yay!  Thank you boss for … Continue reading

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Review – The Anatomist’s Wife

The Anatomist’s Wife (Lady Darby, Bk 1) by Anna Lee Huber This was so much fun!  A mystery set in the 1830 Scotland highlands (and it was high time for a genre change for me).  It is told in first … Continue reading

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Frivolous Friday 12-11-15

I think the end of this year is on a Merry Go Round being run by little kids chanting “Faster!”  What the heck?  Or are we in the middle part of a whirlpool about to get sucked down?  LOL, whatever … Continue reading

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Airplane Reading – I Am Princess X

One of the books I read on my Florida work trip was an ARC of… I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest This is a YA read with a comic strip integrated with the story.  I have another one of … Continue reading

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Delia’s Shadow (Delia Martin, Bk 1) by Jaime Lee Moyer

Delia’s Shadow (Delia Martin, Bk 1) by Jaime Lee Moyer A lovely blend of historical fiction and paranormal all taking place in San Francisco, yes!!  Right there, this book has me.  Delia sees ghosts and escaped San Francisco to find … Continue reading

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Frivolous Friday 11-13-15

I just returned from a fabulous work trip. I spent a whole day handing out extra balls and drinks on a golf course.  It was pretty. I spent time on the beach.  It was warm. I ran a selfie contest, … Continue reading

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