Books of The Week

Books of The Week



Hello fellow readers.. and Happy Memorial Weekend! In case you are looking for something to read, here’s what I have been reading during my week.

Just let me tell you this week has been great! I have literally devoured True Crime Addict, the story of Maura Murray beautifully written by James Renner. If you like true crime, this one is honest, fascinating and…addictive. A sincere account of one of the most complicated and mysterious disappearance in America.

Historical Fiction meets time traveling in Indiana Belle and The Mine by John A. Heldt, two absolute page turner.

Another true crime caught my attention: Brady and Hindley by Fred Harrison. A young couple, gruesome murders and a crime so horrendous that will remain cheseled on the collective psyche of a nation long after the perpetrators are gone.

Generation X or Generation Y? Who are the Millennials? and what’s their role in modern society? Take a look at the best books that can help you understand.

101 Job Interview Questions You’ll never Fear Again by James Reed is a must have! Reed reveals what interviewers are asking and gives you the best possible answers to ace your job interview!

That’s all for now! Until next time! Happy reading!

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