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Posted by bookinn on January 29, 2008

BookSwim Corporation

I just ran across this site and it looks pretty neat. Its like Netflix except you rent books. What a great idea if you don’t collect books. It starts at $14.99 a month.
You can keep the books as long as you want, no late fees. What an awesome idea especially for new releases!


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Currently Reading

Posted by bookinn on January 29, 2008

Tess Gerritsen

Currently reading Bloodstream by Tess Gerritsen. For me the book was slow at the beginning, kind of boring but it got better. From Amazon reviewer:

Dr. Claire Elliot moved to quiet Tranquility, Maine with her rebellious teenage son Noah after the death of her husband. She takes over a small medical practice and starts to rebuild her life, but after only being in town for a short while, strange things start happening among the town’s youth. Teenage pranks rapidly accelerate into a shooting spree at the local school. Clare wonders why some of the town’s residents want to cover up the incidents and she also wonders if there might be a medical explanation for everything that is going on. Then folks start blaming her for what’s happening and it looks like they want to drive her out of town.Convinced that there’s a medical reason for the evil behavior of the town’s teenagers, Claire chases after every clue she can find. Then her son is arrested for a hit and run and that leads to the clue that might solve the puzzle.

BLOODSTREAM is a fast and fun five star read that will have you deeply involved in the mystery while you work along with Claire as she tries to figure it all out.

I have read 6 of Gerritsens books , each one filled with lots of suspense. If you like mystery and thrillers, you’ll enjoy her books.

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Posted by bookinn on January 28, 2008

To the Book Inn. This site will have all your book needs. Keep me bookmarked , more to come.


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