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The Breakdown

Popping Thoughts

by B.A. Paris

I haven’t read her book Behind Closed Doors, but the first time I saw it, I know it will be good. And with all the raves and good praises online, I still haven’t got my hand on that book…😔

wp-1507910158660..jpegAnyways.., saw this story, saw who the author and requested for the book.

The middle of the story made me cringe, literally skip some pages because I think.. that those are just fillers. I mean, I am not exactly sure what is enough on building the character but I think for this book is a little too much. A lot of suspense happened, and when I got 89% , I started reading it normally again and I can’t put it down! I even brought this to the office C.R. and finish it..😆

I must say, this made me think.. Cass IS smart, despite of what happened and what…

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Lightning Men by Thomas Mullen

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IMG_0994Thank you to the author, publisher and NetGalley for providing me a free e-copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 

Lightning Men is a true crime story set in the south and I give this intense read 4 out of 5 stars.  Two ‘negro’ officers, Boggs and Smith, are trying to keep illegal white lightning off the streets of their part of town in 1950’s Atlanta.  Unfortunately, the officers are up against a smattering of outlying efforts that make keeping the streets safe even harder.  The majority of white police are corrupt which undermines everything Boggs and Smith work for, and the Klan is still alive and well, again making things more difficult. As they get closer to shutting down operations, people start getting killed. They are torn between trying to make things right and keeping enough peace that the drug and race issues in down don’t…

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