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July is for Vacations!

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As much as your faithful Bombshells love them some books, every once in a while, life catches up to us, and we need to take a breather.

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REVIEW: Cinnamon and Gunpowder by Eli Brown

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I’m not content to have one devil swapped for another. And now he has some scheme to outdo Pendleton? No, I’ll not let him become another opium Baron.

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REVIEW: Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn

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I couldn’t hear what she said. I couldn’t hear anything. Instead I took a step backward. i felt myself trip and fall.

And fall.

I kept falling. Like a dry leaf in autumn.

Then everything around me went dark.

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REVIEW: A Sting in the Tale by Dave Goulson

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The parallels with human behavior are irresistible, particularly since male bees do little or no work in the nest, leaving all that to the females. Hilltops seemingly represent the bumblebee equivalent of a nightclub or singles bar, somewhere to check out and chat up members of the opposite sex.

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QUICKIE: The Creation of Anne Boleyn by Susan Bordo

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Can it possibly be that Henry VIII, who began his reign executing his father’s ministers, later declared himself the Supreme Head on Earth of the Church of England, and was miserably cruel to Princess Mary even after Anne’s death, became a pathetic wimp under the spell of an all-powerful temptress?

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QUICKIE: Nick and Tesla’s Secret Agent Robot Battle by “Science Bob” Pflugfelder and Steve Hockensmith

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”Weird? It’s not weird. It’s terrifying! Our uncle’s house is filled with spies and black widow spiders! Mom and Dad might as well have sent us to live with a family of cobras in a volcano!”

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REVIEW: Yours for Eternity by Damien Echols and Lorri Davis

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I hope it doesn’t freak you out to have someone that you don’t even know mooning over you so much. It kind of freaks me out that this is happening …

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