Happy 4th of July: celebrating red, white, and blue

You like what I did with my featured image? Like, even zombies like to eat picnic food, right? Just being silly! To my friends, family, and book bloggers in the United States, have a happy and safe 4th of July! I typically end up working on this day, but changing jobs to the library means I’ll be at home, probably reading Storm Warning for #ReadingValdemar. We have no plans now, but will see fireworks and live music on July 5th. Check out these red, white, and blue book covers — all works that I’ve enjoyed!

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  1. This list has so many new books for me to discover! Thank you! “The Woman in Cabin 10” looks particularly interesting and by reading the synopsis I can already draw parallels with Hitchcock’s film “The Lady Vanishes” (Ethel Lina White’s book “The Wheel Spins”).

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    • The Lady Vanishes is my second favorite Hitchcock film! It’s so funny, and I love the dynamic between the leading characters. I listened to the audio book of The Woman in Cabin 10, which I think made it more interesting. The narrator is both British and has a voice that lets you know when the character is scared!

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