Wednesday, July 26, 2017

What I'm (Sort of) Reading Wednesday

Last week I told you I was reading The Killing Curse and since I'm such a big fan of H.B. Moore's Omar Zagouri thrillers, you probably think I would have finished by now.

But I haven't.

With the wedding and having family come into town, I have been limiting myself to a chapter a night. Mostly because I'm usually rolling into bed around 2 a.m. and I still have to function the next day. It's been hard because I'm usually the kind of reader that just has to inhale the book---I can't stop until I know what happens. But I admit, I really have been savoring the book and truly enjoying anticipating the next chapter. It's a change, and maybe I'll make it a permanent one.

But maybe not. Haha.

So what have you been reading this week?

(If you're interested in an amazing thriller, you can get your copy of The Killing Curse here)

Here's the back copy:

Omar Zagouri should have known that the hunt for an ordinary art thief in London would end up being far from ordinary. Abducted and carted across several countries until he’s locked up in the middle of Jordan’s desert, Omar becomes the target of an underground crime organization that dates back to the Crusaders era. As Omar works to uncover the deadly secrets that connect centuries of deceit, he finds himself trying to prevent an honor killing from turning into another tragedy, while exposing the ancient crime organization for generations of lethal corruption.

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