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It’s still summer, and we’re still socially distancing. What better way to relax with a friend than reading the same book? There’s still time to find your next great read.

The Practical Mage’s Guide to Magic and Mayhem, by Dan Ackerman

(Side note: I loved this one myself, and I highly recommend it!)

“Ackerman once again does an amazing job building their universe while at the same time telling an incredibly compelling story and having characters that are fully realized and who feel like real people. While I would never spoil any part of a story, the things that these two characters need to go through as they are pursued with ill intent will keep people from putting down this book.” -John

Can’t Erase You, by Leigh Vining

“The tension between the two [main characters] made me anxious to turn the pages and at times I couldn't put the book down.” -Karen B

“Pro: This is cat themed ... the story centers on cats as a lot of the focus is on this cat festival that both of the main characters attend. Phil is a carpenter and builds cat towers that he sells at the festival. Cole shows his two cats Moonshadow and Moonbeam (love the names). So be prepared for a cat-centric setting.” -HKS

The Fight in the Dog (Underdogs #9), by Geonn Cannon

“I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Ari’s case was a good mystery with a twist which kept me guessing throughout and had a good resolution. This book also dealt with several “issues” and they were handled tactfully and with care. There were also some truly funny parts that had me laughing out loud.” -LY

“As with all of the Underdogs books, there are twists and turns you don't see coming and this one finished with a bang! I read it in 1 day and will be patiently awaiting the next installment of this series!” -Dawn Gabbert

Happy reading!



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