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  • Loved!

    LOVED!!! Wow, just, wow....each book in this series is better than the last. Lexi is a very intelligent woman who is a whiz at computers and coding who gets sucked into her best friend's father's problems. Unfortunately, as smart as Lexi is, she is equally clueless at understanding people and social clues. Her boyfriend, Slash, helps with this, but Lexi still manages to get into trouble anyway. I really love how Lexi and Slash's relationship has progressed over the series. The bulk of the novel takes place in Egypt and the descriptions made me feel as though I was actually there experiencing the country along with the characters. I can't even begin to imagine the amount of research that went into this book, but the result is a tightly woven mystery dealing with a complex topic in a way that is engaging and easily understandable. This is a must read. Again, this is a must read. While it is part of a series, this is a stand alone novel - however, the series is so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all.

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  • No Living Soul: A Lexi Carmichael bo

    A very funny book. Good research into Cairo, Egypt and the museum there. A rollicking yarn for all.

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