2018: #9 – The Ice Princess (Camilla Läckberg)

This is the first of Läckberg’s books that I’ve read, but I’ve been a fan of other “nordic noir” authors. Biographer Erika Falck has found herself back in her childhood home in a small Swedish town after the unexpected death of both her parents. One morning, just up the road, Erika finds the body of Alex Wijkner in her bathtub. Alex had been Erika’s best

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2018: #6 – FantasticLand (Mike Bockoven)

This book was crazy, and I’m really glad I read it *after* I went to DisneyWorld, because it would have significantly altered how I look at the park if I’d read it before… FantasticLand is a Disney/Universal-esque park near Daytona Beach, Florida, and it’s in the path of the largest, fastest moving hurricane that’s ever existed. But that’s okay, because they have an emergency plan!

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