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The Automobile and American Culture edited by David Lanier Lewis
Brown Rabbit in the City by Natalie Russell
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Cat Vs Human by Yasmine Surovec
The Cats in Krasinski Square by Karen Hesse
Clementine, Friend of the Week by Sara Pennypacker
Clink by Kelly DiPucchio and Matthew Myers
Confessions of a Werewolf Supermodel by Ronda Thompson
Crunch by Leslie Connor
The Discworld Graphic Novels by Terry Pratchett
Fear the Amoeba by Jennifer L. Holm
Fullmetal Alchemist 26 by Hiromu Arakawa
Glasses: Who Needs 'Em? by Lane Smith
The Golden Rule by Ilene Cooper
Hamlet: The First Quarto, 1603 by William Shakespeare with introduction by Albert B. Weiner
Houdini: The Handcuff King by Jason Lutes
Imaginary Communities by Phillip Wegner
It's My School by Sally Grindley
Lost Cat by C. Roger Mader
Louie's Search by Ezra Jack Keats
Me, Myself and Why? by MaryJanice Davidson
Please, Louise by Toni Morrison and Slade Morrison
Powder River: Let Er Buck by Maxwell Struthers Burt
Rust: Visitor in the Field by Royden Lepp
Summerland by Michael Chabon
The Suwannee: Strange Green Land by Cecile Hulse Matschat
The Trip by Ezra Jack Keats
Underground: Finding the Light to Freedom by Shane W. Evans
Voltron Force Volume 5: Dragon Dawn by Brian Smith
The Warren Commission Report by Dan Mishkin
Women Aviators by Karen Bush Gibson

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5 stars: Completely enjoyable or compelling
4 stars: Good but flawed
3 stars: Average
2 stars: OK
1 star: Did not finish

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My Kind of Mystery Reading Challenge 2017 February - January 2017-8



Confessions of a Werewolf Supermodel: 07/30/15

Confessions of a Werewolf Supermodel: Lou Kipinski

Confessions of a Werewolf Supermodel by Ronda Thompson should have been the start of a fun, cozy, paranormal mystery series. Sadly, though, the author died shortly after finishing this book.

Lou Kipinski is a supermodel at the prime of her career. But she's also a bit hairy. See, she's a werewolf. Something happened to her in high school and now her curse is threatening to tear her life apart.

Women are being murdered — ones who could be her twins. A detective begins to question her part in these murders. While she believes in her heart of hearts that she could never murder anyone, their deaths align with when she was wolfed out. Worse set, she's been dreaming about the murders in vivid detail.

Lou, like Goldy in Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson, has to prove her innocence and figure out who is behind the murders before she is either arrested or killed.

Thankfully the book has a satisfying end; the loose ends are wrapped up. Nonetheless, I would have loved to revisit Lou and see how her quest for a werewolf's cure was going.

Four stars

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