The Alibi Man

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by Tami Hoag | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 9780553802016 Global Overview for this book
Registered by silverstarry of Berkeley, California USA on 11/6/2019
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Journal Entry 1 by silverstarry from Berkeley, California USA on Wednesday, November 06, 2019
Used book intended for release.

Released 6 mos ago (1/7/2020 UTC) at Little Free Library at 1449 Oxford Street in Berkeley, California USA


Released this book into a Little Free Library - happy travels!

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Journal Entry 3 by Barcino at Berkeley, California USA on Wednesday, January 08, 2020
Found at the new Oxford St LFL. This is a super cute one that looks like an old cargo train car. Thanks to Silverstarry for sharing the book.

Journal Entry 4 by Barcino at Berkeley, California USA on Sunday, May 31, 2020
I discovered this author thanks to this book. So that's always a good thing. The story was fine, I enjoyed the fact it takes place in Florida (I don't think I'd read much set in that part of the country) and it's all about the super wealthy, and polo and horses. So again, that's good too. I did not like the multiple mentions to elena's lack of facial movement and empathy, that was pretty repetitive, like the author did not think we got it the first time.
I understand that when writing a series one must repeat a few things from the previous novels to get the new reader into place, but still.
Anyway, I enjoy mysteries and this was no exception. My favourite? Not, but I'd read more from Tami Hoag, and I'd definitely like to find The Alibi Man's prequels. Bookcrossing might be the place to look ;)

Released 1 mo ago (5/31/2020 UTC) at Little Free Library at 1400 Josephine St. in Berkeley, California USA


I've brought it to this relatively new Little Free Library because I know silvestarry loves them ;) Not sure if they know about this one so here it goes. Anohter one for your collection, fellow bookcrosser!
Happy reading to whoever finds The Alibi Man.

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