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Top Five Tuesday ~ K-L-M-N-O

It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve done a Top Ten Tuesday. However, this time, I’ve decided to try Top Five Tuesday! Top Five Tuesday was created and is hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm.

Today’s topic is: Books that start with the letters K, L, M, N, and O.

This is actually part of a series that started the first Tuesday in July, starting from A and it will continue to the last week of July and end with Z. However, I still wanted to join in.

Let’s get started!

K is for Keep You Close by Karen Cleveland

I read this last week, and it was an amazing, edge of your seat kind of thriller! I was a bit confused by the end and would have loved it to be wrapped up more neatly, but I still enjoyed it! I felt so much for Agent Maddox and for all the trouble and pain that she’s been through in life. Also because it’s an FBI book and I absolutely love FBI or CIA or MI5/MI6 or basically any intelligence/law enforcement organization centered book!


L is for Look For Me by Lisa Gardner

I read this over the weekend and loved D.D. and Flora!! The mystery was great and I loved D.D. and Flora’s relationship. It was also interesting to read about Flora’s vigilante work and her survival group, and to know what it’s like to be a survivor. I was also glas because the book was easy to read as a standalone, and this happened to be book nine… so I’m definitely going to go back, and start from book 1!


M is for My Lovely Wife by Samantha Downing

This was a great mystery, with a bit of an annoying narrator, but I still really enjoyed it at the end. The POV was new and unique and I loved watching the story unfold. It’s an amazing debut novel and I’m going to be on the lookout for whatever the author publishes next!!


N is for No Exit by Taylor Adams

I’ve been recommending this book to all my friends who I think would be able to stomach the gore and the pain that is in this book. Because besides that, it’s a great story, and it’s also kind of like a short movie in book format. The plot is quick, there’s a lot of action, pain, and it is the very definition of a thriller! So if you think you can handle a good amount of gruesomeness, please please do try this out!!!


O is for One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

When I first heard about this book, I said nah, I’ll pass. Fastforward a couple of years, to when I joined GR, and everyone was talking about the author’s second book. That seemed more interesting to me, so I read it first, really liked it, and then decided to just give this one a try.

I loved it. The plot was interesting, the characters were amazing (Nick and Maeve were my favorites! Nick and Bronwyn together were so cute!!!!), the ending shocked me even though I’m pretty sure I’d read a spoiler beforehand, but I was completely blown away! It was the second mystery book that I gave 5 stars too (the first one being The Fixer) and I definitely highly recommend it!

That’s it for this Tuesday! Have you read any of the books I mentioned above? Did you enjoy them? Who are some of your favorite authors? Let’s chat in the comments below!

(Be sure to link to your Top Ten Tuesday and Top Five Tuesday posts so I can check them out!!)

19 thoughts on “Top Five Tuesday ~ K-L-M-N-O

  1. Slowly catching up with everyone’s Top 5 Tuesday posts. πŸ˜‰ I haven’t heard of any of the books you’ve mentioned, it’s why I love taking part in these book memes.

    Here’s my Top 5 Tuesday post so you can see my K,L,M,N & O choices. πŸ˜‰

    Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend and enjoy this week’s reads.
    Flora x

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  2. Nice list! I’m glad One of Us is Lying was a huge hit for you! I loved the relationship in it too, and thought they were so cute together! Nick and Browyn’s personalities complimented one another so well! I haven’t gotten around to the author’s second book, but I might try it in the future!

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    1. Thank you Kelly! That was an amazing book! They were definitely cute together, especially when Nate swore that he would never murder her and asked that she do the same and she said he’s ridiculous. (I memorized it πŸ˜‚), that was awesome!!
      I hope you enjoy her other book. It was great, but I don’t think it was as good as One of Us is Lying. Happy reading πŸ’š

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  3. WELCOME TO TOP 5 TUESDAY πŸ™‚
    I read No Exit a few months ago….. I don’t normally read mystery/thrillers but, this one, omg it was so good! When the killer was practically introduced in the first chapter I wondered how the story could go on….. but it’s a book full of surprises!!
    Thanks for participating – added you to the list!

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    1. Thank you so much Shanah!!

      It was truly amazing and action-packed. I started reading on my bed, and managed to end up on the floor so it was really an edge-of-your-seat thriller πŸ˜‚ Definitely full of surprises. I’m so glad you loved it! Thanks for adding me πŸ’š

      (I’m so sorry! Your comment was in my spam folder so I initially missed it)

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