This is kind of a random book discussion, but participating in March Mystery Madness has made me reflect on what it means to be an ethical mystery reader and how I can broaden my tastes to stay engaged with the reality of what I’m reading about. Let me know your thoughts below!
“Imitation in Death” by JD Robb
“I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” by Michelle McNamara
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