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Book Review- An Easy Death (Gunnie Rose Book 1) by Charlaine Harris

Originally published on my other site, Metawitches.com.

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book cover of An Easy Death

The first thing Gunnie Rose does when she gets her own book series is get a makeover haircut, to show how her life is about to go through some drastic changes. Gunnie Rose, who is also known as Lizbeth, actually has multiple reasons for her new look. She’s a 19 year old woman who lives in what would be the southwestern US, if she lived in our world, and her work as an almost magical sharpshooter keeps her outdoors most of the time, so her long hair gets hot and sticky. Plus her hair grows in long ringlets, which her boyfriend paid more attention to than he did to the rest of her, so she figured it was time to remind him to pay more attention to the person underneath the hair. But probably most importantly of all, since she’s called Gunnie for a good reason, the ringlets are…

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2 thoughts on “Book Review- An Easy Death (Gunnie Rose Book 1) by Charlaine Harris

  1. I just wanted to tell you that I greatly enjoy your recaps of a Discovery of Witches. Your sardonic wit is so enjoyable. I particularly enjoy your comments about how women, however powerful their characters are supposed to be (ie Diana) get all bent out of shape when their loved one is not consulted and ends up upset.
    You and your daughter must have a wonderful relationship, a rarity.

    I am one of these people who cannot stand not knowing the endings and this is how I came across your recaps.

    Thank you for what you do.

    Hope to read you again.

    Suzanne

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    1. Glad to hear my recaps are entertaining. My daughter is amazing, but we have our ups and downs. It started to look a little like a Stephen King novel around here while we were all locked in together for months on end- thank goodness we can leave the house again!

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