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Toaster Oven Takeover by Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore

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Title: Toaster Oven Takeover Author: Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore Genre: Cookbook   Format:  Kindle No. of Pages: 159 Date of Publication: April 20, 2021 Description:  Enjoy delicious and fresh weeknight meals in just minutes with these easy recipes using the most underrated yet versatile appliance in the kitchen—the toaster oven! While your standard oven is great for big meals, who wants to wait for it to pre-heat when you’re making weeknight dinner? That’s when the toaster oven comes in handy! As one of the most flexible and space-saving appliances in the kitchen, the toaster oven can do everything a standard oven can but is faster, easier to clean, and more energy-efficient. In  Toaster Oven Takeover , you’ll learn how to make recipes the whole family will enjoy, like: -Freezer-Ready Breakfast Burritos -Stromboli -Sweet Chili-Glazed Wings -Lemon-Roasted Fish with Olives + Capers -German Chocolate Cake -And more! Perfect for cooks of every skill level,  Toaster Oven Takeover  is choc

Keep Her Close (DS Josie Masters, #2) by M.J. Ford

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Title: Keep Her Close Author: M.J. Ford Series:  DS Josie Masters Genre: Thriller Format: Kindle ARC No. of Pages: 353 Date of Publication: March 7, 2019 Description:  His hand went around her middle, and the other came up over her face, holding some sort of material against her nose and mouth. He dragged her backwards, trailing her scrabbling feet … When a young woman goes missing from Jesus College, Oxford,  DS Josie Masters  is plunged into a world of panic as fear grips the city. Along with Thames Valley Police’s newest recruit, the handsome  DS Pryce , Josie must act fast – and when two more students disappear from Oriel and Somerville colleges, she realises the killer is sending her a deadly message in a cruel game of cat and mouse. This time, the case is personal – but who is the perpetrator? In a desperate race against the clock, Josie hunts for the kidnapper, and soon discovers he could be a lot closer to home than she’d ever thought… My Thoughts:  This is the first book t