Do Not Let The Heat Kill You

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It is almost officially summer, according to my calendar, and it is already so hot that walking around is hard to do without sweating through all of your clothes. It is only fitting that this week’s book deals with years of drought and heat so hot animals cannot stay outside.  The head makes people do funny things especially when it affects their lifestyle.  In Jane Harper’s The Dry the reader dives into the death of a family that the town blames on the weather. When an old friend comes into town to attend the funeral the remaining family asks for help.  This book was a very easy read and if you enjoy murder mysteries then you will find this book easy to read. I will admit that it has not been my favorite and if I had to rate it on Amazon I would give it 3 stars.  Good but not great, easy to read but not something I would recommend out of all the books I have read. Not all books are going to be my favorite but that should not stop you from looking into this book or any others. Up next is Jill Santopolo’s The Light We Lost.