This book is somehow the beginning of a series. If you ever read a review of mind before you know that I always start series in the middle, so it’s weird that I started this one of the beginning. Anyway, This 1st book is about detective Renee Ballard, who was placed on the night shift, which is where the police officers go when they’ve misbehaved. Unfortunately for rene, she didn’t actually misbehave. She just accused her supervising officer of sexual harassment, and nobody backed her up.
She’s a good cop stuck on the night shift, and she never gets to see any of her cases through, because she just hands them off to the day shift when she’s off in the morning. There are two cases that catch her attention though. She vows to keep them and work them all the way through. I really like Renee, I’m gonna keep going with her series.
My next and final review for CBR 10 is a book about decluttering. I guess I was feeling a little bit messy when I downloaded this book onto my Kindle. It’s all about the mindset behind having a clutter-free house, and the positive things it does to your life. I guess it’s a riff off of Marie Kondo’s concept, which I’m sure she didn’t come up with originally either. I finished this book on the plane last night coming home from Christmas vacation in Florida, so I didn’t get to try out any of the tips and tricks. I’m kind of excited about trying them out for the New Year though, because my house is a total mess. It actually felt a little bit inspiring and I got kind of excited about starting to declutter my house, because I feel like there’s just crap everywhere that I don’t need or don’t use. Plus if I have less crap around it’ll make me more likely to clean up.