Daily Archives: July 8, 2019

#A HOUSE DIVIDED by Jonathan F. Putnam

PEACE I saw this book and felt that it would be nice to learn more about Lincoln’s early life. This book has been researched and while it is Historical fiction I learn a good amount about life in the Midwest. … Continue reading

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#KILLER IN THE CARRIAGE HOUSE by Sheila Connolly

PEACE The second book of the Victorian Mysteries series is an outstanding history of the town of Asheboro, Maryland, it’s library and Henry Barton’s factory. Kate Hamilton is attempting to move ahead with the plans to turn Asheboro back to … Continue reading

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#BIRD OF THE DAY (BOTD) SANDHILL CRANES

PEACE https://grannyshotit.photo.blog/2019/07/08/botd/QUOTE https://ceenphotography.com/2019/07/08/bird-of-the-day-botd-july-8-2019-turkey-vulture/ The brown one is the off spring of the adults. Taken in central Idaho (Camas Prairie).

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#RISKY BISCUITS by Mary Lee Ashford

PEACE The Sugar and Spice Publishing company is preparing a community cookbook for the St. Ignatius Crack of Dawn Breakfast Club in the second book. Gossip is running as Nick Marchant has returned to town cause problems during high school … Continue reading

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#PEACH COBBERED by Anna Gerard

PEACE The first book in the Georgia B&B mysteries is a humorous and fun read with a couple of quirky characters. It is written by Anna Gerard who writes the Black Cat Bookshop mysteries under the name of Ali Brandon. … Continue reading

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