Monthly Archives: November 2020

Penstemon Files – Blue Flowers

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MURDER AT ARCHLY MANOR By Sara Rosett

PEACE To find my reviews go to search and type the authors name; any reviews will popped up. ABSENCE OF ALICE – December 29 For a light and relaxing read checked out the first in the historical series featuring Olive … Continue reading

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NIGHT OF THE WHITE BUFFALO By Margaret Coel

The Wind River Series has long been my favorite Native American story. I am delighted to read this book. Visiting with Father John and Vicky Holden was a great way to pass the time. Someone is taking random shots at … Continue reading

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Penstemon files – red penstemons

In the late 1900’s we travel thought western states of Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho taken pictures of our native plants. Some I remember and I have forgotten other details. Most of my materials are gone.

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FOTD – White Flowers

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HUNTING HOUR By Margaret Mizushima

An outstanding police procedure featuring K-9 dog, Robo and his handler, Deputy Mattie Cobb. The information on Robo’s training is educational and how a police department broaches a missing person is enlightening. This is the third book in the series … Continue reading

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Big Trinty Lake at 9,700 feet – Idaho

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CAVE OF BONES By Anne Hillerman

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS! My thanks to the Meridian Library for my copy. This is The latest book in the long-term series of the Navajo tribe. Tribal Police Officer Bernadette Manuelito arrives at an outpost to speak to a group of … Continue reading

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FOTD – Flowers with rust or brown centers

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#COOL IN TUCSON By Elizabeth Gunn 

PEACE Elizabeth Gunn is one of my go to read authors in the late 1980/70/90 I read most of her books at that time. Her books are excellent police procedures.  Sarah Burk is an homicide detective in Tucson, Arizona. She … Continue reading

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