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DOBYNS CHRONICLES By Shirley MClain

I received a free copy from the author for an honest review. The opinion is my own. Learned about life the early 1900’s by following Charley Dobyns and his family as they live in Southeast Texas and Northeast Oklahoma. The … Continue reading

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ROYALLY DEAD by Greta McKennan

THINK POSITIVE! HUGS! History was a favorite subject in school and I have thoroughly enjoyed this series as I learned about subjects that I didn’t know before. This one did not disappoint as it taught a lot about Scotland. I … Continue reading

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MURDER IN MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS By Victoria Thompson

Thanks to my library for my copy of this book. I am a fan of this series and am up to date with the series. Frank and Sarah Mallory are adjusting to their new life. Frank has opened a Detective … Continue reading

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DESERT RUN by Betty Webb

A German POW camp was located in the Arizona desert. In 1944 a number of prisoners dug a tunnel under the camp and on Christmas eve escape from the camp. Betty Webb has brought the occasion to life in this … Continue reading

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TALL TAIL By Rita Mae Brown

Two stories are featured in this visit to Cross, Virginia. There is not much mystery as Harry and friends seek to solve a Barbara Leader’s death, a nurse for former governor Sam Holloway. Next, we find ourselves in the 18 … Continue reading

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TRUFFLED TO DEATH By Kathy A

I won this book in a giveaway I thank the author and the blog for the copy. Michelle and Erica have combined the shops together. One side is Michelle chocolate and coffee shop. Erica holds sway on the other side … Continue reading

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TAIL GAIT By Rita Mae Brown

Over the years I have enjoyed reading about antics of Mrs Murphy, Pewter and Wee Tucker their comments between themselves and the other animals the snake, opossum, owl, coyote and fox. I like the comments on their human companions. This … Continue reading

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AN ACCIDENTAL MURDER By Jacquie New

A cozy paranormal mystery. A good read for a dark and stormy day. Ella returns to her childhood home and buys the Yellow Cottage she loved as a child. She finds the owner left her black cat she calls Phantom. … Continue reading

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PASSING THROUGH PERFECT By Betty Lee Crosby

This book is not a mystery but an outstanding novel of life is southeastern Unit ed States in the 1930s-50s. The characters are fleshed out. I felt Benjamin feelings as he returned to Alabama after the war. I felt his … Continue reading

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SLAYED ON THE SLOPES By kate Dyer-Seeley

A fun read set on Oregon’s Mt Hood. The descriptions and history of the area place you right there.I felt was isolated in the Silcox Hut along Meg Reed and others. Meg goes out in storm and hears a gunshot. … Continue reading

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