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Y IS FOR YESTERDAY By Sue Grafton

I have long been a fan of Kinsey Milhone since I read the first book. I found two separate written stories that had no connection between them. I saw only traces of the Kinsey I knew. Kinsey was involved mainly … Continue reading

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IN IT FOR THE MONEY By David Burnsworth

A cozy mystery, the first book in a new series about Blu Carraway, a private investigator, and his friends. I like his friends, Door is and Dink. The reading flew smoothly and the persona is developed in great depth. The … Continue reading

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ALL SIGNS POINT TO MURDER By Connie Di Marco

The second book is the Zodiac series is intriguing and held my rates until the end. Julia Bonatti is a bridesmaid a friend, Geneva Leary’s wedding that has problems. A missing bridesmaid and the wedding planner collapsed at the reception. … Continue reading

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A PATTERN OF LIES By Charles Todd

A historical World War One Novel. The background is set in Kent, England and aid stations and hospitals in France. The trains are delayed in Kent and Bess Crawford meets up with Mark Ashton whom she nurses in France. He … Continue reading

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THE PAINTED QUEEN By Elizabeth Peters and Joan Hess

It is with mixed feelings that I write this review and say Goodbye to the series. I have read both authors’ books many times. I admire both their satire. Elizabeth Peters was and still is my favorite author. I still … Continue reading

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THE TROUBLE WITH HARRIET By Dorothy Cannell

An ebook released of The Ellie Haskell mysteries written in the1980’s. I had a problem getting into the book as I am still learning about the characters who are well developed. There are some scenes that are amusing. In this … Continue reading

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CALAMITY TOWN By Ellery Queen

One of my favorite authors is Ellery Queen. This a pen name for two cousins, Daniel Nathan and Manford Kepofsky. The writings cover 42 years. I have read the books several times but it has been awhile since I read … Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A SPIN By Kate Carlise

The latest in the Bibliophile series and is a favorite of mine. I have been fortunate to have read all the books in this series. I followed all of Brooklyn ‘s adventures and thoroughly enjoyed them. This one does not … Continue reading

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ONLY SKEIN DEEP By Maggie Sefton

I have been a fan of this series for some years and have read most of the books at one time. I was looking forward to learning about my friends at Lampspun Knitters. I was sadly disappointed to find the … Continue reading

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FATAL FORGERIES By Ritter Ames

This mystery is set mainly in London and Europe and is about art and their forgeries. The descriptions of people and places and art will hold your attention as they put in the scene. Laurel Beachman is employed by a … Continue reading

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