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Book Review – A Fair to Die For by Radine Tress Nehring

Thanks to Carl Brookins for sharing another review. Makes my Sunday blogs so much easier. A Fair To Die For                     Radine Trees NehringISBN: 97816100912202012 release from Oak Tree Press238 pages (without recipes)  In spite of continual bumps in their road of life, Carrie McCrite and her second husband, Henry, forge onward. They both have healthy, …

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Book Review – Lethal Lineage by Charlotte Hinger

Thanks to Carl Brookins for the introduction to another good mystery. The list of books I want to read just keeps getting longer, and longer, and longer….. Lethal Lineage By Charlotte Hinger ISBN:978-1-59058-837-6 2011 Release from Poisoned Pen Press This is an amazing novel. Almost from the first line, one is interested, entertained, and enthralled. …

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Book Review – Lost Women of Lost Lake by Ellen Hart

Thank you Carl Brookins for introducing us to another good read. The Lost Women of Lost Lake by Ellen HartISBN: 978-0-312-61477-52011 hardcover release fromMinotaur Books, 320 pgs. It is interesting how these things come in multiples. Libby Hellmann recently released a novel with its genesis in the riotous summer and fall of 1968. The Minnesota …

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Book Review – The Eye of The Virgin by Frederick Ramsey

Thanks to Carl Brookins for another review. He does pick some good books to offer for our reading pleasure…. The Eye of the VirginBy Frederick RamseyPub. Poisoned Pen PressJune, 2010, Hard Cover.254 pages.ISBN: 9781590587607 Review by Carl Brookins Sheriff Ike Schwartz is in it again.  Some odd break-ins have occurred in the area around the …

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Thanks to Carl Brookins for an introduction to another good read. Murder Has No Class Rebecca KentISBN:978-0-425-23207-1 Berkley Prime Crime   Tired of the daily news of the world? Read too many grim thrillers or suspenseful detective stories lately? If you are looking for a change of pace, for an amusing, diverting traditional mystery in the best …

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The Anonymous Client By JP Hailey (Parnell Hall) ISBN: 978-1-936441-22-8, e-book edition released 2011, 232 pages. This is another fast-paced novel featuring criminal defense attorney, Steve Winslow. The protagonist is clever and so is the novel. It’s also slick, amusing and entertaining. The author has a good sense of his readers and their likely primary …

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Book Review – Invisible Path by Marilyn Meredith

Invisible PathBy Marilyn MeredithISBN: 978-1-60659-239-7Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60659-238-02010 Release fromMundania Press. 224 pages This charming story from a veteran author is the ninth in her series of Tempe Crabtree crime novels.  Tempe is a deputy sheriff in the small town of Bear Creek near an Indian reservation in the mountains of central California. A young man …

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