Please welcome guest reviewer John Stickney to the blog today. This is his first review here and hopefully there will be many more. Today he reviews THE LAST COLLAR by Lawrence Kelter and Frank Zafiro. …Continue
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I was gone most of Friday dealing with things related to my Mom’s death earlier this month. So I was not around to mention the fact that Barry Ergang had contributed a review for Friday’s Forgotten Books.
Barry reviewed TRIAL BY FURY by Craig Rice. Come take a look.…Continue
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I do not know if this the right place for this message. If it is please accept my apologies.
Wigtown is Scotland's National Book Town with a number of shops selling mysteries. In the area, there is a large number of people who read mysteries in all forms from historical mysteries to romance mysteries.
A committee has been formed to bring mystery events to the town at weekends on a regular basis.We would like to hear as soon as possible from…Continue
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She explains the personal influence on “My Own Golden Age Mysteries.”…Continue
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As The Case of the Secret of Crater Lake begins, it is late summer and just a few weeks after The Case of the Gray Ghost’s Belt Buckle. In a few more weeks, Quinn Higgins will be entering the fifth grade at Churchland Elementary back home, but right now he is in Oregon.…Continue
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I was hooked. Today, as part of Friday’s Forgotten Books hosted by Patti Abbott, I share my review from 2008 again.…Continue
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