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WIND, LIFE

Dear readers,

I have been reviewing my writings from over the years and came across this essay. Wind is a big factor in our lives in the spring in Albuquerque. 649 more words

Deadly Echoes by Nancy Mehl (Finding Sanctuary #2)


G
enre: Christian Fiction/Mystery
Audience: Adult
Harsh Language/Sexual Themes: No

Synopsis
Amazon Synopsis: After a youth filled with tragedy and upheaval, Sarah Miller’s life is finally settled with all echoes of the past silent at last. 483 more words

Book Reviews

Review: Imogene in New Orleans by Hunter Murphy

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting Hunter Murphy, author of the gay Southern cozy mystery Imogene in New Orleans! “What in the world is that about,” you ask? 578 more words

Pop Culture

Short Stories Challenge - The Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle from the collection The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes

What’s Five Orange Pips all about?:

Sherlock Holmes’ new client, John Openshaw is worried about a curse that appears to fall on his family. Both his uncle, his father, and now he himself have received five orange pips in the mail with the lettering K.K.K. 809 more words

Book Reviews

Re-post: The History of Paperbacks

An overlong article that still had some interesting things in it. From the NEW YORKER.

First 100 Books

Jellicoe Road - Unusual mystery. Believable characters. Fast-paced.

Title:  Jellicoe Road

Author:  Melina Marchetta

Summary: Taylor Markham, who was originally abandoned by her mother on Jellicoe Road when she was 11, is now a 17-year-old trying to piece together her past all while juggling being the leader of her boarding school dorm, competing with other schools in their “territory wars,” and (maybe) falling in love. 371 more words

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