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Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore

I recently read the debut novel by Matthew Sullivan, Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore. You will probably find this book in general fiction, but you might find it in the mystery section. If you do, we aware that there … Continue reading

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What Angels Fear by C.S. Harris

The first Sebastian St. Cyr novel, What Angels Fear, was published in 2005. We meet  St Cyr in Chapter One as he is preparing to fight a duel. Before that, though, we see the beginning of a brutal murder in … Continue reading

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The Oxford Murders; Pleasant but not Compelling

I picked up The Oxford Murders, by Guillermo Martinez, at Mockingbird Books. It was an impulse buy, one of the days I was working there. I swear some days I buy more than I shelve. Anyway, I liked the title; … Continue reading

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2012: The Books we Got for Christmas

Between actual books –brightly wrapped packages tied up with string (well, ribbon) – and gift card books, we did all right this year. Above is the pictorial representation of our haul. They include: Hide me Among the Graves, by Tim … Continue reading

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Grave Matters

If you like mysteries, here is a website for you: www.gravematters.com. I found out about them when I ordered a book from them, via abebooks.They e-mailed me the next day to tell me my book was in the mail. Then … Continue reading

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