Friday, November 24, 2017

Death at the Midnight Dragonfly-Great Escapes Tour-Review/Giveaway


About the book 
On the fourth day of Christmas,
In Mercy, Mississippi….
Four suspects lying,
Three sleuths a sleuthing
Two clues a hiding
And a very, very dead body.
It’s the Christmas season in Mercy, Mississippi. But things are far from jolly.
For Vlad Templeton the sleepy little town where he spent his childhood provides the perfect place to conduct his state funded sleep study. But when the local bank manager, who was participating in the study, is found dead on his doorstep, is it a set up…or is Vlad somehow involved?
But, when someone makes an attempt on Lily Gayle’s and Dixie’s life, the two realize they better move fast….or they might end up sleeping forever.
Character interview 
Hello Miss Edna!  Welcome to the blog.
Hello there, young lady. I'm mighty glad to be here. Thank you for the invitation.

Have you ever visited a blog before?
I'm not right sure what a blog is, but I say never be scared to try new things!

I am sure you have a bunch of stories to tell us.  How long have you lived in Mercy?
Why I was born right here in this house. Back in nineteen and thirty-two. A midwife delivered me. You know, now that I think on it, it was one of those Mitchell women. You know they had a midwife in every generation of that family. Tragic what happened to them. This town has all kinds of stories, not all of them nice....if you know what I mean.

Oh it does seem like such a quaint town.  I would love to visit.   What
is your favorite place in town?
My front porch! I can sit right here in my rocker and see most of what happens right from the comfort of my own home since I'm right on the town square. This house is one of the first built in Mercy. And if I get hungry or thirsty I always have food and drink in the house. You should come sit a spell some time.


I loved meeting Lily Gayle and all your other friends when all the drama happened and poor Lux was murdered.  Oh my goodness.  I am sure you all just were hoping for a little peace and quiet around town.
I feel just terrible about Luxen. I loved him all my life. And it turns out he loved me, too. Sad how people hurt the ones they love in the name of protecting them. I sure did hope after that happened that we'd get a little time to recover and to celebrate the holiday season. 

I love Christmas.  Do you?   I bet Christmas is your favorite holiday since you
make such a special Christmas punch.  Is it?
Oh my! I've loved Christmas since I was a little child. Back then we'd go caroling around to all the houses and there was a great big tree on the courthouse lawn that got decorated so that everyone in town could enjoy it. We'd have little gifts tied to the branches too. If you wanted to surprise someone who maybe couldn't afford to exchange gifts, you could just tie your little package on the tree with their name attached and they'd get it. I can tell you that was one of my favorite traditions from my childhood. That old tree died years ago and no one planted another one, so we don't do that tradition anymore. 

Have you been making it a long time?  Have you ever spiked it for a little extra kick maybe for a New Years party?
Oh, Honey! I've been making that punch my whole life. My Daddy taught me the recipe when I was just a tiny girl. It has a special ingredient that used to be a lot easier to come by....even if the reveneuers didn't much like it. I reckon a young girl like yourself never heard of a reveneuer. That's what we called the government men back in the old days who came looking for home brew stills and busted them up. Some of the boys around here had a fine time tricking those old reveneuers. But nowadays, I get mine from an old friend whose name I won't mention. Even though the reveneuers are long gone, there's still consequences to making shine.


I heard about your little visit to the jail house.    I cannot imagine how
It must have felt.  Can you share your experience with us?
Ben Carter called me and asked me to come to his office and I thought I was going in there to answer some questions about things at the Christmas party. I was there for a lot of it and I saw some things that I thought he;d want to know about. And I let him know about the castor oil in Tom Hammond's punch as a joke, but Ben didn't thing it was funny. Imagine my surprise when he told me I was under arrest! Me! One of the most respected ladies in this town! I was struggling to my feet, since I'm not as spry as I used to be, when he pulled a black plastic bracelet out of his desk drawer and told me I would have to wear if I didn't want to sit in jail. I sure let him know there was no way he was putting that bracelet on me. My word is my bond and he would have to settle for that.

I just imagine that Ben Carter is probably on your ‘list’.  Are you still annoyed with his little high handed Sheriff acting?
 I have never in my life been treated with such disrespect! I just know his poor Mama is turning in her grave that a son of hers acted that way. I know he was raised better.


I am so sorry to bring up such a sordid mess and what with Ben acting all
Policeman like!

So what is all that craziness  with a sleep study going on up at the new B&B?
Sleep study. Hmph. I never heard of such. If people can't sleep they're not doing enough work. Simple. I don't think anybody needs all that medical equipment and money to figure out why someone's not sleeping. But I guess the government is ready to throw money at anything these days. And I hear this study is to see if not being able to sleep runs in families. Well, I can tell them that for free. And, there's something else going on up there with that sleep study. It seems legitimate, but I have a feeling there's something else. And my intuition tells me Lily Gayle knows what it is. I'll get it out of her, you can be sure of that.

Let’s chat for a minute about all that wonderful new food that Harley is
sharing and asking you to taste test.  What is your favorite treat she’s introduced to you?
I don't hold with all this fancy stuff she's coming up with. Good old fashioned home cooked food is what's best. But she's got her heart set on this new business and I aim to support her all the way. I'm an old lady and just don't like change. These young folks will enjoy the new food. The meatballs with peach bourbon glaze sandwich is not really my style, but Lily Gayle and Dixie sure did like it.  And the chocolate and peppermint muffins are nice and the girls loved them. But my favorite is that strawberry bread. Mighty tasty. 

I would love to sample some of her treats.   They all sound so good.

I would love to visit with you again but I think I should pop on over to
Mercy and sit with you on your porch and let you tell me everything
that is going on in town.

Maybe we can share a cup of punch!
You just stop on by any time. I'm always happy to chat with friends on my porch. I'll even let you borrow my bird watching binoculars. You can see lots of interesting things around the town square with them. Watching birds I mean, not people. I'd never do something like that. And I'd be happy to share some punch with you if you're in town around Christmas. That's the only time I make it. You come on by soon!


Thanks for visiting!

And then I thought
This is my 2nd chance to read a Lily Gayle. I enjoyed the first one I read so I was delighted to get the chance to read more. 
Although these books are part of a series they are stand alone. 
But you will enjoy reading them in order. 

The characters are all as charming as Miss Edna. I was delighted to get the chance to interview her.  
It was fun visiting her Lily Gayle and her other friends again.  
And seeing the Midnight Dragon Fly up and operating.  

I am looking forward to many more installments in the series.  

The author Susan Boles weaves a fun story/plot with some great characters that are just cozy making the reader feel like they are home. 

Lily Gayle is a delightful sleuth that tends to get into a bit of trouble while she's snooping.  Whether it's peeking into windows or finding opened doors she doesn't let anything stop her from finding the answers.  She does step on a few toes and she has to  act fast to find who dun it and save the day!  

If you love a good clean cozy mystery you won't be disappointed visiting Mercy Mississippi and Lily Gayle.   

I received a complimentary copy. 
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Book Beginnings Friday-Feat- Egg Drop Dead by Laura Childs

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Each Friday I will be choosing a book I am reading or will be reading soon to feature.
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The first few lines . . . 
. . . It was an autumn of particular intensity.  Of riotous colors
and delft blue skies, cool nights and smoke curling out of chimneys.
And the last line of Chapter 1 . . . 
"Mike?" Suzanne said again, in a pleading, still-hopeful tone. 
Because she was still trying to make sense of how some could 
cold-bloodedly murder this mild-mannered dairy farmer.

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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Book Spotlight-Nomad On The Run- I Read Book Tours

 


Book Details for Nomad on the Run:

Category: Adult Fiction, 290 pages
Genre: Thriller, mystery/suspense
Publisher: Bookstand Publishing
Release date: April 15, 2011
Content Rating: PG (No swear words, some violence and minimal/clean sex scene)

Book Description:

Hidden beneath greed, deceit and coercion hides the truth

Enticed by an investment firm in Morocco, Eric Martin is caught in a world where no one can be trusted

Beneath the golden desert and azure seas of Morocco lurks a hidden world of greed, deceit and financial terrorism. But the players are not who you might think. Lured away from his seemingly idyllic life as a managing director for a major international bank in Toronto, Eric Martin returns to his ancestral roots in Morocco.

Tempted by a mysterious offer from a boutique financial firm, Eric soon discovers he has walked into the middle of a whirlwind where everyone has their own secret agenda, and he unwittingly has become the key to unlocking them all. From the broad avenues of Toronto to the mean streets of Casablanca, Eric rushes to discover the truth before time runs out. But who can he trust?

The power and attraction of money is strong. In the midst of a dangerous cast of characters, Jeff Offenbach, bank president, knows more than he lets on. But how much does he know? Is he a key player in a scheme to terrorize the global economy, or is he just trying to save his firm from becoming another victim of the global economic collapse? Valerie is the unknown factor. Is she involved in the partners' machinations, or is she as guileless as Eric? Can he trust her? And more importantly, will he survive long enough to find out?




Book Details for The Nomad's Premonition:

Category: Adult Fiction, 240 pages
Genre: Thriller, mystery/suspense
Publisher: Story Merchant Books
Release date: April 28, 2017
Content Rating: PG-13 (some violence, a couple of swear words - minimal)

Book Description:

A new mystery waiting to be unraveled

Eric Martin has a gut felling that his worst nightmare is about to make a comeback the moment the electronic record of the stock market trade flashes across his monitor.

Eric Martin is desperate to forget his past, one that almost cost him his future.

Working in Paris as deputy head of a bank's internal security department, Eric notices a high-speed trader's uncanny ability to predict extremely profitable trades. Even though there's nothing illegal about the activity, he knows the trader's success is more than just luck.

But, no one believes him. Armed only with a handful of data and a powerful instinct, Eric searches for the mysterious trader on his own. He suspects that a predictive algorithm has fallen into the wrong hands.

Eric sets off for Istanbul to find answers promised to him by an informant. He finds an unlikely ally in Interpol agent Stephanie Brule. With Interpol wanting him back in Paris and out of the way, Eric's quest is also hampered by the sudden appearance of his ex-lover, a boss he's not sure he can trust, and a terrorist who always seems one step ahead.

Will Eric put an end, once and for all, to the nightmare that began when he accepted a job that was too good to be true? Or will his need for revenge and justice lead him deeper into a treacherous world he has no way of escaping?


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Georges Benay is a former international banker who is now working as a Toronto-based writer and award-winning photographer. He is the author of two novels, including The Nomad's Premonition and a collection of short stories. His award-winning pictures have been featured in several magazines and book covers.

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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

In The End By John W. Medford-Book Review-All About The Series-A Beck Valley Tour


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A generation has lost its way. And no one will sin without retribution.

Parents are crushed after their daughter is ripped from their lives. Ivy chases every lead, but the fog of deception is deep.

So very deep.

For mankind, the end is near. How many sacrifices will it take before the cataclysmic events can't be stopped?

It was supposed to be a confession. Instead, it became a statement of conviction -- to Satan.

Will Ivy be able to stop a demonic killer?

It's one woman's pledge to save a generation from a fanatical psychopath.

It's one man's path to claim his destiny.

Can Ivy possibly back away from the threat?

He believes Ivy has sinned. And it is time for her life to end…just like all the others.

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"Rife with deceit and deception and characters that leap off the page, this story is told with confidence through a sure hand, engaging both the mind and the heart. A compelling treat." -- Steve Berry, New York Times Bestselling Author

"An intense and heart wrenching story that keeps you engaged from beginning to end." -- Simon Wood, USA TODAY Bestselling Author of DECEPTIVE PRACTICES.

"I love the way that Mefford writes, seamlessly jumping between characters and time frames with no confusion, and he is extremely descriptive of the setting . You almost feel like you are watching a movie instead of reading a book!" -- Hilary Mahoney, Elusive Red Tiger

Above reviews from An Ivy Nash Thriller, Book 1, IN Defiance



And I thought
This is my second chance to read An Ivy Nash thriller.  I was super excited to be offered to read  In The End.

In this newest installment of the Ivy Nash series we are taken on a fast paced ride.  

As the plot unfolds everyone realizes this just isn't about one missing immigrant teen.

The story line gives the reader a mix of action with some passion, love and some sadness.  But a little hope is left as well. 

If you are a lover of suspense and a large series to sink your teeth into you will not be disappointed. 

Although I have not read any of the other series which crossover 
I am sure that I would enjoy them just as much.  

If you start be fore warned you might not be able to put them down.  

I enjoyed In The End and give it a 'thumbs up' and a 5 star rating. 

I received a complimentary copy from Beck Valley. 
This review will appear on retail sites where available.
This review will appear on Good Reads. 


About the series . . . 
Redemption Thriller Series
Books in the Alex Troutt Thrillers:
AT Bay AT Large
AT Once
AT Dawn
AT Dusk
AT Last

 
Books in the Ivy Nash Thrillers:
IN Defiance
IN Pursuit
IN Doubt
Break IN
IN Control
IN The End

and.....Coming Very, Very, Soon....
Books in the Ozzie Novak Thrillers
ON Edge - book 13 (releasing Nov 28th - pre-order here)
Game ON - book 14 (releasing Dec 12th - pre-order here)
ON The Rocks - book 15 (releasing Jan 4th - pre-order here)
Shame ON You - book 16 
ON Fire - book 17 
ON The Run - book 18 

The Scoop 
By now you're probably aware that the Alex Troutt thrillers, Ivy Nash thrillers, and the soon-to-be-released Ozzie Novak thrillers are all under the same Redemption Thriller Series umbrella. Why? Because, ultimately, they all connect -- Alex, Ivy, Ozzie. How? That's part of the mystery that I'm slowly unveiling throughout the Redemption Thriller Series. 

Through each sub-series, characters from different books appear in the other novels. If it adds suspense, intrigue, or even a good laugh, I've included a cross-over character -- it's a lot more fun that way. Plus -- and here's the real kicker -- I'll write a final six novels that brings all of the major characters together -- Alex, Ivy, Ozzie. It will be explosive and gut-wrenching…in a way that will leave you breathless. At least that's my hope. 

Starting with IN The End, I'll be launching a new book every 2-4 weeks. IN The End will segue into the Ozzie Novak Thrillers. ON Edge (book 1), is due out on November 28. From there, it will be non-stop suspense until all six Ozzie books are released. And my editor tells me that Ozzie Novak is my best character yet.:) So, I hope you're ready for some thrilling binge-reading. 

How can you catch up if you've started the Redemption Thriller Series mid-stream? Box sets have been created in the Redemption Thriller Series to allow you to pick up a pretty nice discount. To read the first three Alex Troutt thrillers just copy and paste this link into your browser: http://smarturl.it/05gf5r Or, you can search for Redemption Thriller Series Box Set. Alex Troutt Thrillers books 4-6 are also a box set. The Ivy Nash and Ozzie Novak thriller box sets will be coming soon.

About the Author
Amazon #1 Bestselling Author, #2 bestselling author on Barnes and Noble, and a Readers' Favorite Gold Medal winner.

A veteran of the corporate wars, former journalist, and an astute observer of human and social behavior, John W. Mefford has been writing his debut novel since he first entered the work force almost thirty years ago, although he never put words on paper until 2009. Once he started writing, however, he couldn't stop.

A member of International Thriller Writers, John writes novels full of electrifying suspense -- the same types of books he has loved to read since before he could shave.

When he’s not writing, he chases his youth on bike or a basketball court, all while making mental notes of people and societies across the land.



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Goddess Fish Promotions Tour-Deadly Choices by Karen Randau

Deadly Choices (Rim Country Mysteries Book 3) by [Randau, Karen]

About the book 
An elderly woman with an arrow in her chest. A murdered journalist. A decades-old cover-up. 

In Deadly Choices (Rim Country Mysteries Volume 3), Rita and Cliff Avery team up again to solve a spate of murders in their picturesque Arizona mountain town of Rim Vista. Rita’s mother Willow delivers gut-wrenching news while falling for the man who could be responsible for four deaths. And Rita must escape a string of life-threatening predicaments thrown at her by an assailant willing to do anything to scare Cliff off the case.
And I thought
Not just a page turner! It will grab you at page one. You'll be
hanging on for dear life!

Deadly Choices is a smoothly written thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out who the villain is.

There are a lot of options to choose from! Among the suspects is the antique shop employee, the German antique buyer and his daughter, the victim's girlfriend (who turns out to be leading a double life ) and even Rita's rancher friend Robert.

As Rita and her detective husband search for clues Rita's mom
Willow joins in to clear Robert's good name after they become smitten with each other.

There is a bit of a rocky road for Rita as she investigates from being kidnapped to narrowly escaping being blown to smithereens by a bomb that takes out one of the suspects.

Deadly Choices is book 3 in the series. It is written as a stand alone installment.

I enjoyed the dynamics between Rita and her husband Cliff so much that I would really like to read the first two books. (see info below on the series) I expect Willow and Robert I will be a permanent part of the cast in future installments.

If your a fan of suspense you'll enjoy this thrilling twisty story.
You'll be kept guessing!

This was a great story/plot for any age with no language, graphic romantic or crime scenes.

I received a complimentary copy. 

This review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads. 


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About the book 
An engaging ex-con. An arrow in an elderly woman’s chest. A slain investigative reporter. Karen Randau brings back Rita and Cliff as innocent bystanders to a secret worth killing for in Deadly Choices: Book Three of the Rim Country Mystery series.
An elderly woman stumbles into their campsite as Rita, Cliff, and Rita’s long-lost mother enjoy s’mores and folk music around the campfire. Things get interesting when Rita’s mother falls for the key suspect, Rita’s old friend and mentor. Rita discovers her mother isn’t the woman she thought she was, and her dear friend has forced her into hiding.


Murder and decades of someone else’s bad choices — this isn’t your average motherly visit!
And I thought 
Not just a page turner!  It will grab you at page one.  You'll be
hanging on for dear life!

Deadly Choices is a smoothly written thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out who the villain is. 

There are a lot of options to choose from!  Among the suspects is the antique shop employee, the German antique buyer and his daughter, the victim's girlfriend (who turns out to be leading a double life and even Rita's rancher friend Robert. 

As Rita and her detective husband search for clues Rita's mom 
Willow joins in to clear Robert's good name after they become smitten with each other.  

There is a bit of a rocky road for Rita as she investigates from being kidnapped to narrowly escaping being blown to smithereens by a bomb that takes out one of the suspects.  

Deadly Choices is book 3 in the series.  It is written as a stand alone installment. 

 I enjoyed the dynamics between Rita and her husband Cliff so much that I would really like to read the first two books.  (see info below on the series)  I expect Willow and Robert I will be a permanent part of the cast in future installments.

If your a fan of suspense you'll enjoy this thrilling twisty story. 
You'll be kept guessing!  

This was a great story/plot for any age with no language, graphic romantic or crime scenes.

I received a complimentary copy from Great Escapes Tours.
This review will appear on Amazon, Good Reads

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Goddess Fish Tour Book Blast/Giveaway-Prosecco Christmas by Sylvia Ashby



About the book 
Family is where life begins.
And what better time to spend with your family than Christmas week?

Ashley and Giacomo go to Upper Swainswick, a postcard village ten minutes’ drive from Bath, to stay with Ashley’s mum and stepdad. It’s their last visit before the arrival of their first child.

But babies have a habit of being unpredictable.

So when Ashley goes into labour on Christmas Eve, three weeks ahead of schedule, it takes everyone by surprise.
She’s not ready! Her perfect Birth Plan is packed away in her hospital bag two hundred miles away, she has no going home outfit, and she has a live event planned for New Year’s Eve for her YouTube channel, The Sinking Chef. People have been signing up for it for weeks. She can’t possibly disappoint them on the last day of the year. What is she to do?

The tinsel gets even more tangled when Giacomo’s parents decide to fly from Italy to meet their first grandchild. Hotels are fully booked, so everyone has to stay under the same roof.


Would eleven people in the house, not counting the baby, turn out to be simply too much for Ashley?
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Predictability is key in having an uncomplicated birth, I realise.

Joslyn, a young and tall American lady at the antenatal classes, even tried to use an ancient Japanese fortune-telling device – omikuji to predict the correct birth date for her child. I checked it on the internet and omikuji is basically a paper strip with a prophecy written on it and can be found at shrines and temples throughout Japan.

Only Joslyn wasn’t in Japan, but in England and we don’t have many shrines and temples around. So she made do with a free omikuji generator online. She got “uncertain bad luck”, “uncertain good luck” and “middle bad luck” and was quite hysterical for the rest of her pregnancy. I don’t think she scheduled a Caesarean either.

‘Giacomo, could you give us a hand with the wine? I want to pick some good Prosecco. You stay in the car, darling,’ Mum chirps towards me as she hurries out. ‘We won’t be a mo.’

‘I’ll come with you,’ I cry after her. I don’t fancy spending the next half an hour alone in the car. Mum’s “moments” can be anywhere up to an hour at a time.

I open the car door and put my foot out. I step right into a puddle which soaks my boot with German efficiency.

‘Great.’ I groan.

I turn in my seat and try to get out of the car avoiding the puddle with my other foot. Hopefully, it’ll be warm inside Marks & Spencer’s so my boot will dry out fast. I manage to step over the wet patch and slide out of the seat when a Braxton Hicks hits me so hard I double over in pain. I close my eyes, breathe and pant for a few seconds. Hot sweat flushes down my body and soaks me all the way down to my, already wet, feet.  This contraction is particularly strong. It makes me grip my stomach, huddle my shoulders and shiver against the strong December wind.

I really wish I was at home, in bed, and not in a supermarket car park braving the wind. “I’m pregnant and in pain!” I want to shout after Mum who’s just disappearing through the supermarket’s sliding doors. Next to her is Michael, who is still tapping on his phone and not looking where he’s going.

‘You all right, love?’ I hear a man’s voice from close proximity. I look up. It’s the man I saw this morning collecting donations by the M&S front door. The one with the Rudolf jumper and Santa hat. He’s looking at me with an open interest.

‘I’m fine, thanks.’ I straighten up and brush my hair back. ‘It’s Braxton Hicks,’ I explain. ‘It’s not the real thing.’

The man doesn’t look convinced. He shakes his green donation bucket, making it rattle thoughtfully.

‘Braxton Hicks, uh?’ he says. ‘It’s doesn’t look like Braxton Hicks to me.’

I glare at him, irate. Why does everyone around me think they are childbirth experts? Mum, Michael, now this man in a ridiculous reindeer jumper with a donation bucket.

‘I’ve just been to the hospital,’ I inform him, ‘where I was thoroughly examined,’ “by a nurse with a uterus” I almost add but stop myself. ‘They assured me these are Braxton Hicks’.

‘Right,’ the man doesn’t waver. ‘Who did you say examined you?’

Honestly! Why does this man think I have time for chit-chat when I’m in so much pain?

I lean back against the car for support. I feel quite faint all of a sudden.

‘I can’t remember,’ I tell him breathlessly. ‘And does it really matter anyway?’

The man shakes his donation bucket again.

‘I think they might have got it wrong.’

‘Maybe.’ I force myself to nod politely. ‘What makes you say that?’

‘That wet patch on the front of your jeans is a pretty big telltale,’ he says, eying my legs.

I look down.


‘Oh, my God!’ I squeal. ‘My waters broke!’

About the author 
Sylvia Ashby is fond of the written word: books, blog posts, recipes, even an explanation to the HM Revenue & Customs as to why she thinks skirts should be exempt from VAT - she's written it all!

She likes travelling and has lived all over Europe - London, Brussels, Amsterdam and Sofia, Bulgaria. Currently, she lives in Leuven, Belgium with her husband, daughter, son and a sparrow called Jack, who comes occasionally to peck the seeds she leaves for him on top of the garden shed.

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