Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Gun Kiss-Goddess Fish Promo Tour



About the book 
The United States media is abuzz with news of the mysterious disappearance of Hollywood movie star, Goldie St. Helen. 

Ex-Delta Force Blake Deco receives a tip from a Mexican friend that a drug lord, obsessed with the beautiful actress, is holding her captive in Tijuana. 

With the help of a reluctant army friend, Blake mounts a daring rescue. 

What he doesn’t expect is to have feelings for Goldie—or that a killer is hunting them. 


And I thought
I actually liked this one better than I thought I would.  I am 
not really sure why I didn't expect it to be as good as it was but.
I was happily surprised. 
I was happily surprised this was a good clean book.  There are no bedroom scenes and no language. 
There is the occasional foul mouth but most is in Spanish. 
There is however alot for violence.  I lost count at all the dead bodies.  However even as bad as murder and violence can be 
the author moves the story along and doesn't fill the pages with gore.  
The main characters of the story are more than likeable.  I actually more than liked Blake and Goldie and hope to see more of them and I'll let the author know.  
She ended the book with a question to the reader asking how much we liked Blake and Goldie and if we want to read more. 
I am anxiously waiting for more. 

Maybe a little suspense and romance for Jack?  (Blake's 
best friend who helps him retrieve stolen artifacts and helps rescue Goldie)




The villain is that.  A villain.  He doesn't stop until; well I don't want to give that away.  He is a piece of work.  A stalker, kidnapper, drug lord that loves violence. 

Gun Kiss was a great read.  I look forward to reading more. 

I received a complimentary copy. 
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Pooksticks Bridge-Silver Dagger Tour Review/Giveaway

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About the book 
Beginning as a childhood game, Poohsticks Bridge tells the sweet story of a friendship between two children that, through the years, blossoms into adult love with an unbreakable bond and faith in one another. John and Melissa are tested throughout their lives by hardships, pain, and separation, yet their love and determination to live life together to its fullest never falters. In today’s culture of having everything, this couple shows us how a few, simple things can lead to a satisfying and fulfilling life. 

Poignant in the extreme, you’ll want to keep the tissues nearby. These two will make you laugh, cry, and fall in love … with life and with them.
And I thought
First the cover drew me in.  Then the description of the story/plot.
This was a good read.  A page turner.  
This story will have you smiling, laughing and sometimes you just might wipe away a tear.

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Monday, October 15, 2018

Crimes Past By Lauren Carr-Release Day!

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It's a bittersweet reunion for Mac Faraday when members of his former homicide squad arrive at the Spencer Inn. While it is sweet to attend the wedding of a late colleague's daughter, it is a bitter reminder that the mother of the bride had been the victim of a double homicide.

The brutal slaying weighing heavy on his mind, Mac is anxious to explore every avenue for a break in the cold case - even a suggestion from disgraced former detective Louis Gannon that one of their former friends is the killer. 

When the investigator is brutally slain, Mac Faraday rips open the cold case with a ruthless determination to reveal which of his friends is a cold-blooded murderer.


I can't give you any details.  Or even share my review yet. But trust me if you love a good Cozy Mystery you'll love Crimes Past by 
Lauren Carr.   

Crimes Past  is available on Amazon.  Click here to go ahead and purchase. 

And about my review you can find here on November 14th as 
part of the I Read Book Tour.  

One more thing . . I read an ARC (Advanced Read Copy) electronic copy.  I am buying the print copy!



The Trouble With Billionaires-By Michelle Pennington e

The Trouble with Billionaires (Southern Billionaires Book 1)
About the book

And I thought 
A welcome change.  I couldn't put it down.  Turned the pages and finished in 1 day.  
I really enjoy a sweet clean romance. I really enjoy SWC with a good story/plot.
Michelle Pennington gives the reader all of the above in this one. 

The Trouble With Billionaires is a great read.  My emotions
went from interested to sad to see it end. 

Although it did end in a great Happily Ever After which is normally what readers expect from a great romance.  That is what this reader got. 

All the characters are charming.  Even the ones you tend not to like.  The wanna be girlfriend of the Billionaire.  The small town girl and her mom that are hoping to catch him.   The characters are well developed and add to the story. 

And then of course Charlotte whats not to like.  She was sweet and a good mom with a few issues.  But she works through them. 
Nate the Billionaire is a great guy that cares about other people.  

A couple of  the sub characters like Sam (Nate's assistant) and 
Lanelle (Charlotte's next door neighbor) are charming in their own right.  I wonder of Sam will end up with his own love story in a future book?   

If you like a good sweet romance check this out.  

I recommend for adults and teens both.  

I received a complimentary copy. 
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Friday, October 12, 2018

The Perfect Body by Frankie Bow-Great Escapes Spotlight

The Perfect Body (Professor Molly Mysteries)
Cozy Mystery
8th in Series
Hawaiian Heritage Press
Release Date – September 30, 2018
Print Length: 203 pages
Digital ASIN: B07GVRPNLY
About the book 
When Professor Molly attends Mahina State University’s exclusive donor dinner, she doesn’t expect to have to share a table with the insufferable Stephen Park. Turns out it’s one thing to invite your toxic ex-boyfriend to drop dead…it’s quite another when he takes you up on it.

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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Murder At Archly Manor by Sara Rosett-Great Escapes Tour-Spotlight-Giveaway


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About the book
 A high-society murder. A spirited lady detective. Can she out-class the killer before an innocent person takes the fall?
London, 1923. Olive Belgrave needs a job. Despite her aristocratic upbringing, she’s penniless. Determined to support herself, she jumps at an unconventional job—looking into the background of her cousin’s fiancĂ©, Alfred. He burst into the upper crust world of London’s high society, but his answers to questions about his past are decidedly vague.
Before Olive can gather more than the basics, a murder occurs at a posh party. Suddenly, every Bright Young Person in attendance is a suspect, and Olive must race to find the culprit because a sly murderer is determined to make sure Olive’s first case is her last.
Murder at Archly Manor is the first in the High Society Lady Detective series of charming historical cozy mysteries. If you like witty banter, glamorous settings, and delightful plot twists, you’ll love USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett’s series for Anglophiles and mystery lovers alike. Travel back to the Golden Age of detective fiction with Murder at Archly Manor.

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USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett writes light-hearted escapes for readers who enjoy puzzling mysteries, interesting settings, and quirky characters.
She is the author of the Murder on Location series, the Ellie Avery series, the On the Run series, and the High Society Lady Detective series. Sara also teaches an online course, How to Outline A Cozy Mystery.
Publishers Weekly called Sara’s books, “satisfying,” “well-executed,” and “sparkling.” Sara loves to get new stamps in her passport and considers dark chocolate a daily requirement. Find out more at SaraRosett.com.
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About the book 
London, 1923. Olive Belgrave needs a job. Despite her aristocratic upbringing, she’s penniless. Determined to support herself, she jumps at an unconventional job—looking into the background of her cousin’s fiancĂ©, Alfred. He burst into the upper crust world of London’s high society, but his answers to questions about his past are decidedly vague. Before Olive can gather more than the basics, a murder occurs at a posh party. Suddenly, every Bright Young Person in attendance is a suspect, and Olive must race to find the culprit because a sly murderer is determined to make sure Olive’s first case is her last. 
Murder at Archly Manor is the first in the High Society Lady Detective series of charming historical cozy mysteries. If you like witty banter, glamorous settings, and delightful plot twists, you’ll love USA Today bestselling author Sara Rosett’s series for Anglophiles and mystery lovers alike.
Travel back to the Golden Age of detective fiction with Murder at Archly Manor.
And I thought
Normally I am not a huge fan of  stories that take place in early times like a Historical Cozy.  However I am a fan of Sara Rosett.
I have read and reviewed a few of her other books in her other
series so I thought I would give Murder At Archly Manor a try.

I was glad I did.  I very much enjoyed this fun Cozy Mystery and 
Sara has made me reconsider my aversion to Historical Cozy and Romances.  I think I have been missing alot. 

I  enjoyed Olive and the other characters.  I enjoyed Olive's nack for making discreet inquires and getting information from people.  

Murder At Archly Manor had a steady pace and was an easy read.  I enjoyed turning the pages and racing to the end to see 
what happens and who dun it.  

If you enjoy a good cozy check this one out.  

I received an Advance Reader Copy. 
My review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads. 

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Summer Plans and other disasters by Karin Beery-Review


About the book 
Elementary school music teacher Callie Stevens thinks she’s finally figured out God’s plan for her life—she even made a list to keep her on track.

Moving in with her brother and reconnecting with her ex-boyfriend are at the top of the list. What’s not on the list is running into her childhood crush, Ryan. God wanted her to connect with Kyle, right?

Trying to figure out God’s plan is hard enough. But a dating-averse older brother, the young blonde who adores him, a pregnant best friend, and Callie’s continual mishaps make her wonder whether her best laid plans were truly God-inspired. 


And I thought
I love a good romance.  I love a good romance that is sweet and clean.  I love a good romance that falls under the inspirational category.  

Summer Plans and other disasters meet all my favorites. 

There was lots I actually really liked like the above about the book. 

 There was lots that I was just kind of left shaking my head. 

Honestly I just didn't really get 'into' Callie's character.  I love that she set out to follow God's plan for her life.  But I felt she acted more like she was 16 than a 27 year old that lived on her own. 
She was a ditz at least while she was spending the summer with her brother.  It made me wonder how she managed to live on her own. 
Every move she made to help her brother she messed things up.  
Tripping over carpet when she arrives.  Falling into a dumpster. 
Mowing over a bag of trash.  The list kind of just went on.  Leading me to just kind of think 'Good grief'.  
Her brother Jack was a nice guy with commitment issues.  (On the romance side)  He liked a girl but was hung up on how old she was/is.
But he was a great big brother. 
His best friend Ryan has an interest in Callie.  
And then there's the ex boyfriend that Callie returned to town to at least she thought.  You'll have to check it out.
No beans spilled here.

All in all this was a good romance.  A good story.  But I just kind of thought that the characters and how they acted was more high school than grown adults. 

I say this with a whole lot of regret.  Because I really wanted to like this book more.   

I wanted the good clean romance to jump out as a great book.  
But for me it wasn't great.  It was good. 

I read it in 2 days which is normal for me.  It was a fast read. And interesting story/plot that is actually great for a teenager. A clean sweet romance is hard to find.
Especially one that centers on God's plan without being pushy.

I would be interested in giving this author another chance and will look for more books. 
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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

a life by Design by Lucy Appadoo- Spotlight & Giveaway Italy Book Tours

A Life by Design by Lucy Appadoo-
This is a Spotlight post for the tour. 
I have not read this book 
About the book 
When 20-year-old Elena Allegro leaves the Italian village of Laurino to study Fashion Design in Milan, she’s certain her dreams are about to come true. Despite her father’s warnings that risk comes with her newfound freedom, she loves her studies and develops a love interest with Francesco, the handsome young entrepreneur who offers her a part-time job in a Milan clothing store.

It seems like an idyllic situation—until a stalker targets Elena, tormenting her with mind games and threatening her safety. In the face of escalating danger to herself and to Francesco, Elena must fight for her freedom, her love, and her survival.
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A Very Merry Murder by Mary Angela-Great Escapes Spotlight

 
This is a Spotlight post for the Great Escapes Tour
I have not read this book 
About the book 
It’s December in Copper Bluff, and from hillside to hallowed hall, everyone is merry—or will be as soon as semester break arrives. Students are studying, professors are grading, and Emmeline Prather is anticipating the university-sponsored holiday concert. Friend and colleague Lenny Jenkins will be accompanying the visiting quartet, Jazz Underground, and Em can’t think of a better way to kick-start the holiday season.
But before she can say “Jingle Bell Rock,” trouble arrives at Candlelight Inn, the bed and breakfast where the quartet is staying. One of the band members dies unexpectedly, and suspicion falls on Em, whose altercation with the man ends with him on the floor. He never recovers, and now she’s worried her reputation might not either. When Emmeline starts to see parallels between an Agatha Christie novel she’s teaching and the victim, Lenny claims she’s read one too many mysteries.
As the clues unravel, so does the murderer’s patience. Em is close to finding the truth, but will the truth—or the murderer—push her over the edge? It will take a Christmas miracle to solve this case, but if there’s one thing in surplus this time of year, it’s faith.
And others are saying 
This book overflows with the sounds and smells and music of the winter holiday season.
I was carried away to Copper Bluff, South Dakota.
~Laura’s Interests
A VERY MERRY MURDER is a warm and endearing cozy mystery into which the reader slips, similar to slipping under a warm afghan near a glowing fire on a cold winter’s night, ready to wrap oneself in the story,
~Mallory Heart’s Cozies
Lots of twists, turns, and surprises that you won’t see coming all leading to a great reveal scene that made me think of Sherlock as Em laid it all out for them.
~Books a Plenty Book Reviews
This book was definitely cute with the descriptions of Christmas and how the people celebrate the holidays. Along with solving a mystery and add an Agatha Christie novel to the mix and it’s bound to be a great adventure!
~Community Bookstop
There are some charming cozy moments as Christmas comes to Copper Bluff. A Very Merry Murder is an appealing cozy mystery that will have you feeling merry and bright.
~The Avid Reader
A Very Merry Murder is a classically crafted and masterfully methodical mystery with carefully placed subtle clues. It is a gem of a read with its Agatha Christie feel . . .
~Book Club Librarian
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Cover Reveal-The Heart Break Cowboy-Promo Book Tour

*Old flames burn hotter the second time around...*

It’s been four long years since McCrea Coldiron watched Eleanor Mackenna walk out of his life. He wasn’t ready for the marriage noose then and never thought he would be. Single, free to do as he pleases, and running the Promise Point Horse Rescue Ranch are the things that make him sure he was right to let Eleanor go… This is until she comes back to town with a daughter he never knew about in tow.

Eleanor knows just how badly McCrea can burn a woman and how persuasive he can be when he wants something, so she’s more than cautious about his charming words and cocky grin when she comes home to arrange the sale of her grandparents’ ranch. But when a flat tire in a thunderstorm introduces four-year-old Sophie to her daddy, Eleanor knows McCrea’s love for his daughter is genuine. Can she trust it will be the same for her? As the icy walls around her heart begin to melt, Eleanor must find the courage to trust her heart or run away from the man who has always owned it.

Being shown what he lost is a wake-up call for McCrea and he isn’t about to let Eleanor or Sophie walk away. It’s time to prove he’s a man who believes in love and happy-ever-after.

About Mina Beckett

Mina and her husband live on a small farm in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of southern Kentucky. She's an artist, an avid reader, a dog lover, and a miniature horses enthusiast. Life in her corner of the world consists of long winter nights curled up by the fire, cheering on her favorite football teams in the fall, enduring March Madness in the spring and walking barefoot through her garden with a cold jar of tea in the summer ─ fireflies at sunset accompanied by a serenade of crickets and frogs, and lazy nights in the porch swing.
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Monday, October 8, 2018

The Ghost and the Bogus Bestseller-Great Escapes Tour-Book Review


About the book 
Penelope Thornton-McClure and her bookshop’s ghost-in-residence Jack Shepard are back on a new case in this delightful paranormal mystery from New York Times bestselling author Cleo Coyle.
A big bestseller leads to small town trouble.
Bookshop owner Penelope Thornton-McClure didn’t believe in ghosts, until she was haunted by the hard-boiled spirit of 1940s private investigator Jack Shepard. Now Jack is back on the job, and Pen is eternally grateful…
After an elegant new customer has a breakdown in her shop, Penelope suspects there is something bogus behind the biggest bestseller of the year. This popular potboiler is so hot that folks in her tiny Rhode Island town are dying to read it–literally. First one customer turns up dead, followed by another mysterious fatality connected to the book, which Pen discovers is more than just fiction. Now, with the help of her gumshoe ghost, Pen must solve the real-life cold case behind the bogus bestseller before the killer closes the book on her.
And others are saying

I love the way this book is part in current times part in Jack’s time. The relationship between them is so cute even if it is impossible.
~Community Bookstop



the plot was seriously intriguing, and each time our amateur sleuths, bookseller Pen (and I the reader) thought we had it solved–well, the story turned yet another corner, so we had to progress. I loved every single minute of it.
~Mallory Heart’s Cozies
I LOVED this book! I LOVED Jack and I LOVED Pen! What a super fun book that is well written and well scripted.
~The Montana Bookaholic
I devoured this book. I enjoyed every minute of it. The characters and the story are well-written.
~Socrates’ Book Reviews…
The characters are well developed and well rounded. Pen and Jack make an awesome sleuthing duo and you can tell that they care about each other.
~MJB Reviewers

Who would have thought a dead gumshoe could be so much fun? Right from the beginning, the presence of a stereotypical 1930s private detective thrown into a modern world comes through loud and clear.
~Mysteries with Character
And I thought
My first (and not my last) from this team.  I was intrigued by the 
fact that the authors are a husband and wife team.  Very cool. 

 I am sorry that I've missed the others all 5 of them.  This one was a sure stand alone as I am sure the others are. 

The Ghost and the Bogus Bookseller was just fun.  The characters are charming even the ghost.  

You'll be on a bit of a ride following as Pen tries to do the 
sleuthing and solve the mystery. She has some help along the way with the bookshop resident ghost Jack.  Jack was a detective so he has all the skill to help solve the crimes.   

I am looking forward to some backtracking and picking up a few more in this series.  

I received a complimentary copy. 
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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Glitter Bomb by Laura Childs-Great Escapes Tour-Review/Giveaway

About the book 
An exploding Mardi Gras float has got to be the strangest murder weapon scrappy sleuth Carmela Bertrand has ever encountered in this latest Scrapbooking Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author.
It’s Mardi Gras in New Orleans and scrapbook shop owner Carmela Bertrand is excited to be attending the Pluvius Parade along with her best friend Ava. Carmela’s ex-husband Shamus rides by the duo on his float at the head of the parade, when suddenly the revelry turns to disaster. Shamus’ float crashes and explodes, and although Shamus escapes unhurt, a member of his krewe is killed.
Carmela and Ava plunge into an investigation of the krewe-member’s death, but as they dig deeper it starts to look less like an accident and more like a murder….and Shamus seems less like a victim, and more like a suspect.


And others are saying 
I found Glitter Bomb to be well-written with a fast pace. Carmela and Ava are a hoot. I enjoy their witty repartee. Ava and Carmela do not let grass grow under their feet on this investigation.
~The Avid Reader
GLITTER BOMB is a rollicking roller coaster ride through Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
~Cozy Up With Kathy
And I thought
Laura Childs is back with another great installment in a fun series.
The New Orleans Scrapbooking Mystery series features Carmela the owner of a scrapbooking shop in NOLA.  Carmela has a habit of stumbling into murder and getting into all kinds of trouble. 
This time her ex Shamus is a prime suspect (at least for while)  Shamus may be a womanizer and a jerk but Carmela stands behind him because he's not a killer.  Just not a 'good husband'.  
All the while her new detective boyfriend Babcock kind of seems to be focusing on Shamus. (what red blooded suitor with a gun wouldn't)  Of course Carmela has to get involved  and find the real culprit.  
Laura Childs provides the reader with a fast paced and humorous 
story that will keep you turning the pages to the end. 
Which btw I really liked.  I think it was the best part.  Reminded me of one of my favorite movies.  No beans spilled here.  You'll have to check it out.  
I also enjoy the scrapbooking tips at the end and the recipes.  
If you like a good cozy mystery you need to check this one out!

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

His Everything by Mia Echo-Silver Dagger Tour/Giveaway

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About the book 
When you're the only girl growing up in a family full of soldiers, it's hard to find a date, let alone true love. Either your family scares the guy off, or the dating pool is slim pickin's because you know how a real man should act and won't settle for less.

All I wanted was to find a man I could start a family of my own with, but I never imagined how quickly I'd fall in love or how quickly I could lose it all to be his everything.

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 I stared at that damn bathroom door until she came back out, waiting for her to walk past me again.  The way she carries herself… confidence and sensuality radiates from her in the sexiest way I’ve ever seen.  I’ve never been so drawn to someone, let alone someone I’ve never even met.
     She’s mine and she doesn’t even know it yet.
     When she finally emerges, I almost panic as she takes a different path back to her seat.  Watching intently, I see her talk to the waitress before turning toward her table.  Several executive type guys are clustered around the girls she came with, flirting with them as if they are God’s gift to women.  What a joke.  More like a waste of space.  I could snap one of them in half with minimal effort and they’d never even see me coming.  They wouldn’t be able to defend themselves much less protect the woman they’re with.  I’ve never understood how men like that could look at themselves in the mirror every day without being completely disgusted with what they see.  No way is one of these panty wasters, man enough for my woman.
     As if taking my thoughts as a challenge, one of those fuckers approaches her.  I’m out of my seat and walking toward them in a nanosecond, ready to beat the guy to a bloody pulp, but then I hear her beautiful voice for the first time.  “Not on your life, pretty boy.”  Calmly, she turns to leave as if she hasn’t just made my night.
I think I’m in love.
     My feet move of their own accord.  I can’t take my eyes off of her as I follow her outside.  She knows I’m here, I saw her posture stiffen as she felt me watching.  Her steps faltering only momentarily, but she maintains her composure, never looking in my direction.  Keeping her head held high as if she owns the place, I realize, in this moment, she owns me as well.  Her hips sway as she pointedly ignores me.  With confident strides, she finds her car and climbs in.  Not wanting to scare her, I stand by the door, just taking her in.  
What will she do next?
     Like a slow-motion video, she raises her eyes to meet mine.  My heart races and it’s hard to breathe.  I know she has the most beautiful emerald green eyes, I saw them as she walked past me in the restaurant, but to see her looking directly at me, even through the glass of her windshield thirty plus feet away, they are so intense.  I’m lost to her.  She could ask me for anything, and      I’d get it for her, I’d do anything for her.
     Is it crazy?  Yes.
     Do I care?  No.
     She’s mine.  Secretly I beg her to get out of her car and come and talk to me. I get the feeling that she is contemplating just that, so I wait. Hours, minutes, seconds later, she shakes herself slightly before pulling out of the lot.  I let out a sigh of disappointment. Reaching for my keys, there’s no question, I have to follow her.

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And I thought
It was easy to be attracted to this one.  I like the storyline.  The 
synopsis got me interested and I wasn't disappointed. 
Mia Echo gives the reader some great characters.  
I enjoyed this steamy romance.   There's alot going on in this one. 
Check it out if you enjoy a good romance.  
I look forward to reading more.  

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Spotlight-I Read Book Tours

Wanna read a good book?
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From Childrens books, Thrillers to Cozy Mysteries
and even a few on Writing
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