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White Ivory From The Museum

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When former merchant marine Robert James first steps inside the Egg Harbor City Historical Society Roundhouse Museum, Marion Morris is intrigued. This handsome man has come to this New Jersey town in search of some local history. He's just inherited his aunt's house in Egg Harbor City, and he has plans to refurbish the home, which has been boarded up for years.

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Hardcover, 206 pages
Published September 19th 2011 by iUniverse
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Annie Michelle
"White Ivory at the museum" by Roy Carl Weiler Sr. was just the book for me when it arrived the other day...I needed some escapism mixed with murder, mischief and a little romance which is exactly what I found in this book.
Small towns can hold ugly secrets which is what a lovely widow and a handsome man find amid museums and old homes in Egg Harbor New Jersey.

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Karen
I did not see what other saw in this book. This conjured up all kinds of negative things for me: didn't like the writers style, didn't like the subject matter, thought the romance in the book was questionable and went on and on and on. Sickening!!1 The romance part was so sugary and then the violence part was demented. The other thing just didn't work for me as a mystery. And the surprise in the middle was just too weird. I kept reading, hoping that it would all come together, but it just didn't ...more
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Has written many short stories and poems. Four novels two of which have been published and can be found in most formats on b&n.com and amazon.com you can contact this author by email: rcweilersr@att.net
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