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Mark Reutlinger

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San Francisco, The United States
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Agatha Christie, Donald Westlake, P.G. Wodehouse.

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Mark Reutlinger is the author of the novel Made in China and the "Mrs. Kaplan" mystery series. He is a professor of law emeritus at Seattle University. Born in San Francisco, Mark graduated from UC Berkeley and now lives with his wife, Analee, in University Place, Washington.
When not reading or at his computer writing, Mark enjoys tennis, biking, playing the clarinet (in the Tacoma Concert Band), sports cars, and various arts and crafts. He wishes he had time for it all.

Average rating: 3.64 · 622 ratings · 183 reviews · 6 distinct worksSimilar authors
A Pain in the Tuchis (A Mrs...

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Mrs. Kaplan and the Matzoh ...

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Wills, Trusts, and Estates

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Made in China

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Washington Law of Wills and...

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Evidence: Essential Terms a...

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Another great, and unusual, story by Christopher Buckley. Set against a background of the "discovery" and sale of relics and Martin Luther's break with the Catholic Church, the story has a clever plot, interesting (including many historical) characte ...more
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Twisted Reasons, the first book of Geza Tetrallyay’s Twisted trilogy, is a thriller with a strong historical and political base. It concerns both the creation of Russia’s first nuclear weapons and the later attempts by terrorists, with the help of Ru ...more
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Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett
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Another entertaining Pratchett adventure, this one with more than a little Shakespearean influence. The three "wyrd sisters" meddle in royal politics, with unpredictable results and the usual clever Pratchett turns of phrase. Probably better apprecia ...more
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You don't have to be a Sci-Fi fan to appreciate this adventure story.
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Going Postal by Terry Pratchett
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Another delightful entry in the Discworld series, GOING POSTAL exudes Pratchett's usual wit, charm, and thought-provoking observations on the world we live in (even if we do not live in, or on, Discworld). And of course no one can turn a phrase bette ...more
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The Secrets of Wishtide by Kate Saunders
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This is a cozy mystery set in Victorian England, told in the first person by private investigator Laetitia (Letty) Rodd. It is also a "social problem novel," decrying the ill treatment of women in English society of the time. It is an interesting sto ...more
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“Mentally, many of the residents are still, as they say, sharp like a tack, but some are now more like the other end of the tack, having been hit with the hammer of life much too often. You know, missing a few candles from their menorah.”
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“Does she recognize Eddie for who he is, or only for who she wishes he would be?”
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