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Jim Ringel writes the Lama Rinzen mysteries—a series of crime mysteries wrapped inside Buddhist mysteries.

Jim practices Zen, skis, hikes, bikes, and visits brew pubs throughout Colorado seeking out the Buddha in everyday life.

For more information please visit www.jimringel.com


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Jim Ringel I have always enjoyed haunted house stories. That's what gave me the idea to write a spooky tale set in a large manor house. But I wanted to be more o…moreI have always enjoyed haunted house stories. That's what gave me the idea to write a spooky tale set in a large manor house. But I wanted to be more of a public place where strangers might gather, so I turned the manor house into a haunted hospital. (less)
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―      =       does not exhibit characteristic   SalesmanDog Hunts to Survive xx Charming when necessary xx Loyal ―x Always glad to see you (pre-sale) xx Always glad to see you (post-sale) ―x Smells its prey's weakness xx Requires grooming xx Enjoys doing what he's told ―x Does what he's told xx Best trained in a crate xx Fits in with the pack ―x The young one Read more of this blog post »
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