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message 1: by Leslie (new)

Leslie | 101 comments I had a good month. Sorry I am so late posting the list.

Murder in the Marketplace - Lora Roberts
Dead Men Don't Crochet - Betty Hechtman
Death Swatch - Laura Childs
In For a Penny - Maggie Toussaint
A Score to Settle - Donna Huston Murray
Click to Play - Davud Handler
Denial - Stuart Kaminsky
Tragic Magic - Laura Childs
The Ghost at the Table - Suzanne Berne
Sucker Punch - Sammi Carter
New Hope for the Dead - Charles Willeford
Midnight Pass - Stuart Kaminsky
Bright Futures - Stuart Kaminsky
The Body in the Gallery - Katherine Hall Page
Tis the Season to be Murdered - Valerie Wolzien
The Body in the Bouillon - Katherine Hall Page
Remodeled to Death - Valerie Wolzien
U is for Undertow - Sue Grafton
Hothouse Orchid - Stuart Woods
Death of a Cozy Writer - G M Malliet
Fatal Flip - Peg Marberg
Thunder Bay - William Kent Krueger
Silencer - James W. Hall
Murder Packs A Suitcase - Cynthia Baxter

I really enjoyed the Sue Grafton book and wish that she would write faster. I also like William Kent Krueger's books.

I wish I could write reviews like some of you do. That always makes the lists more fun to read.


message 2: by Melodie (new)

Melodie (melodieco) | 3637 comments Since Margie isn't around, you're my new idol, Leslie!


message 3: by Leslie (new)

Leslie | 101 comments Thanks, Melodie. I miss Margie! Has anyone heard from her? She always added so much to the discussions.


message 4: by Susie (new)

Susie Fevella (susieinks) | 1650 comments Great list as always Leslie...and I'm not just saying that because we read a lot of the same books ;)


message 5: by Carol/Bonadie (new)

Carol/Bonadie (bonadie) | 8151 comments No, Leslie, I'm afraid not. Dan has made several overtures but hasn't heard back.

Leslie wrote: "Thanks, Melodie. I miss Margie! Has anyone heard from her? She always added so much to the discussions."


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