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4.5, but only because it's not my favorite. It had been so long since I read 11, that I didn't really remember what happened. Of course, a LOT happens anytime Charley is involved, and crazy as itt sounds, it was like there almost wasn't enough happen ...more
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Death in the Devil's Acre by Anne Perry
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There are many things I enjoy about the Thomas and Charlotte Pitt books--the description of custom and fashion, the snippets of history, the insights into today and how they might relate to those of the Victorian era. I find that those things I enjoy ...more
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I thoroughly enjoy Amanda Flowers mysteries regardless of the setting. This 1st installment of the living history mystery series is funny (grouchy gardeners, cheeky reenactment soldiers, and Abe Lincoln, Walt Whitman, and the ghost of Hamlet's father ...more
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Was hesitant to start this one as frankly I wasn't in the mood for epic fantasy, but the story slowly got its hooks into me. Kingdoms at war for centuries, royal intrigue, prophesies, treachery, deceit, love, hate--a world where triumph and tragedy s ...more
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What an emotional roller coaster ride!!! In this installment, the perfidy of class entitlement stands center stage more so than in previous volumes. An unthinkable tragedy, a quick prosecution, and imminent execution vie with Thomas and Charlotte's n ...more
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“He had been the pastor of Tate's church since Tate's boys were in high school--probably over ten years now. Tate thought he was a fair man with a good heart. It helped that his sermons were interesting and not fire and brimstone like the guy they'd had before him. Tate understood too well the repercussions of his sin. He went to church to hear about hope, to be encouraged. That was a thing Mitch seemed naturally born to--encouraging others.”
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“I'm glad you are happy in your new job." "As you said I'd be, Mamm. How did you know?" "I've known you a long time." Eunice resumed hoeing, though she stayed close enough that they could continue talking. "You're pretty much happy wherever you are planted, sort of like these tomato plants. As long as they receive a little sun, some water, and a bit of care...they thrive.”
Vannetta Chapman, Murder Simply Brewed

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“It seemed to him that she looked completely at home in the classic truck, but then, he supposed that spoke more of her personality than of the vehicle. She was probably at home...wherever she was planted. Ha! That thought had come straight from his wife. She was always admonishing the boys, "Bloom where you're planted." By the time they were in high school, they'd learned it did no good complaining to their mother about teachers, coaches, or chores. Her response was consistent throughout their road to adulthood.”
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Seanan McGuire
“Quentin quieted and watched her for a moment, hungrily, like he was trying to memorize every detail. Maybe he was. Forever is a long time. You have to burn the edges of memory onto your heart, or they can fade, and sometimes the second loss is worse than the first one.”
Seanan McGuire, An Artificial Night

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“Are the fae ever sane? We live in a world that isn't there half the time. We claim that windmills are giants, and because we say it, it's true. Our lives become myth and legend, until even we can't tell what we truly are from what we're told we ought to be. How can we live that way and be considered sane? My lord was never sane, but he was my love once. He always will be, somewhere. Wherever it is that the once upon a times go when they die.”
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