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December 03, 2008

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Terrie Moran

BV,

Thank you for helping us get the word out about the Toys For Tots Anthology. As a Grandma, I send an extra special thanks for the links to kids mysteries. never to young to enjoy a good mystery.

Terrie

Tony Burton

BV,

Thanks much for the shout-out about our Toys for Tots anthology! I believe we're going to make our goal of $3,000 this year, up from $2,000 last year and $1,380 in 2006. It shows what caring people who write good crime fiction can do to help the less privileged.

Tony B.

Ryder

It's very interesting book!!

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