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January 30, 2015

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Kevin

Thank you for the ad of Barry's review. I have fixed the intro on the review to acknowledge the fact you are doing the links. I am sorry it was wrong as I didn't know. With everything here the last few days I just missed it.


Kevin

R.T.

Thank you! I am honored to be included in such prestigious company by such a prestigious host. You've made my day!

BV Lawson

Kevin, I think you have more than enough on your mind to worry about links, so please put that out of your mind. Best wishes to you, Sandi, and your family - so sorry you're having to go through all of this.

BV Lawson

Welcome to the Friday's Forgotten Books family, R.T. (although Patti has included you before, I believe)! The more, the merrier. :-)

Katelaity

I've added an FFB over at my noir site.

Katelaity

Apparently Typepad doesn't like HTML https://grahamwynd.wordpress.com/2015/01/30/noir-classic-ride-the-pink-horse/

BV Lawson

Got it, Kate! Typepad can be a bit "buggy" at times. Sorry about that. But thanks for the heads-up.

Richard R.

I really like the Department of Dead Ends stories, but haven't tried on of the novels, which may have been a lucky chance from the sound of your review.

Tracy Kaltenbrun

I had a problem leaving a comment, I hope this is not a duplicate. Enjoyed your review and I would like to try both novels and short stories by this author.

Thanks for including my review.

BV Lawson

You're probably right, Richard. If you stick with the stories, you'll be in good reading company.

BV Lawson

Sorry about that Tracy. Sometimes the Typepad captcha system is easy-peasy, sometimes it's quite buggy. But at any rate, there wasn't a duplicate post. Thanks for your participation in FFB!

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora)

Thanks for including me in the roundup.

BV Lawson

Always happy to, Sergio! Thanks for the Elisabeth Sanxay Holding books. And yes, I am envious about your Aussie adventure! But welcome back.

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