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April 16, 2010

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Patti Abbott

I think I read her before I read Christie even. And I reread The Patient in Room 18 not that long ago. Good one, Bonnie

Richard R.

I read on of her books years and years ago, couldn't tell you the title, but now I want to read another. Thanks!

BV Lawson

I think Eberhart follows more in the Rinehart lineage, but there are some elements of Christie here and there, Patti. Since my mother was a Rinehart fan as I was growing up, I'm surprised I don't remember any Eberhart books on our shelves.

BV Lawson

With close to 60 novels and numerous short stories, you've got quite a selection, Richard! Of course, many of these are out of print, but hopefully your local public library will have several.

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