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June 18, 2010

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Patti Abbott

Wonderful review of a completely new author for me.

BV Lawson

I haven't read her historical fiction (which has given her the most fans), but the Bill Slider series is fun...

Richard R.

What a GREAT pick. I love the Slider novels, recommend them frequently and think it's a shame they are not better known. Time to reread one of them.

George Kelley

Cynthia Harrod-Eagles sounds interesting. I'll see if she's available in the nearby Canadian bookstores.

BV Lawson

Hey, Richard! "Body Line" is to be next in the Slider series, due around February 2011, if I'm not mistaken...

BV Lawson

I notice that stores like Poisoned Pen had some of her books, George. Hopefully some Canadian stores will, too!

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