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January 28, 2011

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Kerrie

Hello BV. This week's edition of Friday's Forgotten Books is now up at MYSTERIES in PARADISE. Thanks for participating.

Evan Lewis

Nice excerpts. This woman could write.

BV Lawson

Thanks for hosting today, Kerrie! And you're right, Evan. This was my first Rhona Petrie/Clare Curzon, and I will definitely be seeking out more, if they're written as well.

Martin Edwards

Very interesting. I don't know this book, but I did know Clare Curzon and her late husband, and she was an extremely charming person as well as being a good writer.

BV Lawson

I can tell from her writing that she would have been fun to know, Edward, and it's terrific that you were lucky enough to get the chance. I haven't read the other series books, but after reading this one, I'm definitely going to hunt them down.

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