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December 05, 2014

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Richard R.

I liked this, read it when it came out after seeing the author at a mystery convention, Left Coast Crime, I think. I liked the sequel as well or better.

Just curious: I see you're using an image from Pinterest, which requires a sign in to see. Since not everyone (me, for one) has an account there, I kind of wondered why you choose that image?

BV Lawson

Glad you liked the book too, Richard! I'll have to check into the Pinterest thingie. I added it to the blog's web design because I thought it was a way for people to pin photos to their Pinterest Boards - I didn't realize if you tried to click on the image for a larger photo, you couldn't do that - it only takes you to Pinterest to sign in. Arrgh. Keeping up with blog/web design is very frustrating!

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