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March 05, 2018


Patti Abbott

What a lot of work this is, Bonnie. Thanks!

BV Lawson

Thanks, Patti! It *is* a lot of work, and sometimes I wonder if anyone notices or cares, but I plug away. I consider it a service to fans of crime dramas and crime fiction and hope it helps inform and entertain both.


I appreciate your efforts very much and link my blog to it as well as share across social media.

BV Lawson

Thanks, Kevin! I appreciate the support, I truly do. And thanks also for all that you do for the crime fiction community via your blog and social media. I know it's been especially hard this past year, but you've kept plugging away and I admire that.

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