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D. G. Kaye reviews – Deadly Quotes – Escaping Psychiatry III by Olga Nunez Miret

Reblogged from D.G. Kaye: My Sunday Book Review for Olga Nunez Miret’s – Deadly Quotes. This is the 3rd book in the Mary Miller Escaping Psychiatry series where the author uses her own forensic experience as a psychiatrist to write … Continue reading

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Glastonbury and the last Abbot of Glastonbury ~ Roberta Eaton

About Glastonbury Glastonbury was initially inhabited by stone age farmers. In 1892 the iron-age village near Glastonbury, now known as Glastonbury Lake Village, was discovered by a young medical student called Arthur Bulleid. The village was first constructed in approximately … Continue reading

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Destiny ~ Tina Stewart Brakebill #writephoto

I’m not sure when I drifted off or what woke me. The birds? Or maybe the chill in the air? Whatever it was, it interrupted a great dream. We were dancing. Just like we did the night we met. I … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Day ~ James Pyles #writephoto

Everybody calls me the Devil, and right now I wish I really was, because the only way I’m gonna save little 10-year-old Gracie Budd’s life is to stop a real Devil. Hard to believe, it being so quiet, green, and … Continue reading

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The New Guy ~ Notes to Women #writephoto

She had been through here hundreds of times but today, for some reason, it gave her the creeps. Served her right for watching that British murder mystery last night. She had sworn off watching those types of shows because they … Continue reading

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The Murderer from Jamie Dark #shortstory

Reblogged from Jamie Dark, Psychic Investigator… and the pen of Geoffrey West: Stephen, a quiet man who popped into our Dark and Light store one day, told me this very interesting story: Stephen’s Story “I killed my wife,” said the … Continue reading

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Guest author N.A.Granger – Pilgrim Children

It is with the greatest pleasure that I welcome Noelle Granger to the blog. Author of the Rhe Brewster mysteries, Noelle is currently working on a new project… Pilgrim Children Plymouth, Massachusetts, is still tied to England! I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Death in a Red Canvas Chair: FREE This Week on Kindle

Originally posted on SaylingAway:
I was an attendee at the Raleigh Bouchercon Convention this past week – at least for a day, which I will explain in a subsequent post. Bouchercon is held every year in a different city, and…

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