Monthly Archives: April 2020

Seas the Day

Who wants to enjoy something yummy that wasn’t cobbled up out of what was in the back of the pantry, even if it’s just a virtual treat? OK, but maybe not with murder for dessert. Seas the Day (A Seafood Capers … Continue reading

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Murder in the Secret Maze

Would you be surprised to know that at one time I built a labyrinth in my front yard? No murders happened there, though. At least not to my knowledge. Murder in the Secret Maze (A Tory Benning Mystery) by Judith … Continue reading

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This Magick Marmot

Did you sing that book title as you read it? I did. And if you’re scratching your head trying to remember who made the tune you’re thinking of popular, it was Jay and the Americans, in 1968. But, onward with the … Continue reading

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Old tales: New Twist

Old tales: New twist The stories you loved as a child have been twisted into wildly addictive tales that will bewitch you as an adult: enchanted castles, spellbinding magic, handsome princes, beautiful princesses, and as many happily-ever-afters as your heart … Continue reading

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