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Books to enjoy in May! Let your reading blosson!

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A prim bookseller and her hardboiled ghost team up to catch a cunning killer inů

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Welcome to Bushwhack, New Mexico: home to tourists, the great outdoors, and murderů

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Friendship. Second chances. Lots of dogs!

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A secret no one dared whisper...

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In service to His Majesty, one must be prepared for Hell.

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10 comments posted.

Re: Driven to Temptation (8:41pm June 20, 2016):

All of those sound really good.

Re: You're Still The One (10:39pm February 16, 2016):

I haven't thought about any types of adventures. I would
love to go on a trip to Texas and eat tons of food (TexMex,
Chicken fried steak).

Re: The Millionaire's Unexpected Proposal (1:33pm April 1, 2015):

I made a snap decision of accusing my daughter or not doing
her chores, when in fact she did.

Re: Assault And Pepper (2:52am March 2, 2015):

My favorite cozy spot is my sofa with my blanket, reading a
really good book.

Re: Make Me, Take Me (2:22am December 18, 2014):

I'm sure there are tons of things I can't live without. But
I'm going to say my tablet.

Re: Hard to Come By (9:53pm November 27, 2014):

This would be my first story about an amputee. I've heard
really good things about this series. I so have to start
reading it.

Re: An Officer and a Rebel (1:57pm November 26, 2014):

Love this story!!! It introduced me to Wes.

Re: Brushing Off The Boss (11:04am September 18, 2014):

Hi Annie. What a seriously BUSY year.

I really like ordinary people just living their life daily.
But occasionally, I'm okay with the exotic locals.

Re: Teacup Turbulence (3:35pm January 28, 2014):

Wow. Both books sound really good. I didn't realize you
wrote romantic suspense as well.

Re: Death, Taxes, and a Sequined Clutch (2:51pm October 16, 2012):

I personally say let the person go. I'm a strong believer in Karma. Karma ALWAYS bites you in your behind at some point.

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