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Kristine posts on 8/12/2007 12:54:05 AM Hey aloma! Thanks for the info! I can't wait!
aloma posts on 8/12/2007 12:05:07 AM Paper back should be out in August 2007
Kristine posts on 8/11/2007 11:20:43 PM Does anyone know when Fat Free and Fatal will be out in paperback? If someone could tell me, it would make my day!



aloma posts on 8/4/2007 8:07:56 PM Hey everybody!!!! G A McKevett's other name is Sonja Massie Isn't the tops writer?
aloma martin posts on 8/1/2007 7:23:26 PM Why can't we contact G A McKevett?
Rochelle posts on 8/1/2007 10:57:12 AM Hi I'm wondering why I can't find anything when I search for the www.gamckevett or www.sonjamassie sites thanks
Sheila Koeberle posts on 7/20/2007 2:32:35 PM Does anyone know the other name G.A. McKevette write under?
Susie posts on 7/10/2007 2:24:15 PM I just picked up Fat Free and Fatal from the library and I can't wait to start it. This has got to be one of my very favorite series!
Ashley posts on 7/9/2007 9:04:13 PM I just finished reading 'Fat Free & Fatal'! OMGoodness!!! I think it's the best one so far ... I just love to see how Van & Dirk's relationship is progressing. It's so sweet to see them woo-ing one another like shy kids. :lets out a deep, restful sigh: Kudos, Sonja ... Kudos!
Linda posts on 7/8/2007 6:10:33 PM Dear Ms. Massie, I have only recently discovered your Savannah Reid series and have quickly become a fan. The members of the Midnight Magnolia Detective Agency are a winsome bunch (even Dirk), and Granny Reid is a pure delight. I look forward to reading about their future exploits. As a Spanish instructor, I must point out that the name of the city where the intrepid investigators live, San Carmelita, is ungrammatical. Since Carmelita is a woman's name, the word for "saint" should be "Santa"--as in Santa Bárbara or Santa Catalina--rather than "San"--appropriate for male saints such as San Francisco or San José. Revising the name of the city would certainly be cause for civic festivities with a lot of hoopla--and perhaps a murder? Changing the name would also, of course, entail a great deal of nuisance and expense, as signs would need to be replaced, new stationery items (including new forms for the police department) ordered, and police cars repainted, among other things. Dirk would surely find plenty of reasons for complaint. A Spanish teacher might be the person who gets the ball rolling for the name change, but please don't kill her off. I want to be around to see how Savannah and her friends catch all the bad guys! Linda
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