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Jen A posts on 2/25/2013 3:10:53 PM As a fan of the cozy and books with a female sleuth (preferably amateur) from Miss Marple right up to Stephanie Plum (hated the movie) I have to pass on a good site - Cozy Mysteries. You cannot post URLs here but just google.
Debra Patrow posts on 12/20/2012 9:34:42 PM I recently finished Sugar's Dance by Katie Mettner. I couldn't put it down, very well written and captivating. She will be coming out with two more in that series as well.
LA Grace posts on 12/20/2012 9:40:25 AM I like mystery books and there is a whole subset of Christmas mysteries that are fun to read at this time of the year. My favorite is Fruitcake by Jane Rubino but I also recommend Fleece Navidad by Maggie Sefton, Wreck the Halls by Sarah Graves, Deadly Little Christmas by Mary Welk, A Cold Christmas by Charlene Weir.

Renae posts on 12/12/2012 12:32:19 PM I just read a new ebook called The Apology by Chris Kirby-Ryan and Geoff Clayson. If you like Dan Brown books this is worth checking out. You can find it on Amazon. I thought the concept and plot was pretty cool. I like conspiracy books and this was pretty good.
Carrie posts on 11/5/2012 9:06:44 AM That blog - allbooksaboutwomen - sounds cool. Will check it out. I like to read mysteries and one thing i found is that even if the hero is a guy there is usually a woman who is as interesting. Some of my favorite female characters in mysteries have been women like Cat Austen, Rina Lazarus, Kathryn Ardleigh, Tory Travers, Kat Colorado, Peaches Dann.
Yasmine posts on 11/1/2012 5:39:32 PM I found this blog allbooksaboutwomen in blogspot Very interesting, it is about women characters in literature. All books in the blog (even if the main characters are men e.g. Murakami or Fitzgerald's book) are reviewed from that point of view. Amusing.
Shannon O'Donnell posts on 10/15/2012 10:04:22 PM Hi all! I have been traveling around the world since 2008, and volunteering as I go. I wrote a book that combines tips for international volunteering with photos and personal stories. It's The Volunteer Traveler's Handbook, the book is on Amazon and all the major sites and I would love feedback and support from the All Readers community! :)
Bob Masters posts on 10/1/2012 10:05:07 PM I would strongly recommend a new novel called Quest For Power by James Herbert Harrison. I usually read the various political thrillers by authors like Vince Flynn or Stephen Coontz. This Harrison may be the next superstar of this genre as Quest For Power is the most riveting and explosive novel I have ever read, and I have read hundreds.
Michele posts on 9/2/2012 4:56:54 PM "Mt Family Business, Colonial Knife Company" was written by Robert A. Paolantonio. The author is the Grandson and nephew of the original founders of Colonial Knife Company. CKF had risen to the rank of second largest knife manufactoring company in the world. This insider's look tells the story of making a dream a reality,the struggle to suceed, growing up in amongst the knives and the colorful charactors that worked there. The story also addresses how mismanagement,greed and a failure to modernize led to the fall of an American Company.It is simply writtem with many pages color pictures of varies knives as the author takes you on a tour, room by room, of the factory.
Fairness Maiden posts on 8/28/2012 5:59:07 AM Please go see 2016 and let it resonate deep into your souls. A vote for Obama is the same as punching your ticket straight to hell, heathens.
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