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Book Review – Yours Truly by Heather Vogel Frederick

By Awnali Mills The new Pumpkin Falls mystery, Yours Truly by Heather Vogel Frederick is out, and one of my colleagues snatched it up for me because she knew how much I enjoyed the first one,  Absolutely Truly. Truly Lovejoy … Continue reading

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Book Review – Howard Wallace, P.I. by Casey Lyall

By Awnali Mills Another new book that I picked up lately is Howard Wallace, P.I. by Casey Lyall.  Howard is a kid sized version of a hard-boiled detective.  Philip Marlowe and Sam Spade are his heroes.  His first person narration … Continue reading

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Book Review – Woof by Spencer Quinn

By Awnali Mills I love funny books.  Who doesn’t?  And when we got a new copy of Woof by Spencer Quinn, I snagged it.  Bowser and his human, Birdie, have just met.  Bowser hasn’t had a good life, but things … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Secrets of Hexbridge Castle by Gabriella Kent

By Awnali Mills Alfie Bloom has just inherited a castle.  That’s pretty cool, and he’s thrilled about it.  Finally, he and his inventor dad can move out of their horrible basement apartment.  Even better, the castle is located in the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Twelve Minutes to Midnight

By Awnali Mills If you’re arachnophobic, don’t read this book. Just saying. Twelve Minutes to Midnight by Christopher Edge is the first book in the Penelope Tredwell series (also called the Twelve Minutes to Midnight series on Goodreads).  Penelope is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stealing the Game by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Raymond Obstfeld

By Awnali Mills I am not a sports fan.  To this day, I have gut-clenching flashbacks to a humiliating softball tryout in middle school, a tryout that typified my relationships with most sports.  I will not bore you with the … Continue reading

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