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Blog: My favorite time of the year

Good Evening,
My favorite time of the year is here. I love fall, halloween, leaves that change but most of all I love the plethera of books that are released.

Here is a few book that I can't wait to read:
BRAIN DEAD by ELAINE VIETS
HAMMETT HEX by VICTORIA ABBOTT
DEATH by TIARA by LAURA LEVINE
CROWNED and DANGEROUS by RHYS BOWEN
AUNT DIMITY & the BURIED TREASURE by NANCY ATHERTON
The ART of MURDER by ELAINE VIETS
PUMPKIN PICKING WITH MURDER by AURALEE WALLACE

As you probably know I spent the month of September at my daughter's home. The Blue Springs South Library is really wonderful but I had to return the books I checked out and didn't get the chance to read the last little bit of two books.
When I came home I went to my library. They had one of the books and I checked it out yesterday.
The other one I didn't see however I am sure they have it. Will look for it in the next two week because as you can tell I have a lot of fun books to read.

Some are library books, a couple I won and a couple were ordered.

I finished The SKELETON HAUNTS A HOUSE by LEIGH PERRY
I am always impressed with this series. As usual I hate it when the books ends.
Also I almost finished with MURDER IN the SECRET GARDEN by ELLERY ADAMS.
Once again I am thrilled with this series and will hate the last page of this book.

I have some books on my kindle that need to be read.

Now you know why I love fall because nothing is better than a dark and stormy fall evening where the leaves fall and I can delve into a mystery and leave all of my stress behind as I listen to the howling wind.

Having said this I am praying for everyone in the line of "Hurricane Matt" because real life mother nature is more to fear than any horror story.

Pamela

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