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Books… And More Books… And Still More Books…

by Janis Patterson Books are most definitely a leitmotif in my life. I have always loved to read. Even in my toddler days I would on an almost daily basis pull every book I could reach off the shelves and … Continue reading

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World sleuths on TV

By Sally Carpenter Why are there so few TV shows about crime writers? Could it be all the action takes place inside the character’s head? Or that watching a person type is boring?  The most recent TV show featuring a … Continue reading

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Clues, Clues Everywhere, or The Truth Hiding in Plain Sight

by Janis Patterson What is a clue? I can hear all of you now saying “Duh! A clue is something the sleuth notices that helps solve the crime.” Okay, that’s right – as far as it goes. The problem is, … Continue reading

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