Monthly Archives: October 2012

“A Slice of Murder”, by Chris Cavender

  Oh the smell of melted cheese, tangy tomato sauce and fresh baked bread! Nothing beats the smell of a fresh baked pizza in this book. Eleanor Swift and her husband Joe opened the “Slice of Delight Pizzeria” in Timber … Continue reading

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“Loving Lady Marcia”, by Kieran Kramer

There’s a story, of a lovely lady, who was bringing up three very lovely girls. They lived in Regency England, and were not well to do. There’s a story, of the House of Brady, an Irish Lord with three boys … Continue reading

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