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October 28 2013 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi everyone,

Edie Dykeman here with the latest article from the Mystery Books site at I was pleasantly surprised at how well written this first novel was. It was definitely a page-turner and a great mystery as well. Looking forward to many more stories from author Terry Shames.

A Killing at Cotton Hill Review
When a personal friend of former police chief Samuel Craddock was murdered, he knew the current sheriff, and town drunk, would not do the investigation justice. What he found shocked the inhabitants of the small Texas town.

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Check out our National Novel Writing Month thread in the forum as we work our way through our next fiction project. So far I'm writing romance stories. Someday maybe I will try my hand at mysteries. ;)

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Our quote this week was taken from our featured novel:

"You're dreaming. Rodell wouldn't know how to investigate his way out of an outhouse with two doors." ~Terry Shames, Author


I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message.

Edie Dykeman, Mystery Books Editor

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