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December 19 2010 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi everyone!

The holidays are upon us and there is the sound of busy shoppers, holiday music, and numerous ho, ho, ho's from Santas helpers. One thing I enjoy about the holidays is reading the latest seasonal mysteries. This particular offering is especially fun because it is unique and well-written.

I would strongly encourage you to pick up a copy of The Fat Man, A Tale of North Pole Noir by Ken Harmon, especially if you want to relax with a cup of hot chocolate for a couple of evenings after busy days of shopping, wrapping, and cooking!

Here's the latest article from the Mystery Books site at

The Fat Man Review
The Fat Man, A Tale of North Pole Noir, is a humorous and heart-warming mystery that will have you laughing out loud and longing for more!

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Quote from The Fat Man

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I hope to hear from you sometime soon as it is always fun to share our favorite mystery books and characters. Let us know what you are reading and find especially thrilling.

In the meantime, have a wonderful holiday!

Edie Dykeman, Mystery Books Editor

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