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February 18 2015 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi mystery lovers,

We are enjoying the many mystery books that are crossing our desk. The world of mystery books is intriguing and the authors, imaginative. Here's the latest review from the Mystery Books site at

The Black Cane Review

Eight elderly women find new life meaning when one of them discovers a young boy hiding in a trash-filled alley, and rescues him from two thugs. They soon find others to help, and the need to keep themselves safe from harm.



"Being old was hard to get used to. Being considered insignificant was worse." ~ Amelia Armstrong, a character created by Eileen Harris, in The Black Cane.


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Edie Dykeman, Mystery Books Editor

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