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June 29 2013 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi everyone!

This is Edie Dykeman and I appreciate your joining us on Mystery Books newsletter. We have read and reviewed several very good stories this summer and hope that you are getting a chance to read the reviews.

Here are the latest reviews from the Mystery Books site at

The Llama of Death Review
Zoo keeper Teddy Bentley must investigate the murder of a local reverend during the Renaissance Faire when her mother is accused of the deed by an incompetent deputy.

Rip-Off Review
Newly promoted to supervisor, Detective Dave Mason and his team must solve a challenging series of high-end robberies, while dealing with murder, and an increasing Chechen mob presence in the area.

Dark Waters Review
The last words Anna Silver heard from her father was that she was in danger and Brent Carver was the only person she should trust. On the run from her father's killer, Anna must trust his former cellmate, a man she had never met.

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Murder is real simple. It's the getting away with it that is complicated and difficult. ~Perry Mason, The Case of the Frantic Flyer (1960)


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Edie Dykeman, Mystery Books Editor

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