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October 31 2010 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi everyone!

Now that we have moved to SE Texas, it's a little difficult believing that fall has arrived. I miss the changing colors of the northern states. Change can be good, but it can also have its negative side as well. Our featured review today concerns a family going through a difficult transition as key players in the family are growing up and spreading their wings - not always in a good way.

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

Virginia Review
A teenager must make a series of decisions when her long-time neighbor and former best friend shares a secret that draws both girls into an extraordinary chain of events in this young adult psychological thriller.

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