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December 29 2012 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi Everyone,

Hope your holiday season has been as enjoyable as ours. We've enjoyed family and friends, but not so much the snow and cold here in Michigan. Hope it's warmer where you are!

Endangered is the third in the zoo mystery series by Ann Littlewood, and is an exciting read. We also wrote an article about the fairly new term "Geezer Lit" and how the genre is much older than the term implies. Hope you enjoy a look back at all the so-called geezers who have been out there solving fictional crimes.

Here are the latest articles from the Mystery Books site at

Endangered Review
When zoo keeper Iris Oakley is called out to a remote Washington State farm after a drug bust, little does she know the danger she puts her family and friends in after the rescue of exotic animals.

Geezer Lit is Older Than You Think
The term geezer-lit has become a popular new genre in recent years, but is it really new?

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