Monthly Archives: January 2008

6 Rainer Drive by Debbie Macomber

On loan from Liz. the sixth book in the ever popular Cedar Cove Series. Cedar Cove is a community where the lives of the residents are entwined with each other. As they deal with their loves and losses, it has … Continue reading

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Decaffeinated Corpse by Cleo Coyle

Clare’s ex husband and business partner embarks on a business deal with an old friend, the deal is Decaffeinated coffee….Clare establishes that the plant has been smuggled into America from South America, then someone tries to mug their friend and … Continue reading

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Latte Trouble by Cleo Coyle

Another is the series of the coffeehouse mysteries. One of Clare’s staff serves drinks to two people at a party, moments later it is realized they were poisoned, but are they intended victim?

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Mrs Miracle by Debbie Macomber

Another lovely,festive feel good factor read from Debbie Macomber. Following the arrival of Mrs Merkle, also know as Mrs Miracle and the lives of those around her as she helps then overcome their sadness & pain.

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Coast to Coast by Jan Minshull

I really enjoyed this book, and would have devoured in one sitting except that I fell asleep in the early hours of this morning, but finished during my rare lay in this morning. This is the gentle story of Linda, … Continue reading

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Murder Most Frothy by Cleo Coyle

Clare Cosi is working for the summer with her weathly friend David. At a party a yound man is found shot in his bathroom, Clare can’t help investigate, and notices that the victim is wearing very similiar clothes to that … Continue reading

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WW1: Experiences of an English Soldier

Several weeks ago I came across a fascinating blog. A selection of war letters from the First World War have been posted on the corresponding day on a blog by the Grandson of the soldier who wrote them 90 years … Continue reading

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