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  Susan Wittig Albert & Bill Albert
Partners in Crime  MysteryPartners e-Letter  
April 10, 2006  
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MysteryPartners NewsFlash
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  • Book Report
  • Out and About
  • Lifescapes

    Book Report

    The Tale of Cuckoo Brow Wood will be available in early July. If you can't wait until then, you can read the first chapter on the Cottage Tales web pages. Go here: mysterypartners.com/Beatrix and follow the links.

    Dead Man's Bones Now in Audio
    Recorded Books has released Dead Man's Bones, bringing to five the number of China Bayles mysteries available. To rent or purchase, go to recordedbooks.com and type Susan's name in the author search box.


    Out and About

    Susan and China are heading north. This week, you'll find them in Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan. (Cross your fingers for good weather!) If they're in your area, please drop in and say hi. For details, go here: mysterypartners.com/Events.html. If you're not able to attend a signing and you'd like a signed book, phone any of the bookstores where Susan will be stopping. They'll be glad to help.



    Susan is away from her computer, but she's pre-posted some blog entries she hopes you'll enjoy while she's gone: favorite posts, photos, and—of course—clips from her favorite authors. Go here: susanalbert.typepad.com/lifescapes. Please bookmark it, so you can return often. Or you can go to the website, mysterypartners.com, and scroll down the toolbar to "Crime Partners"—click on "Lifescapes."


    Killer Plants

    Killer Plants Killerplants.com, which is devoted to the mystery and excitement of the botanical connections that enrich our lives and our cultures, is one of China's favorite websites. Herbal lore, plant news and views, and fascinating botanical research. Visit soon, visit often!


    Bleeding Hearts
    Bleeding Hearts

    "Albert's dialogue and characterizations put her in a class with lady sleuths V.I. Warshawski and Stephanie Plum." —Publishers Weekly

    "The best of small-town Texas." —Library Journal

    Go here to read the first chapter and to order the book: mysterypartners.com/China/Hearts.html

    Death on the Lizard

    Death on the Lizard
    What reviewers say about books by Robin Paige: "Eminently satisfying... intricate mystery. Delightful pair of sleuths. A wonderful sense of atmosphere and place." —Gothic Journal

    Go here to read more or to order the book: mysterypartners.com/Robin/Lizard.html

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