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Partners in Crime  MysteryPartners e-Letter  
September 18, 2006  
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MysteryPartners NewsFlash
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  • Book Report
  • Lifescapes & the Pecan Springs Journal

    Book Report

    Spanish Dagger Book Tour: April 2007
    Susan and Peggy are already planning next year's book tour through the Southwest, which will include events in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Southern California. But the time is getting short! If your library/garden/herb group would like to invite her to speak, you need to send in your invitation as soon as possible. Go here for information: mysterypartners.com/TourHostSite/invitation.html. Deadline for invitations: September 30.

    China's New Audiobook
    Recorded Books has just released the unabridged audio-recording of Bleeding Hearts, in both CD and cassette editions, for rent or purchase. Read by Julia Gibson, whose Texas twang is just right. For details and to order, go to Recordedbooks.com and put in the title. Other books available: Dead Man's Bones, A Dilly of a Death, Indigo Dying, Mistletoe Man, and Bloodroot.

    Congratulations, Nancy!
    Congratulations to Nancy Kashdin of Elmira, NY—the second winner in our contest celebrating the upcoming publication of China's Book of Days. Nancy will receive a signed first edition copy of Thyme of Death. Want to win one for yourself? Go here for details: mysterypartners.com/BookOfDays.


    Lifescapes & the Pecan Springs Journal

    The summer is winding down at MeadowKnoll. For news and notes about September's doings, go to: susanalbert.typepad.com/lifescapes. And for all the happenings in Pecan Springs, drop in at China's and Ruby's new blog: susanalbert.typepad.com/pecanspringsjournal.


    China Bayles' Book of Days
    China Bayles' Book of Days

    Featuring 365 days of recipes, crafts, gardening tips, remedies, and more, this special volume is your personal calendar of the legends and lore of herbs.

    Go here to read more or to order the book: mysterypartners.com/BookOfDays

    The Tale of Cuckoo Brow Wood

    The Tale of Cuckoo Brow Wood

    "Enchantment."—Kirkus Reviews

    "Like the English-country-life novels of Miss Read and Angela Thirkell, Albert's Beatrix Potter books are balm for the soul..."—Richmond Times-Dispatch

    "A stellar tribute to the famous children's author...sure to delight Beatrix Potter fans and cozy lovers everywhere."—Publishers Weekly

    Go here to read more or to order the book: mysterypartners.com/Beatrix/CuckooBrow.html

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