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  Susan Wittig Albert & Bill Albert
Partners in Crime MysteryPartners e-Letter  
August 27, 2007  
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  • Book Report
  • Lifescapes
  • All About Thyme

    Book Report

    Another Contest Winner!
    Lynn Godfrey from Mesa, AZ has won the fourth drawing in our six-week Cottage Tales contest. If you've entered, good luck! If you haven't, why not? We're giving away six signed first-edition copies of The Tale of Hawthorn House. For details, go here.

    Miss Potter's Tea Party
    If you're in the Austin area, you're invited to Miss Potter's Tea Party and Booksigning, which will be held on September XX at Bookwoman. (Details here.) The book is The Tale of Hawthorn House, which will be out in early September. Susan will talk about creating fictions from the life of Beatrix Potter, and we'll be looking at clips from the movie, Miss Potter. Hats and white gloves are not required, but feel free.



    Susan is just finishing work on The Tale of Briar Bank and having some fiber fun. Stay posted at Lifescapes.


    All About Thyme

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    The Tale of Hawthorn House
    The Tale of Hawthorn House
    "This whimsical blend of romance, mystery, and nostalgia will keep cozy fans happily entertained." —Publishers Weekly

    A foundling baby, gypsies camped in the meadow, a fox on the loose, and a nest of unhatched eggs. Miss Potter has another flock of mysteries to solve! Read the prologue and pre-order your autographed/personalized copy (coming in September).

    Take a Trip
    to the Lake District

    The Tale of Holly How

    Virginia Leishman's reading of The Tale of Holly How is magical! For details, and to see all nine available books (six in the China Bayles series and three Cottage Tales), click here. And please be sure to tell your local library that the Cottage Tales are available in audio!

    This newsletter is a publication of Partners in Crime, (P.O. Box 1616, Bertram TX 78605-1616). It is provided free, via e-mail, to anyone, worldwide. ©2007 Bill & Susan Albert

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