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A Librarian & Her Tea

I’m a librarian and have been described as a tea snob.  I did some quick searching online today and couldn’t find anything describing whether this was a librarian stereotype or not.  Although Jo Dereske has written a series of mysteries of … Continue reading

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Music, Books,and a Librarian

In one of my favorite movies “Anatomy of a Murder,” based on a novel by John Voelkner (aka Robert Traver), the main character has a discussion with a client about music.  She thinks thinks he’s a “funny kind of a … Continue reading

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Mystery Novels

This was another Toastmasters speech. “It was a dark & stormy night” has become the cliché opening line for mysteries.  Even Charlie Brown’s Snoopy used it!  A mystery novel is defined as a good story in which the reader is … Continue reading

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