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Lance Wright
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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
Sounds like a terrific read and a must have on a TBR list! Thanks so much for introducing us to this book and sharing your thoughts on it with us.

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
Sounds like an intriguing thriller! Thanks so much for introducing us to it and sharing your thoughts on it with us.

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
It's always a pleasure getting to know more about the authors whose books we read. Thanks so much for introducing this author to us and providing so much information about his new mystery.

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks for introducing us to this author with such an interesting interview. And what a terrific lineup for this anthology! Definitely adding to my TBR stack!

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
What a fascinating — and most important — profession you're in! Thanks so much for sharing all this information with us. Looking forward to catching up with Dot Meyerhoff in The Right Wrong Thing.

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
I think it's great that authors can draw upon a lifetime of experience and craft mysteries and novels of suspense from them. Thanks for sharing your background with us today.

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks for introducing us to this new thriller. Sounds like an exciting entry in this series!

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I'm always fascinated by all the research that goes into writing a book. Thanks so much for sharing this background information with us!

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Lance Wright commented on a post on Blogger.
Small towns make for great settings for mystery stories. Looking forward to starting this new series soon! Thanks so much for sharing your small town experience with us.

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I'm a fan of prologues as I think, when done well, they serve to set the stage for what's to come. They don't necessarily have to be chronologically correct, that is they could refer to an event later in the book, but I do think they work best as a backstory. Thanks so much for sharing your "lost" prologue with us.
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