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Fleur Bradley
Mystery author. Foodie, reader of thrillers and mysteries, thief of peanut M&Ms. Catlady.
Mystery author. Foodie, reader of thrillers and mysteries, thief of peanut M&Ms. Catlady.

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Where do you get your book recommendations?
Summers are all about reading for me. I don’t know if
it’s the longer days, the heat, or the feeling of being on vacation (even when I’m
not) that make me want to read, but I do. So far, I’ve read about a book a
week, which is pretty impressive for me. I’m ...

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Mystery Book Review: Dark Saturday by Nicci French
Saturday by Nicci French William Morrow, Publication: July 11 th ,
2017 From
the publisher : Thirteen years ago eighteen year old Hannah Docherty
was arrested for the brutal murder of her family. It was an open and shut case
and Hannah's been incarcera...

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Getting my gardening on in June
I’ve been so busy editing the first draft of my crime
novel-in-progress (working title: 39 ), tempus fugit so much that the trees are
green and the flowers are blooming here in Colorado. Which means it’s time to
pull weeds and get back to gardening, always ...

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Mad March, Edits, And The Most Amazing School Visit Ever
March is certainly for
madness—where is this month going?? Maybe it’s the nice weather that’s making
time fly, or my giant to-do list… In any case, on the
writing side, I’m almost done with edits on my crime novel for adults. This
project has been a long ti...

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February brings school visits, good karma, and new mystery TV and books
Welcome to February, the shorty of the months. Here in Colorado, we're getting a few warm days every now and then, which always cheers me up. I hope in your neck of the woods, you get a bit of spring thrown your way, too. In the writing department , I'm put...

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Congrats to the Edgar Award nominees!
A quick shout-out to the nominees of the Edgar Awards, announced today (Mr. Poe's birthday) by Mystery Writers of America! This list always send me to the bookstore to add to my ever growing TBR pile... Here are the nominees for the YA and Juvenile (that's ...

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January is for new old plans
Most people hate Mondays, but not me. I love that first workday of the week for its promise of a new start, a beginning full of promise. January is kind of the Monday of the year, so I like this month, too. Call me crazy. I'm making new plans, though most o...

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November Is For Writing
November is all about writing for me—partly because of
NaNoWriMo (that’s National Novel Writing Month, in case you’re unfamiliar). I
normally don’t join, because writing 50,000 words in one month is a bit much
for me, especially since November includes Than...

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Summer Projects
It's hotter than July here in Colorado, and it's not even July yet... I'm not such a fan of heat. But I will say that summer is good for writing for me, not sure why. Maybe it's the longer days, or that the sun kicks me out of bed earlier? In any case, I'm ...

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March Madness
And my March Madness has nothing to do with basketball, just the crazy business that 2016 has brought. So far, we had to dig our way out of a blizzard, had some family emergencies (now mostly resolved), and the whole house had a bonafide, nasty, more than t...
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