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THE ROSE GARDEN by Susanna Kearsley
A journey through time and a story of love, The Rose Garden tells the story of a modern woman thrown back three centuries only to find that might just be where she belongs. After the death of her sister, Eva Ward leaves Hollywood behind to return to the onl...
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THE WOMAN ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS by Lindsay Jayne Ashford
Hoping to make a clean break from a fractured marriage, Agatha Christie boards the Orient Express in disguise.  But unlike her famous detective Hercule Poirot, she can't neatly unravel the mysteries she encounters on this fateful journey. Agatha isn't the o...
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Remembering Janice Ott and Denise Naslund
Sunday, July 14, 1974.  Bastille Day in France and an unusually sunny, warm day in Seattle, Washington.  For Washingtonians that are relentlessly outdoorsy, this was a perfect day to spend at one of the local lakes. At Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah,...
Remembering Janice Ott and Denise Naslund
Remembering Janice Ott and Denise Naslund
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DITCHING MR. DARCY by Samantha Whitman
What would you do if you crashed your car into a ditch and woke up as the main character of your favorite book?  What if nothing happened the way it was supposed to?  What if you met the dreamiest romantic hero in literary history and yet you fell in love w...
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HUNTING CHARLES MANSON: THE QUEST FOR JUSTICE IN THE DAYS OF HELTER SKELTER by Lis Wiehl and Caitlin Rother
As Helter Skelter was the first true crime book I ever read, and one that will permanently sit on my list of best true crime books, I have a lifelong interest (sounds better than fascination) in the so-called Manson murders.  No book can truly be held up to...
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I'LL BE GONE IN THE DARK: ONE WOMAN'S OBSESSIVE SEARCH FOR THE GOLDEN STATE KILLER by Michelle McNamara
As a true crime aficionado (which sounds very strange to anyone who doesn’t read true crime because why would you enjoy reading about people being killed?) I had heard of The Golden State Killer aka The East Area Rapist aka The Original Night Stalker. Not o...
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Leslie Van Houten: Appeal Denied
Photo:  ABC News In better late than never news, and I do mean that, Leslie Van Houten, once known as Lulu when she lived and conspired with the notorious Manson Family, once again lost her chance at parole.  (And when I say "lived and conspired with," I al...
Leslie Van Houten: Appeal Denied
Leslie Van Houten: Appeal Denied
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HARRY: LIFE, LOSS, AND LOVE by Katie Nicholl
With royal wedding hysteria still at a fever pitch, this seemed the perfect time to read a tome about Henry Charles Albert David of Wales.  I had first heard of Katie Nicholl's biography on Prince Harry back in November, at the time his engagement to Meghan...
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MRS. DARCY'S DILEMMA: A SEQUEL TO JANE AUSTEN'S 'PRIDE AND PREJUDICE' by Diana Birchall
It seemed a harmless invitation, after all . . . When Mrs. Darcy invited her sister Lydia's daughters to come for a visit, she felt it was a small kindness she could do for her poor nieces.  Little did she imagine the upheaval that would ensure.  But with h...
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Book Review: "Hunting Charles Manson: The Quest for Justice in the Days of Helter Skelter" by Lis Wiehl and Caitlin Rother
As Helter Skelter was the first true crime book I ever read, and one that will permanently sit on my list of best true crime books, I have a lifelong interest (sounds better than fascination) in the so-called Manson murders.  No book can truly be held up to...
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