And the November Super Sleuth Winner is…

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We’ll get to last week’s Mystery Question and winner in a bit, but I thought since December begins this week, I’d do something different in the way of prizes. Like give away books from some of my favorite authors. **Disclaimer** These books are from my personal library so they aren’t brand-spankin’n new…but they still look and smell new. 🙂 Just leave a comment …

When It Doesn’t Pay to Carjack

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Can you believe it’s only two weeks until Thanksgiving and then Christmas?? I’m already seeing Christmas decorations in the stores and a couple of my friends have their trees up already. Once I would have fussed about Christmas decorations before Thanksgiving, but when I saw how much my friends enjoy their trees, I realized it doesn’t make any difference when Christmas …

Crime Doesn’t Pay

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I have a friend who writes A-mazing books–Melanie Dickerson and you can check out her latest release The Silent Songbird. Anyway, I want to share her latest escapade at the post office. And after you read it, would you please take the survey? Melanie’s Escapade: Anybody want to hear my newest post office saga? It’s not terrible, but here it …

Are Crooks This Dumb?

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I don’t know how it is in your neighborhood, but it’s beautiful right now in North Mississippi! I love Autumn–there is a golden haze to the days. The trees are turning and it’s cool in the morning and rather warm in the afternoons. Perfect for driving to the lake! But, now on to last week’s Mystery Question! A bank robber’s carefully …

She Put a Pound of Meth Where?

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Well Happy Thanksgiving yesterday to my Canadian friends and Happy Columbus Day to those living in the US!  The winner for this week’s Amazon $5 gift card is: Sharon! Now on to the answer to last week’s question: According to the FBI, most modern-day bank robberies are “unsophisticated and unprofessional crimes,” committed by young male repeat offenders who apparently don’t …