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  1. Our Eyes are Finely Tuned Cameras
    Our Eyes are Finely Tuned Cameras

    by haley yost

    Our Eyes are Finely Tuned Cameras
    by haley yost

    Rating: 1.5/5 (2 votes cast)

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    Story Part: 1

    This is my first "bookie" and I'm not really sure what I am expecting.


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  2. Death At The OK Corral
    Death At The OK Corral

    by Mary Blair

    Death At The OK Corral
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.5/5 (2 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 6

    Category Mystery Suspense: For the siblings of a family of film makers in their blood but they didn't know if they really had what it took to compete in the Sunshine Film Festival competition for the best new movie. The prize would be great.Can they pull this off or is there sabotoge in the air.


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  3. In The Dead of Winter
    In The Dead of Winter

    by Mary Blair

    In The Dead of Winter
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.5/5 (4 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 5

    Category Mystery & Suspense:For Zelda the new nanny alone for the winter with William the third and Benjamin .two boys ages ten and seven with a list of emergency contact numbers . After a very dangerous assisgnment this one was to be a breeze or did her last assignment follow her here.


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  4. The Night the Lights Went Out
    The Night the Lights Went Out

    by Mary Blair

    The Night the Lights Went Out
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.5/5 (4 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 4

    Category Mystery & Suspense: ​For Shannon & Sharon the advertisement of a new store opening up meant a new job and one or both being appointed as managers or higher up with both of them having business degrees. Someone is stalking one of them and wants to do harm to her, maybe even death.


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  5. Monster In The Attic
    Monster In The Attic

    by Mary Blair

    Monster In The Attic
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.7/5 (3 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 5

    Category Mystery & Suspense: Two young women Kitty and Lacey livinvg in a twelve apartment complex which consisted of each unit with four apartments on each of the four floors with an attic of some kind above. Strange things starts happening which tested the young women faith and friendship.


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  6. Murder At Grandpa's & Grandma's Cottage
    Murder At Grandpa's & Grandma's Cottage

    by Mary Blair

    Murder At Grandpa's & Grandma's Cottage
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.7/5 (6 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 4

    Category Mystery & Suspense:Victoria had weeks of vacation time so she asked permission to use grandma's cottage. She arrives there she found a body but nobody was suspose to be there and who is she and how did she and the murder got in. Along with the local constable Victoria solves the murder


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  7. Where The Wolves Play
    Where The Wolves Play

    by Mary Blair

    Where The Wolves Play
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.8/5 (4 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 5

    Category Mystery & Suspense: ​When a wolf cub was found tore to shreds the local veterinarians  a young couple who had just moved into a house just outside of town is up to their chests in trying to identified what brutally killed that cub. Was it human or an animal


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  8. The Last  Sounds They Heard
    The Last Sounds They Heard

    by Mary Blair

    The Last Sounds They Heard
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 1.8/5 (5 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 5

    Category: Mystery & Suspense: Coach Adams' Archery team of eight was sent to an island to get up to speed for their Archery competition. For Jenny the hometown girl competition was her life. The resort was off limits. Did they violate the rules or did something sinister happen?.


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  9. Audrey
    Audrey
    by Mary Johnston

    Rating: 1.9/5 (207 votes cast)

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    Into an idyllic scene of a daydreaming child in a sunlit Virginia valley comes a warning. Strangers are approaching the isolated hollow on horseback, bringing war and love, life and death to the once peaceful glen. Mary Johnston's Audrey was a bestselling novel in 1902 and was applauded by critics in the New York Times.

    Categories: Historical Romance, Romance

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  10. Love letters
    Love letters

    by pink

    Love letters
    by pink

    Rating: 2.0/5 (1 vote cast)

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    Story Part: 1

    Love letters, it is so hard to express how you feel and sometimes it is just best using poetry to dercribe how you feel, or how you hope to feel even how you wish to feel, this book of short poetry just might help you in doing so.


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