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NEW #TuesdayBookBlog The #RBRT Reviewer Profiles Jessie Stevens @behindthewillow

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Reviewers on the #RBRT are very busy hard working people who give their time freely, so I thought it was about time readers had the chance to meet them and find out a bit more about them. ? Jessie Stevens is a Wisconsin, USA girl for life! Jessie has been reading…

NEW #TuesdayBookBlog The Kid Who Wasn’t There Murders by C.M Albrecht @cmalbrecht

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
The Kid Who Wasn’t There Murders is a Jonas McCleary mystery. Jonas is a private investigator and has recently opened his own business. Work has been slow until Bernard Zaretsky arrives with a plea to help solve the murder of his son David. David was a quiet simple man, who…

The Strays

Originally posted on Pen of the Damned – where angst and horror flow freely…:
He didn’t much like his new job. He liked working with the old man even less. Not because the old man’s pores leaked bourbon and unfulfilled aspirations each morning; he could tolerate that. No, it was because he was the low…

#TuesdayBookBlog Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT Everything To Lose by Gordon Bickerstaff #Thriller

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s review comes from Noelle, she blogs at Noelle chose to read and review Everything To Lose by Gordon Bickerstaff Book Review: Everything to Lose by Gordon Bickerstaff This is the second in the Gavin Shawlins Thriller series. I did not read the first, but this book is written…

Author J.Q. Rose with a recipe for Pumpkin Dump Cake…and a deadly murder mystery!

Author J.Q. Rose with a recipe for Pumpkin Dump Cake…and a deadly murder mystery!

Originally posted on Helena Fairfax:
 Today marks the start of a series of holiday recipes – hooray! These posts will involve some of my favourite things: baking, holidays, eating and books. And not only that, I also get to invite old author friends, have a chat, and catch up with all their writing news, soI’m…

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Johann Sebastion Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor like you’ve never heard it before!!!

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
This is one of my favourite classical pieces of all time, I absolutely love it. This particular interpretation is not just good, it’s brilliant! Do yourselves a favour people, before you hit the play button, max out the volume first so that you can experience a truly mind…

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