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  • Crouching buzzard

    Formula writing. Getting very boring. Wacky ironsmith and family know better than local, not intelligent law enforcement, about how to solve thelatest murder.

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  • Looney is right!

    Another fun read about the lady blacksmith with the loony family sleuthing away. She's staying in the college town where the boyfriend has a flat known as The Cave while he's in California on a temporary job and her brother has a burgeoning gaming software company because she smashed her hand and the brother asked for help with the office part and to investigate a hunch that something hinky is going on. The title refers to a sort of imaginary karate stance based on the rescued injured buzzard who resides in the office. There are lots of loony characters and situations that simply have to be read to enjoy. Which I certainly did! Bernadette Dunne did a fine job as narrator.

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  • Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon

    Excellence as always

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  • Office Murder

    Meg is helping out her brother at his new computer company, Mutant Wizards. Unofficially, she's trying to figure out what is going wrong in the company. Unfortunately, before she can figure it out, the office practical joker is killed. The humor is a little light, but the mystery is strong.

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