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A Tablet Weaver's Pattern Book By John Mullarkey et al.
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A collection of threaded-in tablet weaving patterns and their many variations.
Murder at Bridge By Anne Austin
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Special Investigator Bonnie Dundee digs into the mystery of the 'death hand' dealt in a game of Bridge, while the inhabitants of the small town of Hamilton joke about being the dummy for fear of... More > being murdered.< Less
Murder at Bridge By Anne Austin
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Inhabitants of the small town of Hamilton joke that they are afraid of being the dummy when playing Bridge, for fear of being murdered. Meanwhile, Special Investigator Bonnie Dundee demands a... More > re-enactment of the ‘death hand’ to try and find out why, and how, the victim was killed during a high society Bridge party.< Less
Murder at Bridge By Anne Austin
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"Suddenly Dundee stooped and stared with eyes that were widened with excitement and a certain amount of horror. Then he rose, and, standing far to one side, picked up the fat volume which lay on... More > the shelf. As he had expected, a bullet whizzed noiselessly across the room and buried itself in the plaster of the wall opposite--a bullet which would have ploughed through his own heart if he had obeyed his first impulse and gone directly to the shelf to obey the instructions in the note." *** A whodunit from the 1930's. Special Investigator Bonnie Dundee has to investigate a case of murder on actress Nita Selim during a game of bridge. Not only does he have to work through a number of suspects, but he also needs to find the murder weapon, a gun equipped with a silencer. The lovely Penny Crain, who also works for the District Attorney, complicates matters even more. When all roads seem to lead nowhere, Bonnie Dundee also has to deal with an attempt on his own life...< Less
Murder at Bridge By Anne Austin
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"Suddenly Dundee stooped and stared with eyes that were widened with excitement and a certain amount of horror. Then he rose, and, standing far to one side, picked up the fat volume which lay on... More > the shelf. As he had expected, a bullet whizzed noiselessly across the room and buried itself in the plaster of the wall opposite--a bullet which would have ploughed through his own heart if he had obeyed his first impulse and gone directly to the shelf to obey the instructions in the note." *** A whodunit from the 1930's. Special Investigator Bonnie Dundee has to investigate a case of murder on actress Nita Selim during a game of bridge. Not only does he have to work through a number of suspects, but he also needs to find the murder weapon, a gun equipped with a silencer. The lovely Penny Crain, who also works for the District Attorney, complicates matters even more. When all roads seem to lead nowhere, Bonnie Dundee also has to deal with an attempt on his own life...< Less
Sunday's Child: Tales of Love, Loss & Redemption in a Texas Wine Bar By Anne Hollander
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Monday’s Child is fair of face; Tuesday’s Child is full of grace. Wednesday’s Child is full of woe; Thursday’s Child has far to go. Friday’s Child is loving and... More > giving; Saturday’s Child works hard for a living. But the child who is born on the Sabbath Day Is bonny and blithe, merry and gay. A medieval fortune describing the life-long luck one should have by the day of the week one was born illuminates the days within the walls of a small-town Texas wine bar. Each day tells its own story from its own voice and its own set of characters, and though the women are strong and men good-looking, it is nothing but love - in all its forms, uses, and definitions - which bind these stories together, from passionate inception through peaceful retirement.< Less
Sunday's Child: Tales of Love, Loss & Redemption in a Texas Wine Bar By Anne Hollander
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Monday’s Child is fair of face; Tuesday’s Child is full of grace. Wednesday’s Child is full of woe; Thursday’s Child has far to go. Friday’s Child is loving and... More > giving; Saturday’s Child works hard for a living. But the child who is born on the Sabbath Day Is bonny and blithe, merry and gay. A medieval fortune describing the life-long luck one should have by the day of the week one was born illuminates the days within the walls of a small-town Texas wine bar. Each day tells its own story from its own voice and its own set of characters, and though the women are strong and men good-looking, it is nothing but love - in all its forms, uses, and definitions - which bind these stories together, from passionate inception through peaceful retirement.< Less
The Movable Salon and Other Frontiers By Mary Ann Strandell
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Mary Ann Strandell: The Movable Salon and Other Frontiers Exhibition catalogue. The Dahl Art Center, Rapid City, SD from September 16 to January 10, 2012. Traveled to The Washington Pavilion for the... More > Arts, Sioux Falls, SD from February 24 to May 18, 2012. This Exhibition honors the artist's Grandparents Alfred and Bonnie Strandell, and Esther and William Bielmaier.< Less
The Pirate's Orphan By Julia Inslee
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Raised in a convent on the island of Martinique, Lucy Cormac has lived in ignorance of her own identity for seventeen years. After a chance encounter with the lowlife James Bonny, Lucy begins to... More > unravel her true origins and her connection to Anne Bonny, Mary Read, and Captain Calico Jack Rackham, some of the most notorious pirates of the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy. Sebastian, a handsome rogue of the sea; Gracie, an escaped slave with her own secrets; and a slew of other colorful characters join Lucy on her journey of self discovery and adventures on the high seas.< Less
The Pirate's Orphan By Julia Inslee
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Raised in a convent on the island of Martinique, Lucy Cormac has lived in ignorance of her own identity for seventeen years. After a chance encounter with the lowlife James Bonny, Lucy begins to... More > unravel her true origins and her connection to Anne Bonny, Mary Read, and Captain Calico Jack Rackham, some of the most notorious pirates of the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy. Sebastian, a handsome rogue of the sea; Gracie, an escaped slave with her own secrets; and a slew of other colorful characters join Lucy on her journey of self discovery and adventures on the high seas.< Less