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Cook The Books

COOK  THE  BOOKS

The third in the Scrappy Librarian Mysteries series, COOK THE BOOKS, was published 2014, by Crickhollow Books as a Crispin Imprint. COOK continues the adventures of tough but kindly Juanita Wills, librarian in Wyndham, OK

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Bookmarked for Murder Death Books A Return Deadly Design

DEATH  BOOKS  A  RETURN

Scrappy Oklahoma librarian Juanita Wills is researching a history of her small town, Wyndham, when she comes across a 50-year-old unsolved murder.  The victim was a black teenager from … Bryson's Corner, and his killers don’t want anyone snooping into that old murder, including the local librarian.

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BOOKMARKED  FOR  MURDER

The beating of a gentle minister inside his church and threats against her Vietnamese neighbors launch nosy but kind-hearted librarian Juanita Wills on a quest to learn who is shattering the peace in her small Oklahoma town. 

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DEADLY  DESIGN

On the trail of Thomas Jefferson in DEADLY DESIGN, history-buff protagonist Millie Kirchner and her young son, Danny, spend a summer in Virginia visiting sites connected to the third U.S. president, including Monticello, University of Virginia, Williamsburg, and Poplar Forest (Jefferson’s litle-known octagonal retreat near Lynchburg

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Home Purchase Books    Big Book Betrayal

BIG BOOK BETRAYAL                           Is just out!

The fourth in the Scrappy Librarian Mysteries series, BIG BOOK BETRAYAL, has been released. BETRAYAL continues the adventures of tough-minded but kindly Juanita Wills, librarian in Wyndham, OK

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Deadly Will

DEADLY  WILL

A letter from a Philadelphia lawyer rocks the world of Millie Kirchner, a young single mother in Richardson, Texas, who's struggling to support her son Danny and to attend college on her meager salary as a nursing-home aide. Both Millie and Danny, the attorney's letter says, are heirs of Nathan Henry, an acquaintance of Benjamin Franklin, who died 200 years ago!

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