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The Board Game Murders Paperback – September 25, 2011
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...reminded me of (an) old English "Who Done It". The plot twists & turns...you don't know until near the end who the unlikely culprit is! Entertaining & keeps reader guessing. I recommend for a an evening cuddled under a blanket, with the fireplace burning. Put your game board away first!
About the Author
Raleigh artist, Linda Rae Blair was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. As Mt. St. Helens was erupting, she and her family were in the process of moving to Seattle, Washington. When her children were grown, she traveled the country, relocating to Ohio, North Carolina, and Monterey Bay, California. She eventually moved back to North Carolina, where she now feeds her wanderlust with frequent trips to the beaches of Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida. She has extensively travelled the United States since her early childhood. She visited pre-Castro Cuba, pre-statehood Alaska, and pre-statehood Hawaii, Canada, and the Bahamas. Her love of history is well-earned. She is a direct descendant of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins of Mayflower fame. She is also descended from a strong line of Scots-Irish immigrants to America in the 1700s. She even had a great uncle who was robbed by the infamous outlaw Belle Starr. An avid reader who inhales novels by Nora Roberts, Sandra Brown, Lisa Jackson, Patricia Cornwell, and others in the romance/mystery genre, her imagination may take you to a variety of places and times—all in the same story. Or, it could take you on a quest to find a killer. One thing is for certain, she combines her passions into stories interesting to history buffs, travelers, and lovers of romance and mystery.
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This is a short read, easily accomplished in an evening. It was entertaining and kept the reader guessing. I recommend it for a an evening cuddled under a blanket, with the fireplace burning. Just put your game board away first!