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Patricia Brown

Lend Me A Tenor On Stage at Clovis North

IN THE February 15 ISSUE

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by Patricia Brown



Run, don’t walk to the closing weekend of Clovis North High School’s production of the comedy Lend Me a Tenor. It is Perfect. With a capital “P.” Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. February 16-18, 2012. Tickets are $10 for adults, and $8 for students. It’s appearing at the Clovis North’s Dan Pessano theater at Willow and International in Clovis. The ensemble cast of eight features students from eighth through twelfth grades.

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by Patricia Brown



Here is yet another Christmas mystery short story, this one has never before been published and is set in Fresno. Patricia Brown is a member of the San Joaquin Chapter of Sisters In Crime and this is her second published short story and KRL has another coming in 2012 in this same series.

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by Patricia Brown



Hop A Dog is an original mystery short story that has never before been published and is set in Fresno. Patricia Brown is a member of the San Joaquin Chapter of Sisters In Crime and this is her first published short story, but KRL has some more stories in this series coming up in the next couple months.

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by Patricia Morin



Mystery writer Patricia L. Morin shares an original short story with KRL that has an Easter twist.
A rabbit named Peter Cotton lived in the state of New Hampster, the township of Green Valley, and the village of Warren, where all the residents were his relatives.

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