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Kensington Mystery Catch Up For Your Summer Reading!

by Cynthia Chow
& Sandra Murphy



This week we have reviews & giveaways of 3 more mysteries from Kensington authors for your summer reading fun, with cats, dogs, antiques and food-Antiques Wanted: A Trash ‘n’ Treasures Mystery by Barbara Allan, The Uninvited Corpse: A Food Blogger Mystery by Debra Sennefelder, and The Bengal Identity: A Cat Groomer Mystery by Eileen Watkins.

The Iced Tea Pitcher: A Summer Icon

by Diana Bulls



Summer is truly upon us. Three digit days are to be expected in the Central Valley and many of us are relying on time-tested measures to get us through the heat of the day. Some people are lucky enough to have air conditioning or a backyard pool. I live in an old house--air conditioning was unheard of in 1910. We also gave up the pool when we moved into town. So I have to rely on my ceiling fans and iced tea.

Two Sisters Vintage Home & Garden Antique Shop

by Lorie Lewis Ham


This being our Earth Day issue it seemed a perfect time to feature another local business that does upcycling, and brings new life to antique and vintage items--the Two Sisters Vintage Home & Garden Antique Shop, which is located in Clovis, right on the Sanger border. We took some time to chat with Janet Mitchell and Suzan Blair who own Two Sisters.

Antiques Swap By Barbara Allan

by Sandra Murphy



Brandy and Vivian are about to get their own reality show, Antiques Sleuths, based on their love of antiques … and penchant for finding dead bodies. Of course, they won’t know for sure until the TV execs see the pilot episode. Brandy’s more than a little worried that Vivian’s reality may be too much for television—even cable—but she’s willing to go along with the plan. After all, it’s hard to dissuade Vivian of anything, even when she’s on her meds.

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