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Josephine Tey

The Top 5 Mysteries I Read During the 2020 Pandemic

IN THE November 18 ISSUE

FROM THE Uncategorized SECTIONS

by Jeannette de Beauvoir


I began the lockdown last spring with delight. More time to read! More time (perhaps even more importantly) to challenge myself a little. Find some authors I didn’t know about before. Read something a little difficult, a little unfamiliar, a little out of my ordinary.

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by Sharon Tucker


The August weather may still be stiflingly hot, but schools everywhere are preparing to gear up for fall and the start of a new school year–exciting times, yes? K-12 students are bracing themselves! University students are excited if they are freshman and blasé if they are upperclassmen. Teachers everywhere will head back to school two weeks early to prepare for the upcoming term, but the rest of us will be footing the bills or limp with relief that we are not footing the bills for books, new clothes and school supplies.

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The Mystery of the King in the Car Park

IN THE March 16 ISSUE

FROM THE 2013 Articles,
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by Lillian Stewart Carl


The historian in me loves to see contemporary jokes based on five-hundred-year-old events. In fact, the story of the recent discovery of the bones of King Richard III reminds me of one of my own novels. I’m boggled it’s all for real.

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