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The Mysterious Case Of The Early-Morning Burglar

I was minding my business towards the end of the work-day, working on matching some policies between commissions and our CRM, when my supervisor commented that we nearly didn’t have work today.  My curiosity was piqued, so he and I … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Eye For An Eye

An Eye For An Eye:  A Rabbi Daniel Winter Mystery, by Joseph Teluskhin I am somewhat familiar with the author’s writing about Jewish legal interpretation [1] and the problem of anti-semitism, but until I read this novel I was unaware … Continue reading

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Mysteries Were Meant To Be Solved

One of the occupational hazards of reading mystery novels is that one fancies oneself a bit of a detective.  If one likes puzzles and problems and mysteries, and I sure do [1], then one tends to see the loose threads … Continue reading

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Some Ultimately Trivial Unsolved Mysteries This Feast Of Trumpets

Every once in a while there are mysterious aspects to a day like this one, and as someone who likes to have some sort of mystery to ponder over, I found a lot about this day very interesting and very … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mystery Baby: The Glass Teapot

Mystery Baby:  The Glass Teapot, written by Jolimichel Robinson and illustrated by Ron Cunningham [Note:  This book was sent to me free of charge by the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  A copy of the book may … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mystery Baby: Game Player

Mystery Baby:  Game Player, written by Jolimichel Robinson and illustrated by Ron Cunningham [Note:  This book was sent to me free of charge by the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  A copy of the book may be … Continue reading

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On Drawing Intricate Characters

Those who are well-attuned to the sort of books I read will likely find a great deal of evidence that I am greatly fond of intricate characters.  Perhaps, in many ways, that is because I am a particularly intricate character … Continue reading

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Book: Death At Thorburn Hall

Death At Thorburn Hall, by Julianna Deering [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This is a novel that has a lot to do with family, and faith.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bongo Fury 2: Holiday For Skins

Bongo Fury 2:  Holiday For Skins, by Simon Maltman [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by the author.  All thoughts and feelings are my own.] The sequel to an excellent beginning [1], this book happens to up the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bongo Fury

Bongo Fury, by Simon Maltman [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Books Go Social.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Despite my ancestry, I don’t read nearly as much about the Scot-Irish of Northern Ireland (and … Continue reading

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