Month: May 2020

Southern Sass and a Crispy Corpse

June brings us the newest release in the Marygene Brown Mystery series:  Southern Sass and a Crispy Corpse. This is a perfect summer read.  Whether you are lucky enough to be heading out to the lake or beach — or just lounging around your own backyard, here’s a...

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From the Oldies Vault: Patriotic Music

Around Memorial Day and July 4th who doesn’t feel extra patriotic? But this year with Covid prowling the country, and most folks staying planted, it may be hard to get into your usual holiday spirit.  Now might be the perfect time to check out these songs on YouTube to...

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Stop Press Murder by Peter Bartram

I had never heard the phrase: what the butler saw, until I picked up Peter Bartram’s sensational mystery, Stop Press Murder.   The phrase relates to “voyeurism” – and this book opens in June of 1963 in an amusement arcade on Brighton’s Palace Pier. A man is poised over...

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Elusive Butterflies

In 1966, singer/songwriter Bob Lind had a hit song: “Elusive Butterfly.”  Yup, he was talking about the elusive butterfly of love.  But real butterflies can be right under your nose and you might not even realize it. Spring is here and summer is just around the corner. ...

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Something To Ponder

It’s the dawn of a new day in this age of the overbearing coronavirus.  Things seem so disjointed, surreal and sometimes, just downright bizarre. But as I sit outside on my garden bench (coffee in hand), having my morning chat with God, I can’t help but ponder how this...

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