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The Naked Mole-Rat Letters
by Mary Amato | Mystery & Thrillers
Registered by wingbookczukwing of Charleston, South Carolina USA on 6/15/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by wingbookczukwing from Charleston, South Carolina USA on Thursday, December 08, 2011

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From a Friends of the Library sale.

Maisie Dobbs and I have kind of a love hate relationship. I like the cosy mystery aspect and the setting between the wars, but she's a little too new age for me despite the time setting. I realize I should think instead that she's a woman ahead of her time, but when she takes a centering breath, I roll my eyes. It's very convenient that her mentor or her patron seem to know all the essentials and right people to introduce her to so that she can solve her case or help someone in despair.

I think I've seen The White Feather and The Four Feathers each too often to not guess what was going on here early on. Maybe I'll give Daisy a miss for a bit, despite the things I enjoy about the books. 

Journal Entry 2 by wingbookczukwing at Charleston Area classroom bookshelf (details in notes) in -- Wild Released somewhere in state --, South Carolina USA on Sunday, September 23, 2012

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Released 5 yrs ago (9/24/2012 UTC) at Charleston Area classroom bookshelf (details in notes) in -- Wild Released somewhere in state --, South Carolina USA


Nice use of emails and text to illustrate some life-lessons and to tell the story of the growing relationship between a middle schooler, and her father's long distance new lady-friend.

This book is going to stock the shelves of a local teacher's classroom. Hope it finds new readers who will enjoy it!

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