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IBIS
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So excited about a first look mystery... a wish come true.

 

Thank you B&N and Paul

IBIS

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Sadie1
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I'm excited about this one.  I love mystey and suspense stories and series.

 

I am currently reading a Michael Connelly book with the repeating character of Harry Bosch.  Can't get enough of Harry and hopefully will be where I can't get enough of Mike Bowditch.  I am already wanting Jack to be innocent.  LOL!

 

Lisa in Georgia

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gmfuhlman
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I read what the new selection for First Look Book Club is going to be a mystery. I so love reading a good mystery and this look and sound like it is right up my alley (smile).

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Sounds like a great selection, Paul.  There's nothing I love more than a good murder mystery.  And first in a series to boot!!   Thanks for the opportunity. 

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Hi Lisa in Georgia,  I LOVE Michael Connelly and Harry Bosch too!!  I just got 'The Scarecrow' (with my favorite Michaell Connelly character, Jack McEvoy), and can't wait to get started. 

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I'm so excited to jump right in and read this! I love that First Look is going with a mystery this time and it will be so much fun to discuss this book with everyone!

April
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I can't wait to read this.  I love mysteries and crime fiction.  This is right up my alley.

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  What a great suspense.  I can't wait to get started.  It looks life First Look as done it again.  Picked another great read. and we all can try to figure it out before we really know who done it.  lol

 

 

Mike
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I love a good mystery. Bring it on.

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Mystery has never been my "go to" genre.  This is a great opportunity for me to share ideas and thoughts about mysteries and gather a new appreciation.

 

Thanks B&N.

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Sounds like a page turner.  Can't wait to read it.

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LindaEducation
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This sounds really good. This is exactly the kind of books I love to read!

 

 

Thanks.

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Sounds like a great book -- I'm looking forward to reading it!

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This book sounds very good, I am a big fan of mysteries.

Phyllis
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Yes, it sounds like a really great read!!! :smileyvery-happy:

 

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Sounds like a great read!   Thanks Paul for selecting a mystery. I haven't read a mystery in a long time, looking forward to receiving my confirmation.

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This sounds lke a really good book.  Can't wait to read it.

 

Thanks

 

Lisa

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I haven't read a good mystery in a long time. I am looking forward to reading The Poacher's Son. Now all I need is my confirmation and the book to get started!

 

Rose

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I'm so glad that there's finally a First Look mysteries selection. This is my second First Look book, and I'm so looking forward to this one as mysteries are my favorite genre.

 

Paul, I've asked this before and you said that it was something that was being discussed -- now that the nook has been in the hands of a few lucky people for about a month, will this book be distributed in physical form only, or will you have digital copies to distribute?

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JoanieGranola wrote:

I'm so glad that there's finally a First Look mysteries selection. This is my second First Look book, and I'm so looking forward to this one as mysteries are my favorite genre.

 

Paul, I've asked this before and you said that it was something that was being discussed -- now that the nook has been in the hands of a few lucky people for about a month, will this book be distributed in physical form only, or will you have digital copies to distribute?


 

Physical only for this one. Digital in the future.