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JoanieGranola
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As always, thanks for the info, Paul. I keep hoping that someday you'll answer "I have a digital copy to send out!" and am eagerly awating that day :smileyhappy:  Until then, I shall be happy to receive a physical copy. I look forward to reading and discussing this book!

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LindaEducation
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I got my confirmation!  Mystery has always been my favorite genre so especially excited to read this.

 

Thanks again!

Linda

You know you've read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend. -- Paul Sweeney
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CharlieG31
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Got confirmation..Cant wait to read it , the story seems awesome , one of those books that keep you up all night ^^

"The questions are more essential than the answers."
Karl Theodor Jaspers

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spicy_t
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This book sounds fabulous!  I hope I get an ARC, but if not I will sure try to remember to get it when it comes out!  I love mystery and REALLY love it when it involves a family member (inner family turmoil!)...

Tammy
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Phoenix913
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This book looks like it is right up my alley! I can't wait to start reading and participating in the discussions!

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BOOKWORM1414
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Received my confirmation yesterday  It is snowing here in Bucks County, PA.  It is suppose to last until tomorrow night. We may get as much as 20". How I wish I all ready had my copy of  Poacher's Son to read.  I'll have to settle for something else, as I'll be house bound for a few days.

 

Carol

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fordmg
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Mysteries - my favorite genre.  I can hardly wait.

MG

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Anna_Louise
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I can't wait to read this book.  Paul, thank you for picking another great book for First Look!

 

Anna Louise

 

PS:  Wishing the ARC was already here with 30 inches of snow and not going anyway for two more days due to roads...dug out but roads and everything closed!

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ponkle
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This book sounds soooo good and right up my alley of favorite types of books. I can't wait and Paul I'm so so happy to have a mystery First Look.

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CMATurner
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This book sounds like it is going to be a page turner! I cannot wait!

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HannibalCat
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 Hi all, its Cathy from Massachusetts. I love a good mystery. I got my confirmation and I look forward to this book. Should be a lot of fun.

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nookerIA
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I was wondering the same thing.  I received a Nook for Christmas and I LOVE IT!  It would be fantastic to  get first looks via Nook.

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ElizabethPA
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Registered: ‎01-17-2010

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The description of the book sounds like it has great potential to be a new and exciting series. I am always glad to find a series of mysteries. Having made my way through the "Alex Delaware", "Thomas Lynley", "Inspector Wexford" and many other series I am excited to read a new author!

Thanks for the confirmation!

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nfam
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Sounds like a terrific book!

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eadieburke
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BOOKWORM1414 wrote:

Received my confirmation yesterday  It is snowing here in Bucks County, PA.  It is suppose to last until tomorrow night. We may get as much as 20". How I wish I all ready had my copy of  Poacher's Son to read.  I'll have to settle for something else, as I'll be house bound for a few days.

 

Carol


 

What part of Bucks County? I live in Perkasie!

 

Received my confirmation last week - been busy shoveling!

Eadie - A day out-of-doors, someone I loved to talk with, a good book and some simple food and music -- that would be rest. - Eleanor Roosevelt
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Lisa1971
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Thanks Paul for another great opportunity to read a book that looks to be a wonderful read!

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Anna_Louise
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Carol & EadieBurke:

 

I'm glad that you're both sholved out...me too after 20 inches on top of 30 inches from the weekend.  Agreeing with you that I wish I had new ARC to read! :smileyhappy:

 

Anna Louise

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eadieburke
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Anna_Louise wrote:

Carol & EadieBurke:

 

I'm glad that you're both sholved out...me too after 20 inches on top of 30 inches from the weekend.  Agreeing with you that I wish I had new ARC to read! :smileyhappy:

 

Anna Louise


 

Time to hit the "To Be Read" pile while we are waiting for our ARC to arrive!

Eadie - A day out-of-doors, someone I loved to talk with, a good book and some simple food and music -- that would be rest. - Eleanor Roosevelt
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BOOKWORM1414
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I live in the Trevose area of Bucks Co, PA.  I have been SNOWED IN SINCE LAST FRIDAY! OVER 24". How I wish the book had arrived earlier.  We are not receiving mail delivery as yet.

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Phoenix913
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I just got my confirmation message today! I was starting to get worried! I am very excited about my first experience as a "First Look" participant and I do love this type of story.