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jb70
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Mystery novels were the first ones that clicked for me when I started reading in elementary school, but I don't read too many of them anymore for some reason.  I live in PA also, Lehigh County, and we got 22 inches.  I've heard some rumors there is more to come either Monday or Wednesday of this week too!

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BOOKWORM1414
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Surprise!  The Little Brown Truck just delivered my copy of THE POACHER'S SON, could wait to open it.  We are due more snow tonight so I'll curl-up with the book and begin to read a great mystery.

 

Thanks again for the opportunity to receive and review such great books.

 

Hope everyone else receives their copy soon.

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JoanieGranola
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BOOKWORM1414 wrote:

Surprise!  The Little Brown Truck just delivered my copy of THE POACHER'S SON, could wait to open it.  We are due more snow tonight so I'll curl-up with the book and begin to read a great mystery.

 

Thanks again for the opportunity to receive and review such great books.

 

Hope everyone else receives their copy soon.


 

I'm jealous! I haven't yet received my eagerly awaited copy of The Poacher's Son! I hope to receive it soon, as there have been no mail delays in a very non-snowy CT. I can't wait to start reading!

 

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AIRKNITTER
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Brown Truck was here in Berks County, PA. What a wonderful surprise to receive the book so soon. I have set aside this coming weekend to start The Poacher's Son.

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The Poacher's Son has arrived in Central New York!  Looks very intriguing...can't wait to start reading.

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DfiggZ
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YAY!! I just got word that it's at home!!! Can't wait to start it!

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LindaEducation
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The book arrived in Saint Louis too!  The UPS man just delivered it.  The book is so cold from being in the truck all day long. I will start reading it later tonight. Can't wait!

 

Thanks again,

Linda

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JuneC
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 Poacher's Son arrived in Nthrn FL today and although we aren't snowed in it is cold so that's the next best thing for  getting cozy with a mystery.

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Dotcat
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WIth all this cold weather, even down here in the south, keeping me indoors I am ready to lose myself

in a great mystery! I love these First Look selections!

 

Donna

 

 

 

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dhaupt
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LindaEducation wrote:

The book arrived in Saint Louis too!  The UPS man just delivered it.  The book is so cold from being in the truck all day long. I will start reading it later tonight. Can't wait!

 

Thanks again,

Linda


 

Yes, but did you and EbonyAngel see the forecast for over the weekend, Yuck more of this nasty stuff.

 

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TiffanyLynn
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I got my copy in TX yesterday.  I have already read about half of the book!  I haven't been able to put it down.

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LindaEducation
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dhaupt wrote:

 


LindaEducation wrote:

The book arrived in Saint Louis too!  The UPS man just delivered it.  The book is so cold from being in the truck all day long. I will start reading it later tonight. Can't wait!

 

Thanks again,

Linda


 

Yes, but did you and EbonyAngel see the forecast for over the weekend, Yuck more of this nasty stuff.

 


I know :smileysad:  C'mon Spring!

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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LinL
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The brown truck made it to Arkansas yesterday!!  This is my first online book club so I'm excited.  Have read the first chapter -- I'm hooked.  Can't wait.

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jwave
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Arrived yesterday!:smileyhappy:  Was not sure if I was supposed to start but after reading these posts I will begin tonight...yippee.

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carol_fa
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      I am very excited about the Poacher's Son. This is my second First Look, so glad it is a mystery. Thanks Paul - looks like a good book.

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RS18
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It is a good book! I got it yesterday and am almost finished reading it. I feel like this book will definitely be passed around to my friends.

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BookBobBP
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This description of the book sounds like it will be another great read from First Look Book Club.  I just received my copy of the book and I am so excited about starting to read.

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CAG
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I live in Spokane, WA and my copy just arrived. I have started it and it looks like it will be a great read!

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RS18
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I already finished The Poacher's Son. It is very entertaining! I can't wait to discuss the book, especially the ending, with you all.

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pengy
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Im almost done with mine too! Got mine yesterday

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