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A WOODPECKER ALWAYS PECK TWICE By J. R. Ripley

I am delighted to find a series with bird watching for a background. Bird watching has been a lifetime recreational pursuit of mine. I find the birding information precise and I will continue reading the series. However, I have been … Continue reading

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NEVER MURDER A BIRDER By Edie Claire

I had forgotten how much I enjoy Edie Claire ‘s Leigh Koslow books. I have some good reading to catch up on the series. I saw this book on a list and couldn’t resist the topic. The birding information is … Continue reading

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EVERY TRICK IN THE ROCK by Marty Wingate

Marty Wingate has done it again and this edition this is as good as the previous books Julia Lanchester and Michael Sedgwick both receive emails from Julia ex-husband that he wanted to see them. Before they can meet her ex … Continue reading

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TOWHEE GET YOUR GUN

In the second book of Bird Lover’s mystery the information on birds accurate and interesting. A decent story of family life. I had difficulty in reading it as there are so many actions that broke off the thread of the … Continue reading

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DIE-DIE BIRDIEBy J.R. Ripley

A new author for me and the first book in the Bird Lovers series. I found a will written cosy mystery. The characters are well developed, bird information factual and an original mystery that held my attention. Amy Simms and … Continue reading

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EMPTY NEST By Marty Wingate

Julia Lanchesteron is walking through the estate when she finds a bait station that set up to poison the sparrow hawk. Horrified she call the police and her father. Julia’s cottage is in the process of being repair and she … Continue reading

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THE RHYME OF THE MAGPIE By Marty Wingate

As birdwatching is a past time of mine, I am delighted to review this book which I love the format of of watching birds to lighten the mystery. The Rhyme of the Magpies added to the store. Julia Lancaster takes … Continue reading

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