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The Third Rule of Ten

In the tradition of the series, The Third Rule of Ten continues to deliver! Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay have a gift for writing these stories.  The mystery novel aspect is well-crafted, with story development intelligently supporting the caper.  The ending makes perfect sense but you don’t predict it.  The character of Ten is very identifiable, the […]

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The Everything Theory

  A big Thank You to Rohan Healy–his review of Dianne Gray’s book The Everything Theory was my final cosmic message to go get this book!  (See?  People do make a difference for others, whether they know it or not.) From the very beginning of Dianne Gray’s suspense thriller and all the way through, I was wonderfully overwhelmed with the feeling of being immersed in […]

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The Second Rule of Ten

A must-read!  As with its predecessor, The First Rule of Ten, the story successfully crafts a murder mystery that is wholly plausible yet unpredicted by the reader.  At the same time it subtly wears as an unintended (?) self-improvement book simply through reader identification with the main character, Tenzing Norbu (Ten, for short).  I feel I am able to approach […]

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The Dalai Lama’s Cat

This is such a feel-good story! If you are not a cat person, you will get a kick out of the subtle fun poked at the cat’s perspective. If you are a cat person, you will still enjoy that, as well as the respect and honor given the species through this story. Either way, you will […]

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