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Mystery and history

Reviewed by Linda C. Brinson TAIL GATE. By Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown. Bantam. 307 pages. $26. Mystery fans probably already know whether they like Rita Mae Brown’s Mrs. Murphy series. The books, set in a small town … Continue reading

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The pet patrol rides again

Reviewed by Linda C. Brinson NINE LIVES TO DIE. By Rita Mae Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown. Bantam. 253 pages. $26. Rita Mae Brown’s Mrs. Murphy mysteries are light and easy-going despite the inevitable presence of at least a couple … Continue reading

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The world according to dogs and cats

Rita Mae Brown’s new book is pegged to Halloween, but it arrived at my house just a little late for me to get it read and reviewed in advance of that occasion. Not to worry; it’s a fun book to … Continue reading

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Mrs. Murphy: No. 20

Rita Mae Brown and Sneaky Pie Brown have just graced us with the 20th anniversary Mrs. Murphy mystery.  Since cats don’t usually live as long as humans do, I find myself worrying about Sneaky Pie’s advancing age. If this latest … Continue reading

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Rita Mae rides again

The prolific author Rita Mae Brown now gives us a new book in her “canine mystery series” each fall, to tide us over while we wait for the new book in her Mrs. Murphy mystery series (feline and canine) to … Continue reading

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If it’s spring, it must be Rita Mae and Sneaky Pie

Spring brings an abundance of new life and activity in the briar patch outside.  Two bluebirds, I suppose a pair hoping to nest, have been ferociously attacking the windows of the office (a former screened porch) where I write. I’d … Continue reading

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