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#Smashwords31 Day 3: And already a guest recommendation

Is it only Wednesday? Oh boy. I really picked the wrong week to start a project like this. However, I have another Get Out of Jail Free card today – I never said these were going to be books I’d read, only ones I wouldn’t be embarrassed to recommend. Hence, at the early stage, a guest recommendation.

I stumbled across Cecilia Peartree in another place (a place that supplies ‘people who bought this book also bought . . .’ prompts), but she is also a Smashwords author, so I can include her (phew).

I was slightly puzzled by our apparent association, since at first glance we don’t seem to have an enormous amount in common, but, my readership being what it is (small), it didn’t take long to discover that our common factor is my mother in law.

Since I have confidence in my mother in law not to read total brain rotting balderdash, I therefore present Crime in the Community, the first in a series of cosy, undemanding mysteries.

And if you don’t share my confidence in my mother in law’s discrimination, it doesn’t really matter – Crime in the Community is a free taster for the series.


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