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I read Sammy Keyes and the Wild Things by Wendelin Van Draanen

I read Terrifying Toys of Tenesse

It was a mystery about these toys that came to life. It gave me the goosebumps!!!:)

Great Mystery Book

The great cake mystery: Precious Ramotswe's very first case by Alexander McCall Smith ; illustrations by Iain McIntosh is a delightful read and a quick way to claim the Sleuth It badge in the CYS program. It is written by the bestselling author of The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (an adult series) and introduces readers to Precious Ramotswe as a child. When treats start disappearing from the kids' school lunches, a chubby boy named Poloko becomes the likely suspect. Precious believes he is innocent and sets out to find the real culprit. Set in a vividly realistic setting of Botswana with magnificent black and red illustrations and featuring compelling characters, this mystery will have readers of all ages clammering for a sequel.

Read American Chillers Terrifying Toys of Tennessee

We read mystery books

We read Thea Stilton "Big Trouble in the Big Apple" and "The Mixed-Up Mail Mystery" by Richard Scarry.

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BONES and the CLOWN MIX-UP Mystery by David A. Adler. Be a detective need clues to solve the mystery.

Found information about an ancestor

While doing genealogy research, I found an old newspaper article that detailed an ancestor's travel across the ocean from Ireland to Canada.

Found 3 more DIA inside out panitings

I went to downtown Dearborn, where I was sure DIA had some inside out paintings. I couldn't find them. So the next day I looked them up and found out that I passed three of them! I went back and found them. My favorite is Degas by the branch library.

Read Fer-de-Lance by Rex Stout

The first story starring Stout's famous detective Nero Wolfe.

I read "When The Bough Breaks" by Jonathan Kellerman

Introduction to the series character Alex Delaware

Answered Medical Mystery #2

watched Contagion

This movie was alright, but not as good as some other pandemic movies.

read book

played COD

I've been listenng to a lot of mystery-type stories on my commute to work!

Watched "The Noble Art", a Midsomer Murders Mystery

Wednesdays are Movie Night with my 87-year-old mom and there's nothing we like better than an evening spent in one of the Midsomer villages with their slightly dotty, wholly deadly inhabitants. This episode is from Set 20, the last ones featuring John Nettles as Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby.

Read A Mystery Book

Medical Mystery #2

Medical Mystery # 1