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A Guide to Cozy Mystery (and Other Favorite) Books and DVDs

A Guide to Cozy Mystery (and Other Favorite) Books and DVDs
I have been reading mysteries for many years. While attending school, and then teaching school, I was always able to find some spare time to spend enjoying a good mystery. I now find that I enjoy the COZY genre the most. I have been a part of several mystery reading clubs, and have made some good friends through them. I have written "What Makes a Cozy Just That?" in an attempt to describe cozy mysteries...

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Historical Tapestry: Into The Wilderness by Sara Donati It is December of 1792. Elizabeth Middleton leaves her comfortable English estate to join her family in a remote New York mountain village. It is a place unlike any she has ever experienced. And she meets a man unlike any she has ever encountered--a white man dressed like a Native American, Nathaniel Bonner, known to the Mohawk people as Between-Two-Lives.

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www.gwales.com - 9781843234029, Singing in Chains - Listening to Welsh Verse Recent National Eisteddfod winner of both Chair and Crown, Mererid Hopwood here gives a clear, detailed and authoritative introduction to the uniquely Welsh poetic phenomenon of 'cynghanedd'. While she is unequivocal that it is inextricably bound into the Welsh language, and that to truly learn and practice it takes many years and a good deal of encouragement, she is also keen to give outsiders and beginners a taste of (and for) its magic. The handbook is written in English with both grace and wit, but she then uses carefully chosen examples from the best of classic and modern Welsh poetry to illustrate the principal rules of the craft and convey the true music of the art. These, with exercises and a CD, move her readers through the most frequently used patterns and into a selection of the 24 measures. However, her emphasis is always on the importance of hearing the harmony, and understanding that the sound (rather than the letter of the law) is paramount. Caroline Clark

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