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Anything is good, in moderation. I cook because I love to and because I can share with those around me. I crochet for the same reason.

Do what you want to do, enjoy what you do and use it to touch those around you.

Nov 6, 2011

"No Rest for the Dead"

Do you like murder, mystery and a well written novel?  Do you like any of the 26 authors listed below?  Are you looking for a great book?  Then try No Rest for the Dead.  This book is a masterfully written tale in which each of the 26 authors wrote a chapter.  Even with varying styles, the book grabs hold of you and will not let go.  Even the introduction, written by David Baldacci to explain the project, is interesting.  What have you to lose?  You get to read a book that includes one of your favorite authors and may find some others along the way.

Authors:  David Baldacci, Andrew F. Gulli, Jonathan Santlofer, Jeff Lindsay, Alexander McCall Smith, Raymond Khoury, Sandra Brown, Faye Kellerman, Kathy Reichs, John Lescroart, T. Jefferson Parker, Lori Armstrong, Matthew Pearl, Michael Palmer, J.A. Jance, R. L. Stein, Marcia Talley, Thomas Cook, Diana Gabaldon, Peter James, Tess Gerritsen, Lisa Scottoline, Phillip Margolin, Jeffery Deaver, Jeff Abbott and Marcus Sakey

The book follows the story of Christopher and Rosemary Thomas and their investigating officer, John Nunn.  Rosemary is convicted of killing Christopher, but the officer who  investigated the case falls apart with doubt after the conviction.  Ten years after the conviction and sentencing, we find John Nunn still trying to find what, if anything he missed.  We learn about Rosemary's Brother, John's Ex-wife and her new husband and several others who have lived a lie for ten years that comes out in a a rather unexpected service.

Find out more about the book, as well as an excerpt from the Diary of John Nunn that starts the book, at

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