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The accompanying plot mysteries include twists and turns but are not farfetched which allow enjoyment throughout the tale. Overall, a fun read! Oct 22, Joy rated it really liked it. Delhi Laine becomes involved in a murder investigation while appraising a book collection. Throw in family drama, strange happenings, another murder, and you've got the makings of a great mystery.
Delhi's wit and a parade of characters make this an adventurous, enjoyable read. I give it 4. I received a copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. May 09, Rachel rated it liked it Shelves: read The second in a series featuring bookseller Delhi Laine, who has her own mystery that needs solving, is a fun whodunit. Sep 17, Literati Literature Lovers marked it as to-read. Joanne rated it it was amazing Oct 16, Pat Frits rated it really liked it Apr 05, Gregory L. Howard rated it it was amazing Nov 28, Tom Randall rated it it was amazing May 09, Jonquil rated it liked it Apr 22, Pat rated it really liked it Apr 05, Wanda rated it liked it Oct 02, AB rated it really liked it Feb 21, Ruth rated it liked it May 17, Dorothy rated it liked it Nov 14, Aimee rated it really liked it Mar 07, Stephanie rated it liked it Mar 09, Inga T.
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Blobs of organic matter found washed up on beaches, which are frequently as mysterious as they are disgusting. Implanted electrodes let researchers "steer the animal over an obstacle course, making it twist, turn and even jump on demand". Pornographic movies created to achieve sexual arousal for Giant pandas , which have been proven to be unaffected by the popular drug Viagra.
Street dogs in Moscow. The dog ate my homework. Dubbed the "world's loneliest whale", it vocalizes at a frequency used by no known whale species. Possibly the oldest creature of modern times, this year-old tortoise was the former pet of Robert Clive of the British East India Company. A chimpanzee who used human toilet facilities, moonwalked , and allegedly attempted suicide. Enumclaw horse sex case.
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Oldest known living terrestrial animal in the world if it wasn't Adwaita. He made the reverse of the 5p of Saint Helena. What have you done? A chimpanzee , subject of long-running studies into animal language acquisition , named punningly for linguist Noam Chomsky. Osama bin Laden elephant. An elusive elephant who terrorized the jungle of Assam.