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Nancy's Notes - December 23, 2011

“How to Buy Bank Owned Properties”, “Murder She Wrote: the Fine Art of Murder” by Jessica Fletcher, “I Gave My Heart to Know This” by Ellen Baker.
We will have holiday hours over Christmas weekend.  We will close at 5:00 p.m. of Friday 23 and open once again at noon on Tuesday, December 27. So come in and stock up on books and videos accordingly. 
    If you have some money left to invest after Christmas, you may want to read “How to Buy Bank Owned Properties”. The book explains the easiest way to find the best REO deals in your market, access private lenders and cash, find qualified buyers and how to maximize your profits.
    Those who enjoyed the television series, “Murder She Wrote”, will enjoy our latest Jessica Fletcher novel, “Murder She Wrote: the Fine Art of Murder”. Jessica vacations in Italy where she joins a tour that takes her to a variety of homes, restaurants, and rural churches. Her trip is interrupted by a pair of young gunmen who steal a painting off a church wall, killing a retired policeman in the process. Agreeing to help identify the crooks at a later date should they be caught, Jessica returns to Cabot Cove and puts the experience behind her. Months later, both art and death land on her doorstep in the form of Wayne Simsbury, stepson of a woman with whom Jessica was friends years ago. 
    Ellen Baker’s, “I Gave My Heart to Know This”, is a tale of the power of war, memory, friendship, and family. In January 1944, Grace Anderson, Lena Maki, and Len’s mother, Violet, have joined the ranks of women working for the war effort. Though they find satisfaction in their jobs at a shipyard, it doesn’t alleviate their fears for the men they love. When shattering news arrives from the front, the lives of the three women are pitched into turmoil. One is pushed to the brink of madness, the others are forced into choices they couldn’t have imagined. They find their lives will never be the same.
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