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  • LadybugInspirations@comcast.net
    Angelika, This looks like a good read in preparation for next year s Conclave. I ll have to pick up a copy. Thanks for sharing! Julie ... From: AJ
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 19, 2008
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      Angelika,

      This looks like a good read in preparation for next year's Conclave. I'll have to pick up a copy.
      Thanks for sharing!

      Julie

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      From: AJ <angelika@...>
      > Anyone planing on going to Princeton next year might be interested in
      > a crime novel I am just reading:
      >
      > "A rare murder in Princeton" by Ann Waldron, published 2006.
      >
      > There are descriptions of places in Princeton and, as the murder
      > takes place in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
      > at the Princeton University, there is a lot about books and
      > collectors as well as about procedures and people in the Rare Books department.
      >
      > Ann Waldron has written 5 Princeton Mysteries, this is her forth and
      > as far as I know, the only one that has to do with books.
      >
      > Best wishes,
      > Angelika
      >




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    • Peter and Donna Thomas
      Is the book any good? Worth reading? Peter On Oct 19, 2008, at 4:34 AM, AJ wrote: Anyone planing on going to Princeton next year might be interested in a crime
      Message 2 of 3 , Oct 31, 2008
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        Is the book any good? Worth reading?

        Peter
        On Oct 19, 2008, at 4:34 AM, AJ wrote:

        Anyone planing on going to Princeton next year might be interested in
        a crime novel I am just reading:

        "A rare murder in Princeton" by Ann Waldron, published 2006.

        There are descriptions of places in Princeton and, as the murder
        takes place in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections
        at the Princeton University, there is a lot about books and
        collectors as well as about procedures and people in the Rare Books
        department.

        Ann Waldron has written 5 Princeton Mysteries, this is her forth and
        as far as I know, the only one that has to do with books.

        Best wishes,
        Angelika






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