This Time There Had Been Flowers Scattered Over the Woman’s Body. Roses. Sweetheart Roses!

Today is the fourth anniversary of my blog Mysterious Eats.

We’ve reviewed all kinds of books, mysteries, short stories, recipes…

That’s a LOT…

The traditional gift for a fourth anniversary is flowers or fruit. I settled on sweetheart roses from Let Me Call You Sweetheart by Mary Higgins Clark

Happy Anniversary and a very special thanks to all my readers!

For more anniversary posts, go to It Was Brain-Tanned Leather, As Soft As a Horse’s Nose, and the Color of Butter Melting in the Sun

For more on Let Me Call You Sweetheartgo to Let Me Call You Sweetheart

For more on Mary Higgins Clark, go to I’ve Got You Under My Skin

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It Was Brain-Tanned Leather, As Soft As a Horse’s Nose, and the Color of Butter Melting in the Sun

Today is the third anniversary of my blog Mysterious Eats. We’ve been through a lot and reviewed all types of mystery books and recipes. I hope you’ve all enjoyed it as much as I have.

The traditional gift is leather-which at first seems hard to think of something, but then I figured all I needed was a Western mystery to find the perfect thing: a rifle scabbard from:

Happy Anniversary and a very special thanks to all my readers!

For more anniversary posts, go to A Loud Thud-Followed by the Unmistakeable Crash of an Enormous Ceramic Vase 

A Loud Thud-Followed by the Unmistakeable Crash of an Enormous Ceramic Vase

Today is the second anniversary of my blog Mysterious Eats. We’ve been through a lot and reviewed all types of mystery books and recipes. I hope you’ve all enjoyed it as much as I have.

Read it from the beginning!

As this is my two year anniversary, the traditional gift is cotton while the new one is china. I thought about what to give myself and decided to go with a China vase.

But as these are mysteries the vase isn’t for looking but for using.

Happy Anniversary and a very special thanks to all my readers!

For more on anniversaries, go to This Business of the Clocks was Curious

For more on Lillian Jackson Braun and The Cat Who…Mystery Series, go to The Cat Who Could Read Backwards

This Business of the Clocks was Curious

I’m sure you are all wondering, why am I posting on a Sunday?

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Perhaps it is some kind of Easter surprise?

Sad but true.

Well, no. I do want to wish you all a happy Easter,

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but there is another reason why I chose today. Today is the one year anniversary of my blog Mysterious Eats. We’ve been through a lot and reviewed all types of mystery books and recipes. I hope you’ve all enjoyed it as much as I have.

As this is my one year anniversary, the traditional gift is paper while the new one is clocks. I decided to combine the two and gift myself: are you ready?

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Two Agatha Christie novels (paper). The first being one of my personal favorites: The Seven Dials Mystery

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Who’s plot involves clocks. And the second book being, The Clocks. Would you like a little preview?

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Clever huh?

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Happy Anniversary and a very special thanks to all my readers!

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For more holiday posts, Irish Soda Bread