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Fresh Pick | TOO MUCH STUFF by Don Bruns
Fresh Pick / November 19, 2011

Stuff #5 December 2011 On Sale: December 12, 2011 Featuring: Skip More; James Lessor 304 pages ISBN: 1608090175 EAN: 9781608090174 Hardcover $25.95  Add to Wish List Suspense, Mystery Private Eye Buy at Wild road to solve a mystery. Worth the trip! Too Much Stuff by Don Bruns A 1935 hurricane in the Florida Keys destroyed the East Coast Railway, killed 500 people and blew away the town of Islamorada. Lost in that storm was Mathew Kriegel, a finance director for the railroad, and one and a quarter million dollars in gold. Now newly minted private investigators Skip More and James Lessor, of More Or Less Investigations have been hired to find that lost treasure. Fighting off competitors, scuba diving, digging in a spooky cemetery and almost getting killed is only part of their job. Skip and James have stumbled onto the biggest most dangerous adventure of their lives. A wildly wacky and mysterious adventure in the Florida Keys. Previous Picks

Natalie J. Damschroder | It’s harder with critters
Author Guest / November 19, 2011

You know what the biggest challenge of a release-month blog tour is? Yep, you’re right—finding fresh topics. Between my own scheduling and my publicists, I’m at somewhere around 3 dozen blogs between November 1 and December 31. What’s a great strategy for surviving the challenge? Stealing other people’s stories. A couple of weeks ago, my mother-in-law was getting ready for work when her cat, Angel, wanted to play. She brought Mom the little felt toy mouse they play fetch with and cried at her until, exasperated, Mom picked it up by the tail and tossed it across the room, into the dining room. Angel just sat and stared at her. Fast forward to the end of the day. Mom comes home from work, and sees the mouse lying in the dining room still. But she looks closely, and it’s not the little felt toy mouse. It’s a real mouse. A real, dead mouse. Cue grossout. Poor Angel, she was so proud, and totally dissed. Their other, really fat, lazy cat, Charlie, went after another little mouse that evening. My nephew got it out from under the washing machine while my mother-in-law waited in the bedroom. I have three cats, but…