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I want to be who he’d joked as would be the fourth person to have read this.

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$CDN 19.95; purchased Xmas for Kitty?

Inside: Resume: DIXON; TAMARA circa 1983

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darkness-stroke-noonAlthough it would seem he led a full life; it is tragic for we readers that Mr. Murphy “passed away suddenly…shortly after completing…” (this WONDERFUL STORY! {2008}

First Edition HarperCollins Toronto, $CDN 21.95;
I.E., a real ‘book’ – paper; binding

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That’s Spa-DEE-nah – NOT Spa-DIE-nah

Despite the Shuffle Demons fun song (below),
there is NO HARD ‘I’ sound in Ojibwa
[or Obibway, as it was when i was a kid, circa TImagami].

I’m clearing/re-organizing shelves, and this must’ve been enjoyable or I’d not have kept it.

MY cc is [?/now] cream-coloured;
I have used an ‘enhancement tool’ to attempt to replicate the PHOTOGRAPH.

 

 

 

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There used to be a little treasure trove on the West side of Bay, below Wellesley, where you could pick up ALL kinds of publications, MOSTLY DIRT CHEAP.  Any body else remember…?

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adult_onset2

I cannot find a post for Fall  Down On Your Knees, which was magnificent.. Then I came across this. WOW.

Seven Degrees of Separation.  I was raised to call my parents’ friends ‘Aunt’ & ‘Uncle’.  My ‘Aunt’ Helen MacDonald [Last known to reside near the Port Credit GO Train Station.] was the author’s Aunt by marriage, and always kept my mother abreast of ‘Ann-Marie’/’s accomplishments, of which she was also always proud.

That’s all folks

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murders2_fotor

Toronto crime writer with some strange tales indeed.

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