Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Please Pass the Turkey

by Sally-Forth and Tally-Ho from the Threadville Mysteries by Janet Bolin

Tally-Ho: Actually, they don't have to pass the turkey to us.

Sally-Forth: They can throw it on the floor!

Tally-Ho: Or just drop it.

Sally-Forth: I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving. The Threadville ladies cook a feast, and we're invited!

Tally-Ho: But they're soooo picky about what we can eat. No bones.

Sally-Forth: No onions, either. Who likes onions, anyway, so why do they put it in so many things?

Tally-Ho: I'd be happy with creamed cream. Who needs onions?

Sally-Forth: Stuffing is probably good without onions, but we never get to find out.

Tally-Ho: Willow's making pumpkin soup. And she's not putting onions in it. Think she'll put an extra dollop of sour cream on ours?

Sally-Forth: That's not sour cream. It's non-fat yogurt. We're not supposed to have fat, either.

Tally-Ho: And yet they call it Thanksgiving.

Sally-Forth: We have a lot to be thankful for. Willow adopted us from that place where we stayed in a cage for a year. And now we have an entire village of people who love us!

Tally-Ho: And we get to go out on those midnight walks when Willow wants to snoop around about something, like how some human died.

Sally-Forth: Choked on bones? Ate too many onions and too much fat?

Tally-Ho: Silly people. Let's get Willow to let us out in the back yard. We can chase each other in the wind, and then have a little rest.

Sally-Forth: Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof! Look Tally, here she comes.


Find out how Tally-Ho and Sally-Forth help Willow solve murders in the award-nominated Threadville Mysteries, in your library or at these booksellers. If you don't see the book you want, ask. They'll be happy to order one for you.

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10 comments:

  1. I like cozy mystery, fantasy, art, cookbook, and photography books.

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  2. I love receiving the latest book of any author that is sitting on my bookshelves (1965 and growing). That included cozies, sci-fi, contemporary romance, paranormal cozy, paranormal romance etc. etc. etc..

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  3. Any book on my wish lists! And there are always many.

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    1. And sometimes they surprise me with a book I've never heard of, but end up loving.

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  4. I love receiving cozy mysteries but sometimes I get other kids that usually turn out to be good. I often receive bookstore gift cards too. They can never go wrong with that!

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  5. Any. I love adding them to my collection. :-)

    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. Collection--and then browsing through it for just the right book to read next. Perfect.

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