Wednesday, June 19, 2019

GIVEAWAY, MYSTERY WEEKLY MAGAZINE


By John Bongorelli, Lawyer, “Squeezer and Bongo” Mystery Weekly Magazine, June 2019



So when my old high school nemesis Squeezer Markham showed up in my law office, hair in a ponytail and still wearing his high school letter jacket, I knew there was trouble afoot.  I tried to hustle him out but—no go.

His ex-wife, a sweet girl named Lisa who I remembered from the neighborhood, had been murdered and the cops were looking hard at Squeezer.

Conveniently forgetting all the times he bullied me back at school, Squeezer sauntered into my office to tell me (me!) to get him off the hook.  What I needed was to get him out of my office and fast before one of the senior partners at our corporate and tax liability firm got a look at him.

What’s a guy to do?

For a chance to win a copy of this great magazine filled with terrific mystery stories, please comment anything at all about your high school days. Don't forget to leave your email addy using this format NAME (AT) SERVER (DOT) COM to avoid the spambots. Giveaway closes at midnight your time, June  22nd.



And don’t forget that our author has also written some fantastic cozy mysteries, called the Read ’Em and Eat series. You might want to give one a try!


25 comments:

  1. I am so glad my high school days are past. I only liked being in the band.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

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  2. High school was a time in which I didn't feel prepared me to face my life after high school was done. When I graduated I still didn't know what I wanted to do with my life. I tried college but didn't know what it was I wanted to take classes in. Then I took a couple of vocational classes and they weren't my cup of tea either. Finally I ended up working in an office and working my way up. robeader53(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  3. So glad my high school days are over. I lived in the shadow of two brothers who were trouble makers. I was the shy bookish nerdy girl who actually did her work, was a voracious reader, and was not at all popular. Once teachers figured out I was nothing like them, their attitudes towards me changed. But damage had been done at that point. Oh well! I can only hope better things in high school for my 5 kids. lynettetrotta at gmail dot com

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  4. High school was challenging! I wasn't one of the popular crowd, but I had wonderful friends. lkleback (AT) hotmail (DOT) COM

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  5. High school was an interesting time - some great events, some I'd rather forget. cheers (at) MarjimManor (dot) com

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  6. The best thing about high school was being with my husband-to-be, still those traumatic high school years, but we were together. 50 years now.
    sallycootie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. How marvelous--a magazine in this day and age.

    High school? Meryl Streep was in my class.

    libbydodd at comcast dot net

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  8. High school was an okay time for me.I basically flew under the radar, which was fine for me. I wouldn’t want to go back, though! cking78503(at)aol(dot)com

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  9. I enjoyed high school in the 80s. I went to a good school with good people. Some challenging times, but definitely more good than bad! I also loved the music and movies of the 80s! sa7mrt at aol dot com

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  10. Enjoyed meeting classmates from different sections of the city.

    jtcgc at yahoo dot com

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  11. I hated almost everything about high school and would never go to one of my reunions. JL_Minter(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  12. I loved high school. Best times of my life
    Pjstaton(at)aol(dot)com

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  13. The only thing I liked about high school is I met my husband. netzlawkasey(at)Gmail(dot)com

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  14. High School was a little tricky. I played sports and was also in the drama club. It was a smaller school. The best part was having friends that have lasted 40+ years.
    sherievoss@msn.com

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  15. The only part I liked about high school was English class. If I had it to do again, I would try to do it differently. marylouboo(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I flew under the radar. It was ok. Wouldn't want to do it again. Donakutska7@gmail.com

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  17. Wouldn't want to redo HS. Once is truly enough. kckendler at gmail dot com

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  18. I had great friends in high school.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  19. I enjoyed high school. Went to a girl's high that was supportive and challenging. Except for some math classes, i enjoyed my time there. mlarkin (at) rmrgroup (dot) com

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  20. Going to the Bahamas and 8 track tapes are 2 great memories from my high school days! minishoes(at)msn(dot)com

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  21. My favorite memory of high school is a relatively recent one. My classmates and I were born in 1957 and that was also the year that the Mackinaw Bridge open. Mighty Mac connects the Lower and Upper Peninsulas of Michigan. In celebration of both, we walked the 5 mile bridge on the only day it was allowed. An amazing experience as I hadn't seen some of them since graduation in Detroit (1975)! We had a blast. kim7corn(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  22. I am glad that my high school days are long behind me. I was one of those students who loved learning, wore glasses and was shy. Easy target for bullies. But I learned skills that I still use today like typing and I got to use some of the earliest personal computers (who remembers LANs and big floppy disks). Thank you for a chance to win! Doodlesink(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  23. I liked high school. I don’t like for people to feel left out. So I made sure to talk everyone in school.

    xzjh04(at) gmail(dot) com

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  24. I remember how we shared lockers, depending on location!
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  25. And the winner is Taurus! Congratulations! Thanks to everyone for your interest in "Squeezer and Bongo".

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