Mary-Alice preferred small-town papers to the big-city ones. The local papers featured good news, like high school valedictorians and award-winning pumpkins. The big newspapers showcased all the worst explosions, fires, famines, and murders from all over the world. Mary-Alice didn’t think human beings were intended to take on all the world’s misery at once. One town’s problems were surely enough.
It’s the perfect time to pick up these three Mother’s Day mysteries.
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