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MEDAL LEVELS:
Bronze Medal -- read 3 categories and 1 bonus
Silver Medal -- read 6 categories and 2 bonus
Gold Medal -- read 12 categories and 3 bonus
Diamond Medal -- read 12 categories plus 4 bonus
Platinum Medal -- read 12 categories plus 5 bonus
Titanium Medal - read 12 categories plus 6 bonus

Basic Challenge

  1. Chinese Zodiac – Read a mystery that features one of the following in the title:
    Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon
  2. Is That Really You? – Read a mystery that features a real person as a character.
  3. Pets Are People Too – Read a mystery that involves a pet
  4. Journalism 101 – Read a mystery with Who, What, When, Where, How or Why in the title
  5. Too Good to Be True – Read a mystery involving art forgery or counterfeiting.
  6. Good Morning, Miss Dove or Goodbye, Mr Chips - Read a mystery with a main character who is a teacher, professor, etc.
  7. The Vessel with the Pestle – Read a mystery involving poison
  8. That’s Not Fair – Read a mystery with MC who is an activist.
  9. Isn’t It Grand! – Read any mystery by an Edgar Award Grand Master.
  10. If You Want to See Him Alive - Read a mystery that involves a kidnap/abduction
  11. Trains and Boats and Planes – Read a mystery involving one of these modes of transportation (you may substitute railroad, ship, airplane as your search term).
  12. Somewhere in Time – Read a mystery involving time travel or set in the future.

Bonus Categories:  

  1. Meet Me at the Fair – Read 2 mysteries set during a World’s Fair (keyword searches World’s Fair/Exposition/Crystal Palace)
  2. What’s in a Name - Read 6 mysteries with main characters names from Shakespearean plays.
    3 female - Ariel, Beatrice, Bianca, Celia, Cleopatra, Cordelia, Desdemona, Emilia, Helena, Jessica, Kate, Miranda, Olivia, Rosalind, Portia, Sylvia, Viola;
    and 3 male - Antony, Duncan, Hamlet, Henry, Julius, Macbeth, MacDuff, Malcolm, Othello, Robin, Romeo, Sebastian, Toby, Valentine.
  3. Let’s Play Clue – Read 3  mysteries, 1 that has Peacock, Scarlet, White, Mustard, Green or Plum in the title; 1 in which a Candlestick, Rope, Revolver, Knife, Wrench, or Lead Pipe is the murder weapon; and 1 in which the murder takes place in the Ballroom, Billiard Room, Cellar, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge/Living Room or Study.
  4. America the Beautiful – Read 3 mysteries, 1 set in the Mountains, 1 set on the Prairie, and 1 set on either the Atlantic or Pacific Coast.
  5. Sail the Seven Seas – Read a 3 mysteries set on the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Caribbean, or any other sea
  6. Seven Deadly Sins - Read 3 mysteries that have one of the sins - Pride, Envy, Greed/Avarice, Lust, Sloth, Wrath/Anger, Gluttony - in the title or as motive for murder
Date Posted: 12/31/2016 9:45 AM ET
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MEDAL LEVELS:
Bronze Medal -- read 3 categories and 1 bonus
Silver Medal -- read 6 categories and 2 bonus
Gold Medal -- read 12 categories and 3 bonus
Diamond Medal -- read 12 categories plus 4 bonus
Platinum Medal -- read 12 categories plus 5 bonus
Titanium Medal - read 12 categories plus 6 bonus

Basic Challenge

  1. Chinese Zodiac – Read a mystery that features one of the following in the title:
    Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon
  2. Is That Really You? – Read a mystery that features a real person as a character.
  3. Pets Are People Too – Read a mystery that involves a pet
  4. Journalism 101 – Read a mystery with Who, What, When, Where, How or Why in the title
  5. Too Good to Be True – Read a mystery involving art forgery or counterfeiting.
  6. Good Morning, Miss Dove or Goodbye, Mr Chips - Read a mystery with a main character who is a teacher, professor, etc.
  7. The Vessel with the Pestle – Read a mystery involving poison
  8. That’s Not Fair – Read a mystery with MC who is an activist.
  9. Isn’t It Grand! – Read any mystery by an Edgar Award Grand Master.
    1. Dark Corners by Ruth Rendell
  10. If You Want to See Him Alive - Read a mystery that involves a kidnap/abduction
  11. Trains and Boats and Planes – Read a mystery involving one of these modes of transportation (you may substitute railroad, ship, airplane as your search term).
  12. Somewhere in Time – Read a mystery involving time travel or set in the future.

Bonus Categories:  

  1. Meet Me at the Fair – Read 2 mysteries set during a World’s Fair (keyword searches World’s Fair/Exposition/Crystal Palace)
    1. Secrets of Sloane House (Chicago World Fair, Bk 1) by Shelley Shepard Gray
  2. What’s in a Name - Read 6 mysteries with main characters names from Shakespearean plays.
    3 female - Ariel, Beatrice, Bianca, Celia, Cleopatra, Cordelia, Desdemona, Emilia, Helena, Jessica, Kate, Miranda, Olivia, Rosalind, Portia, Sylvia, Viola;
    1. City of Dragons (Miranda Corbie, Bk 1) by Kelli Stanley
      and 3 male - Antony, Duncan, Hamlet, Henry, Julius, Macbeth, MacDuff, Malcolm, Othello, Robin, Romeo, Sebastian, Toby, Valentine.
  3. Let’s Play Clue – Read 3  mysteries, 1 that has Peacock, Scarlet, White, Mustard, Green or Plum in the title; 1 in which a Candlestick, Rope, Revolver, Knife, Wrench, or Lead Pipe is the murder weapon; and 1 in which the murder takes place in the Ballroom, Billiard Room, Cellar, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge/Living Room or Study.
  4. America the Beautiful – Read 3 mysteries, 1 set in the Mountains, 1 set on the Prairie, and 1 set on either the Atlantic or Pacific Coast.
  5. Sail the Seven Seas – Read a 3 mysteries set on the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Caribbean, or any other sea
  6. Seven Deadly Sins - Read 3 mysteries that have one of the sins - Pride, Envy, Greed/Avarice, Lust, Sloth, Wrath/Anger, Gluttony - in the title or as motive for murder

 



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MEDAL LEVELS:
Bronze Medal -- read 3 categories and 1 bonus
Silver Medal -- read 6 categories and 2 bonus
Gold Medal -- read 12 categories and 3 bonus
Diamond Medal -- read 12 categories plus 4 bonus
Platinum Medal -- read 12 categories plus 5 bonus
Titanium Medal - read 12 categories plus 6  7 bonus

Basic Challenge

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png    Chinese Zodiac – Read a mystery that features one of the following in the title:
    Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon
Take the Monkey and Run (Call of the Wilde, Bk 4) :: Laura Morrigan Sept. 13

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   Is That Really You? – Read a mystery that features a real person as a character.
Girl Waits with Gun (Kopp Sisters, Bk 1) :: Amy Stewart Nov. 5

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png      Pets Are People Too – Read a mystery that involves a pet
Miss Ruffles Inherits Everything (Miss Ruffles, Bk 1) :: Nancy Martin Feb. 27

  http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.pngJournalism 101 – Read a mystery with Who, What, When, Where, How or Why in the title
The Dog Who Ate the Airplane by Edward J Coburn (kindle) Sept. 20

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png    Too Good to Be True – Read a mystery involving art forgery or counterfeiting.
counterfeiting. Curious Minds (Knight and Moon, Bk 1) : Janet Evanovich, Phoef Sutton  March 17

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png    Good Morning, Miss Dove or Goodbye, Mr Chips - Read a mystery with a main character who is a teacher, professor, etc.
teacher/tutor Time and Again: Book 1 in the History Mystery Series by Deborah Heal  May 11

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   The Vessel with the Pestle – Read a mystery involving poison
Beauty to Die For (Spa Mystery, Bk 1) : Mindy Starns Clark, Kim Alexis March 16
   
http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png    That’s Not Fair – Read a mystery with MC who is an activist.
Shattered Palms :: Toby Neal (Hawian endangered birds) May 16

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   Isn’t It Grand! – Read any mystery by an Edgar Award Grand Master.
Bones Buried Deep (Bones, Bk 1) by Max Allan Collins, Kathy Reichs Nov. 16

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png    If You Want to See Him Alive - Read a mystery that involves a kidnap/abduction
Moving Target (Elite Guardians) :: Lynette Eason March 1

 http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   Trains and Boats and Planes – Read a mystery involving one of these modes of transportation (you may substitute railroad, ship, airplane as your search term).
boat Boar Island (Anna Pigeon, Bk 19) : Nevada Barr March 30

 http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   Somewhere in Time – Read a mystery involving time travel or set in the future.
If Catfish Had Nine Lives (Country Cooking School, Bk 4) : Paige Shelton March 6 

Bonus Categories:  

  http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.pngMeet Me at the Fair – Read 2 mysteries set during a World’s Fair (keyword searches World’s Fair/Exposition/Crystal Palace)
Ticket to Tomorrow (Fair to Remember, Bk 1) : Carol Cox  August 28
A Bride So Fair (Fair to Remember, Bk 3) :: Carol Cox  December 29

What’s in a Name - Read 6 mysteries with main characters names from Shakespearean plays.
http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png    3 female - Ariel, Beatrice, Bianca, Celia, Cleopatra, Cordelia, Desdemona, Emilia, Helena, Jessica, Kate, Miranda, Olivia, Rosalind, Portia, Sylvia, Viola;
Celia - Hurricane Force (Miss Fortune, Bk 7) :: Jana DeLeon July 14
Maria (Twelth Night) -
Silence in the Dark (Logan Point, Bk 4) : Patricia Bradley August 7
Kate - A Cold Day for Murder :: Dana Stabenow (on kindle) October 4

 http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   and 3 male - Antony, Duncan, Hamlet, Henry, Julius, Macbeth, MacDuff, Malcolm, Othello, Robin, Romeo, Sebastian, Toby, Valentine.
William (Henry VI) Deep Bay Vengeance : A Christian Mystery Suspense (Volume 1) : Kathleen Morris (Kindle) August 23
Richard -
On Borrowed Time:: David Rosenfelt Sept. 17
Romeo -
A Dead End (A Saints & Strangers Cozy Mystery Book1) by Keeley Bates Kindle Sept. 10
   

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.pngLet’s Play Clue – Read 3  mysteries, 1 that has Peacock, Scarlet, White, Mustard, Green or Plum in the title; 1 in which a Candlestick, Rope, Revolver, Knife, Wrench, or Lead Pipe is the murder weapon; and 1 in which the murder takes place in the Ballroom, Billiard Room, Cellar, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge/Living Room or Study.
knife - Malevolent (Shaye Archer, Bk 1) by Jana DeLeon May 8
Kitchen -
The Twelve Dogs of Christmas (Andy Carpenter, Bk 15): David Rosenfelt August 7
Green -
Green Smoothie Murder by Anna Lakewood - October on kindle
 

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.pngAmerica the Beautiful – Read 3 mysteries, 1 set in the Mountains, 1 set on the Prairie, and 1 set on either the Atlantic or Pacific Coast.
Atlantic coast - Mermaid Moon (Sunset Cove, Bk 2) Feb. 4
Pacific coast -
The Gray and Guilty Sea: A Garrison Gage Mystery : Jack Nolte September 3
Prairie  -  Deadly Offerings (Deadly, Bk 1) :: Alexa Grace Oct. 3
mountains -
Mountain of Lies by Jayne Evans (kindle) - August 14
   
 http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png Sail the Seven Seas – Read a 3 mysteries set on the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Caribbean, or any other sea
Cruise ship through several seas ending in Austraila - Into the Current by Marcella Haigh (Kindle) Sept. 22
Caribbean The Hidden Son (Cayman Islands, Bk 1) :: Dianna T. Benson Nov.10
Caribbean - Saving Grace :: Pamela Fagan Hutchins Sept. 18
   
http://www.clker.com/cliparts/D/z/C/2/q/E/check-mark-md.png   Seven Deadly Sins - Read 3 mysteries that have one of the sins - Pride, Envy,  Greed/Avarice, Lust, Sloth, Wrath/Anger, Gluttony - in the title or as motive for murder 
Greed & Murder - Dance of the Bones (J.P. Beaumont, Bk 22) :: J. A. Jance January 9
Envy,  That Night :: Chevy Stevens Feburary 23
Wrath/Anger,  The Raven (Coffey & Hill, Bk 2) : Mike Nappa March 27
Lust Downfall (Joanna Brady, Bk 17) : J. A. Jance April 10



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Basic Challenge

  1. Chinese Zodiac – Read a mystery that features one of the following in the title:
    Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon
  2. Is That Really You? – Read a mystery that features a real person as a character.
    P. T. Barnum - Things Half in Shadow by Alan Finn
  3. Pets Are People Too – Read a mystery that involves a pet
    Mission Impawsible by Krista Davis
  4. Journalism 101 – Read a mystery with Who, What, When, Where, How or Why in the title
    Look What the Wind Blew In by Ann Charles
  5. Too Good to Be True – Read a mystery involving art forgery or counterfeiting.
    Elementary, She Read by Vicki Delany
  6. Good Morning, Miss Dove or Goodbye, Mr Chips - Read a mystery with a main character who is a teacher, professor, etc.
  7. The Vessel with the Pestle – Read a mystery involving poison
    Death by Chocolate Lab by Bethany Blake
  8. That’s Not Fair – Read a mystery with MC who is an activist.
    The Jazz Files by Fiona Veitch Smith
  9. Isn’t It Grand! – Read any mystery by an Edgar Award Grand Master.
  10. If You Want to See Him Alive - Read a mystery that involves a kidnap/abduction
    The Mermaid Murders by Josh Lanyon
  11. Trains and Boats and Planes – Read a mystery involving one of these modes of transportation
    (train) The Turn by Kim Harrison
  12. Somewhere in Time – Read a mystery involving time travel or set in the future.
    (2050) Bluescreen by Dan Wells

Bonus Categories:  

  1. Meet Me at the Fair – Read 2 mysteries set during a World’s Fair (keyword searches World’s Fair/Exposition/Crystal Palace)
  2. What’s in a Name - Read 6 mysteries with main characters names from Shakespearean plays.
    3 female - Ariel, Beatrice, Bianca, Celia, Cleopatra, Cordelia, Desdemona, Emilia, Helena, Jessica, Kate, Miranda, Olivia, Rosalind, Portia, Sylvia, Viola;
    (Helena) A Bed of Scorpions by Judith Flanders
    and 3 male - Antony, Duncan, Hamlet, Henry, Julius, Macbeth, MacDuff, Malcolm, Othello, Robin, Romeo, Sebastian, Toby, Valentine.
    (Macbeth) A Wee Homicide in the Hotel by Fran Stewart
    (Romeo) Pressed to Death by Kirsten Weiss
    (Sebastian) Where the Dead Lie by C. S. Harris
  3. Let’s Play Clue – Read 3  mysteries, 1 that has Peacock, Scarlet, White, Mustard, Green or Plum in the title; 1 in which a Candlestick, Rope, Revolver, Knife, Wrench, or Lead Pipe is the murder weapon; and 1 in which the murder takes place in the Ballroom, Billiard Room, Cellar, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge/Living Room or Study.
    White Colander Crime by Victoria Hamilton
    (cellar) Daisy in Chains by Sharon Bolton
    (revolver) Spouse on Haunted Hill by E. J. Copperman
  4. America the Beautiful – Read 3 mysteries, 1 set in the Mountains, 1 set on the Prairie, and 1 set on either the Atlantic or Pacific Coast.
    (Atlantic coast) A Likely Story by Jenn McKinlay
    (Appalachian Mountains) Threshold by Jordan L. Hawk
  5. Sail the Seven Seas – Read a 3 mysteries set on the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Caribbean, or any other sea
  6. Seven Deadly Sins - Read 3 mysteries that have one of the sins - Pride, Envy, Greed/Avarice, Lust, Sloth, Wrath/Anger, Gluttony - in the title or as motive for murder
    (envy) Crime and Catnip by T. C. LoTempio
    (greed/avarice) Dead, Bath, and Beyond by Lorraine Bartlett, Laurie Cass
    (wrath/anger) Bearly Departed by Meg Macy


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MEDAL LEVELS:
Bronze Medal -- read 3 categories and 1 bonus
Silver Medal -- read 6 categories and 2 bonus
Gold Medal -- read 12 categories and 3 bonus
Diamond Medal -- read 12 categories plus 4 bonus
Platinum Medal -- read 12 categories plus 5 bonus
Titanium Medal - read 12 categories plus 6 bonus

Basic Challenge

  1. Chinese Zodiac – One Dog Night, by David Rosenfelt (LIB)
  2. Is That Really You? Everybody Kills Somebody Sometime, by Robert J. Randisi (LIB) 
  3. Pets Are People Too – Outfoxed, by David Rosenfelt (LIB)
  4. Journalism 101 – Where the Dead Lie, by C.S. Harris (LIB)
  5. Too Good to Be True The Gauguin Connection, by Estelle Ryan (K)
  6. Good Morning, Miss Dove or Goodbye, Mr Chips - The Square Root of Murder, by Ada Madison (PBS)
  7. The Vessel with the Pestle – The Devil's Breath, by Emily Kimelman (K)
  8. That’s Not Fair – The Ballad of Rocky Ruiz, by Manuel Ramos (PBS)
  9. Isn’t It Grand! – Someone Always Knows, by Marcia Muller (LIB)
  10. If You Want to See Him Alive - All the Little Liars, by Charlaine Harris (LIB)
  11. Trains and Boats and Planes – Blood on the Tracks, by Barbara Nickless (K)
  12. Somewhere in Time – Kill Time, by T.J. MacGregor (PBS)

Bonus Categories:  

  1. Meet Me at the Fair – Read 2 mysteries set during a World’s Fair (keyword searches World’s Fair/Exposition/Crystal Palace)
    • The White City, by Alec Michod (PBS)
  2. What’s in a Name - Read 6 mysteries with main characters names from Shakespearean plays.
    3 female -  (Robin Fairbanks) Vanished, by Kendra Elliott  (K)

           3 male - 

  1. Let’s Play Clue – Read 3  mysteries, 1 that has Peacock, Scarlet, White, Mustard, Green or Plum in the title; 1 in which a Candlestick, Rope, Revolver, Knife, Wrench, or Lead Pipe is the murder weapon; and 1 in which the murder takes place in the Ballroom, Billiard Room, Cellar, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge/Living Room or Study.
    • Title:
    • Weapon:
    • Place: Sweet and Deadly by Charlaine Harris (one of the murders takes place in a living room) (TBR)
  2. America the Beautiful –
    1. Mountains:  Killing Custer, by Margaret Coel (LIB)
    2. Prairie:  Extreme Prey, by John Sandford (LIB)
    3. East/West Coast: Touch & Go, by Lisa Gardner (LIB)
  3. Sail the Seven Seas – Read a 3 mysteries set on the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Caribbean, or any other sea
  4. Seven Deadly Sins - Read 3 mysteries that have one of the sins - Pride, Envy, Greed/Avarice, Lust, Sloth, Wrath/Anger, Gluttony - in the title or as motive for murder


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Date Posted: 1/16/2017 9:30 PM ET
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MEDAL LEVELS:
Bronze Medal -- read 3 categories and 1 bonus
Silver Medal -- read 6 categories and 2 bonus
Gold Medal -- read 12 categories and 3 bonus
Diamond Medal -- read 12 categories plus 4 bonus
Platinum Medal -- read 12 categories plus 5 bonus
Titanium Medal - read 12 categories plus 6 bonus

Basic Challenge

  1. Chinese Zodiac – Read a mystery that features one of the following in the title:
    Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon
  2. Is That Really You? – Read a mystery that features a real person as a character.
  3. Pets Are People Too – Read a mystery that involves a pet
  4. Journalism 101 – Read a mystery with Who, What, When, Where, How or Why in the title
  5. Too Good to Be True – Read a mystery involving art forgery or counterfeiting.
  6. Good Morning, Miss Dove or Goodbye, Mr Chips - Read a mystery with a main character who is a teacher, professor, etc.
  7. The Vessel with the Pestle – Read a mystery involving poison
  8. That’s Not Fair – Read a mystery with MC who is an activist.The Gods of Gotham (Timothy Wilde, Bk 1): Lyndsay Faye 1/2/17
  9. Isn’t It Grand! – Read any mystery by an Edgar Award Grand Master.
  10. If You Want to See Him Alive - Read a mystery that involves a kidnap/abduction Where I Lost Her: T. Greenwood 1/16/17
  11. Trains and Boats and Planes – Read a mystery involving one of these modes of transportation (you may substitute railroad, ship, airplane as your search term).
  12. Somewhere in Time – Read a mystery involving time travel or set in the future.

Bonus Categories:  

  1. Meet Me at the Fair – Read 2 mysteries set during a World’s Fair (keyword searches World’s Fair/Exposition/Crystal Palace)
  2. What’s in a Name - Read 6 mysteries with main characters names from Shakespearean plays.
    3 female - Ariel, Beatrice, Bianca, Celia, Cleopatra, Cordelia, Desdemona, Emilia, Helena, Jessica, Kate, Miranda, Olivia, Rosalind, Portia, Sylvia, Viola;
    and 3 male - Antony, Duncan, Hamlet, Henry, Julius, Macbeth, MacDuff, Malcolm, Othello, Robin, Romeo, Sebastian, Toby, Valentine.
  3. Let’s Play Clue – Read 3  mysteries, 1 that has Peacock, Scarlet, White, Mustard, Green or Plum in the title; 1 in which a Candlestick, Rope, Revolver, Knife, Wrench, or Lead Pipe is the murder weapon; and 1 in which the murder takes place in the Ballroom, Billiard Room, Cellar, Conservatory, Dining Room, Hall, Kitchen, Library, Lounge/Living Room or Study.
  4. America the Beautiful – Read 3 mysteries, 1 set in the Mountains, 1 set on the Prairie, and 1 set on either the Atlantic or Pacific Coast.  Chasing Shadows: Karen Harper 1/25/17 Atlantic Coast (Florida) or Poison 
  5. Sail the Seven Seas – Read a 3 mysteries set on the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Caribbean, or any other sea
  6. Seven Deadly Sins - Read 3 mysteries that have one of the sins - Pride, Envy, Greed/Avarice, Lust, Sloth, Wrath/Anger, Gluttony - in the title or as motive for murder Murder at the Courthouse (Hidden Springs, Bk 1): A. H. Gabhart Pride 2/9/17 & The Good Goodbye: Carla Buckley Envy 5/28/17 & Murder Tightly Knit (Amish Village, Bk 2): Vannetta Chapman Wrath/Anger 3/9/17 & Always Watching (Elite Guardians, Bk 1): Lynette Eason Lust 5/1/17

    



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