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Subject: Julie Smith
Date Posted: 3/3/2010 8:22 PM ET
Member Since: 9/24/2006
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Hs any one read any of her books?

Date Posted: 3/3/2010 9:24 PM ET
Member Since: 12/19/2007
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Nope, not familiar. What sort of stuff does she write?

Alice J. (ASJ) - ,
Date Posted: 3/3/2010 10:06 PM ET
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Yes I have read quite a few of them. She has 4 different series. I like the Skip Langdon one the best. her first book in that series New Orleans Morning is excellent.

Give her a try.

Alice

Date Posted: 3/4/2010 3:06 AM ET
Member Since: 9/24/2006
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Thanks for the input will try her.

Date Posted: 3/4/2010 6:54 AM ET
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I recently picked up New Orleans Mournign on CD at the FOL sale rack.  Haven't listened to it yet. Good to know that it's well good. 

Date Posted: 3/12/2010 7:23 PM ET
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I have a few of her books on my TBR shelf that I just haven't gotten to yet.

Death Turns a Trick (Rebecca Schwartz, Bk 1) :: Julie Smith
ISBN-13: 9780804108560 - ISBN-10: 0804108560


Rebecca Schwartz is a fairly normal Bay-area attorney. But when she almost gets busted for playing piano in a bordello, and Kandi, a part-time student-prostitute is killed in her home, and then the killer stalks Rebecca, it's time to take action--which is just what she does....

The Sourdough Wars (Rebecca Schwartz, Bk 2) :: Julie Smith
ISBN-13: 9780804109291 - ISBN-10: 080410929X

Thanks to front-page coverage in the San Francisco Chronicle, everyone knows about the upcoming auction of the Martinelli family?s renowned sourdough starter. No one anticipates the outcome: the auction will never take place, because handsome Peter Martinelli, owner of the recipe, is brutally murdered.

No more did attorney Rebecca Schwartz expect to find herself engaged in a hair- raising variety of unlawful and dangerous deeds, inspired by her reckless determination to find out whether Peter really died for a handful of dough. The more she sifts through the tangled relationships of the city?s bread-making dynasties, the more Rebecca is certain that this is no simple affair. Love, hate, revenge, and pride are all ingredients in a dazzling mystery that only Julie Smith could have written--a puzzle that challenges the heart as much as it does the mind.