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Dear %%First Name%%,
The April-May edtion of the MLB News, including the Festival of Mystery insert, is now available for download. This is the final print version which went in the mail yesterday.
My appreciation to the dozens of volunteer proof readers who found a large number of errors in the original version.
Just click on this link and you'll see the April-May News in your web browser just as it appears in print. If you don't care to read the News on your computer screen, simply print it out. Be sure to use the Adobe Reader print button not the print button for your web browser.
Our Weekly Special is perfect for fans of the legal thriller written by an author who puts his background to good use in this intricate and suspenseful tale. Save 20% and, even better, you can get Free Shipping on This Week's Special.
Free Shipping is now available via Media Mail on all orders of $10 or more. Shipping for smaller orders is only $3. You can find further details of our new policy at Free Shipping.
We've got some signed books that are either here or coming in the next few weeks. Quantities are limited so place your order now.
The April Staff Picks are a great way to find a new author based on the diverse tastes of the staff at Mystery Lovers Bookshop.
New arrivals cotinue to come in with more April titles. New arrivals include books by Diane Mott Davidson, James Patterson, Candace Robb, Nevada Barr and others. Take a look at our New Arrivals page and you'll a dozen or more new titles received since last week.
Check our New Arrivals for page for everything new at MLB.
The Fourteenth Festival of Mystery will be held on Monday, May 4. The Festival will once again be held at the Greek Orthodox Church about 5 blocks from the store from 4 to 9 pm. We've got a terrific line-up of authors, many new to the Festival along with a number of old favorites.
Tickets are available in advance at $7 each, $8 at the door.
Here's what you can find at www.mysterylovers.com:
Join Susan Wittig Albert for a Brown Bag Lunch and talk and signing of her new Chinia Bayles book, Wormwood. There's no charge although hot and cold drinks will be available to enjoy with the lunch that you're invited to bring with you.
Please call if you can join us.
Think spring-like thoughts.
Richard, Mary Alice and the MLB Staff
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