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About meI am a librarian at Rice University, Houston, Texas. I am a writer, with several published essays and historical stories. I read, write and review mysteries from all across the spectrum, from murder most cozy to hard, hard boiled.

About my libraryMysteries, mysteries and more mysteries


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Real nameShirley Wetzel

LocationHouston, Texas

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Member sinceMar 7, 2008

Currently readingAfraid by Jack Kilborn
A Night at the Operation (A Double Feature Mystery) by Jeffrey Cohen

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