Quote of the Day – The Detective’s Assistant

Quote of the Day
"I say gossip is just like a newspaper, only written in whispers instead of ink. Sure you can't always believe everything you hear, but isn't that the same with the newspaper?" —THE DETECTIVE'S ASSISTANT by Kate Hannigan

The Detective’s Assistant by Kate Hannigan

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Quote of the Day – The League of Beastly Dreadfuls

Quote of the Day
"Anastasia had read about orphans in storybooks. To an almost-eleven-year-old girl with two parents, orphans had been sort of a mythical figure, like unicorns and mermaids. A creature that lived in the pages of a book. And now she was one. An orphan, that is. Not a unicorn." —THE LEAGUE OF BEASTLY DREADFULS by Holly Grant

The League of Beastly Dreadfuls by Holly Grant

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Quote of the Day – Finding Serendipity

Quote of the Day
"When small children at school talked about the Vivienne Small books, Tuesday nevre said "My mom wrote them," even though she sometimes felt she would burst with the effort of keeping it a secret." —FINDING SERENDIPITY by Angelica Banks

Finding Serendipity by Angelica Banks

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Quote of the Day – Baker’s Magic

Quote of the Day
"He took great pleasure in teasing her; he'd decided that Bee was no name for a person, and that it must just be the first letter of her real name. So every time he came in, he addressed her by a new and awful name that started with B." —BAKER'S MAGIC by Diane Zahler

Baker’s Magic by Diane Zahler

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