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photo 2018-03-16 20:23
Blood of Balnakin character card


Kalma: Alnenia turned her cran to one side and looked thoughtful. "It's the fourth day," she said to herself. "It is finally seeming to work." Her face told that she had come to a decision. "Yes, it is the time for truth." She sat back and smiled. "Know you anything," she asked, "about the Ming-ti plant?"

"No, I know not," I told her cold. "What is the Ming-ti plant?"

She picked up a skol-stick and tapped it nervously on her desk. "It really should be Doret or Elsbeth to explain it. What I know, they told me. The Ming-ti plant is a heaf that grows not natural on the Old Continent. It's one Doret ordered seeds for from Menzia. It's a powerful, ah, ah, well, when its leaves are dried and cooked into foods as spices or ground into powder and put into nectars, it, ah, ah," she smiled broad, "considerably enflames our natural drive to be speared. It creates a strong need, very strong, in women for a man-stalk bonding. In your case, the results should be very, very interesting."

"Interesting!" I thundered. "You've poisoned me and call that interesting! What mean you?"

Alnenia looked hurt and shook her head. "Poisoned? Oh no, there is nothing toxic in Ming-ti. The only possible trouble you could have is, well, if you were unable to act on the stimulus inside you. But," her smile returned, "your acting on it is the point. It is long past time for Malcolm to part your legs with full thrusts in between."

I stood and paced before her desk. Questions filled me, and the first was obvious.

"Have you others taken this Ming-ti?"

"No," Alnenia admitted. "We knew nothing of it until Doret spoke of it after our visit to the Mother-Icealt. None of us, ah, have ever needed the stimulus. We thought of experimenting with it, naturally. For Doret, she'd probably only need a very small amount. Then again, all Malcolm has to do is reach his hand up her tunic, play with her nipples, and irresistible shockwaves, well, you know. Or soon will."
She laughed. "Joline is about your body weight although not as strongly built or muscled." She laughed again. "But, then again, you'd only have to show Joline the plant, tell her of its purpose, and its effect would be complete on sight."

I stared at her. "So, how much of this Ming-ti is in my blood?"

Her eyes lit up. "That's what is extraordinary! Very, very extraordinary! Again, Doret can better answer your questions. Normally, I understand, one meal only is sufficient. You've —." She paused and looked at me in wonder." You should, by now, be unable to do anything else but think of being speared. I'm tempted to alert Yil and tell him to clear all males out of —."

"You'll do no such thing!" I exclaimed with full power, pulling her door open. "I am sufficiently disciplined and self-controlled to fight this poison! I will go find Doret and find a cure for this mean trick!"


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text 2018-03-08 21:54
KYD Green Round: Crime Scene Card Guess - Team MbD / Lillelara / TA
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - J.K. Rowling,Stephen Fry


Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets matches at least 2 of the tasks for the "Planet Camazotz" crime scene card: "set in a different dimension of this world" and "published between 1918 and 2007".  If you award an "assist" to Hermione Granger for, inter alia, stealing the recipe for and concocting the polyjuice potion, and for providing the final crucial clue about the entrance of the Secret Chamber (even if Harry and Ron had to wrench it out of her petrified hand), arguably this book might even fit at least 2 1/2 of the tasks for this card.

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text 2018-03-07 00:22
KYD Green Round: Crime Scene Card Guess - Team MbD / Lillelara / TA
The Hog's Back Mystery - Freeman Wills Crofts
The Hog's Back Mystery - Freeman Wills Crofts,Gordon Griffin


Phew.  [TA wipes sweating brows.]  Finished this one with just over a half hour to spare until the end of this round.


Anyway, the cover of a book virtually drenched in green (both in the paperback and the audiobook version -- and yes, I switched back and forth between both) is way too good NOT to use it for the Green Dragon Pub crime scene card -- so that's what I'm using it for.

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text 2018-03-05 22:50
KYD Green Round: Crime Scene Card Claim - Team MbD / Lillelara / TA
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - J.K. Rowling,Stephen Fry

Since I was already fairly far advanced in the book I'd been reading / listening to for this card when Nighttime Reading Center posted her guess (congrats again on getting there first! :) ), the team agreed I'd just finish my book and claim the card for the points awarded for a crime scene already revealed by someone else's guess.


Obviously, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone fulfills all three tasks associated with this card -- Gryffindor is the house whose students most embody bravery, Hogwarts is brimming with magic, and the audio version very prettily displays the Gryffindor colors of scarlet (red) and gold (yellow).

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review 2018-01-27 16:24
Scene of the Crime: Bachelor Moon by Carla Cassidy
Scene of the Crime: Bachelor Moon (Mills & Boon Intrigue) - Carla Cassidy

FBI profiler Sam Connelly is on a forced vacation in a Louisiana B&B when someone targets the B&B owner. The secret admirer has been leaving the single mother and her daughter little gifts, but now he's escalating by leaving her a murdered would-be competitor accompanied by a creepy phone call.

Sam knows they're dealing with yet another monster, and he's willing to do anything to keep mother and daughter from harm.

Formulaic and rather predictable with a myriad of coincidences (the admirer escalates right when Sam starts his vacation...show/hide spoiler
). The only thing I didn't see coming was the identity of the crazy admirer, since there were no real clues with red herrings leading everywhere else but there.

This time it was the hero's turn to be scared of loving anyone due to "what was hidden underneath" (eye roll, please), the heroine fell for the guy too quickly, I didn't really buy the love-thing from the hero...
The only remotely decent part of this story was the suspense, which was unfortunately overshadowed by the botched-up and rushed romance.

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