Category Archives: Christine Husom

Librarian D.O.A. Booknotes

The Black Tower P.D. James This was a selection of our Mystery Book Group (which I haven’t attended all summer, guilt guilt).  I had read P. D. James before and didn’t care for her book for some reason. I enjoyed … Continue reading

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Book Launch A Death in Lionel’s Woods at Buffalo Books and Coffee

I first met Christine Husom at a library event I hosted in 2011.  She drew a nice crowd and they loved her and she loved them, so it seemed. She definitely had that gift of back and forth with the … Continue reading

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BookNotes: An Altar by the River by Christine Husom

When I began this book, I had two things that Christine said about it in mind: that is a chilling tale and that she knows where the altar is, she has seen it. She said that her books except for … Continue reading

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BookNotes: Buried in Wolf Lake by Christine Husom

I always drag my hooves writing “reviews” because I want them to be done just so. So I never write them. Clever! Let me try doing a BookNote (short thoughts on the book)on my fine reading and see if I … Continue reading

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Murder in Winnebago County by Christine Husom

I’m pretty excited to meet the author of Murder in Winnebago County tonight! Winnebago County is a fictional Minnesota County. I appreciate Minnesota authors and the vivid local settings the more I read them. Christine’s story could be set just … Continue reading

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