30+10 – My Favorite Mystery Writer from Childhood

Day 7 of ‪#‎30and10‬

My favorite mystery author, growing up, was actually not Carolyn Keene or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but Joan Lowry Nixon. I read all of her books that I could get my hands on. Clean, fun mysteries. 🙂
She definitely inspired Dashwood Avenue. 🙂

Dashwood Avenue can be found here on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Dashwood-Avenue-formerly-Rachael-Thomas-ebook/dp/B00RT8U98Y?ie=UTF8&ref_=asap_bc

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4 thoughts on “30+10 – My Favorite Mystery Writer from Childhood

  1. Hi~Per your suggestion, I’m just asking a question. Did you mean to identify Sherlock Holmes as a writer?<3Mama  Soli Deo Gloria!                                                   ~  s.c.  ƸӜƷ 

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