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"Wombat Said Come In" by Carmen Agra Deedy, E DEE
Fellowship, empathy, and adorable Australian animals star in this funny story about help in times of trouble. When Australian bushfires roar above wombat's home he is safe. The fire can't reach him in his deep underground burrow. Other animals are not as fortunate. One by one, Wallaby, Kookaburra, Platypus, Koala, and Sugar Glider seek refuge from the fire. Wombat welcomes them all. When you have the heart of a wombat, there's always room for one more.
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"Irish Coffee Murder" by Leslie Meier, F MEI
A trio of novellas with an Irish coffee theme in one book. The first story gives the book its title. Part-time reporter Lucy Stone is writing a story about four Irish step-dancing students when one girl's mother is found dead in her bathtub. Did a stage mom take rivalry too far, or is there another motive?
In the second story, "Death of an Irish Coffee Drinker," by Lee Hollis, popular comedian Jefferson O'Keefe keels over dead after gulping down his post-show Irish coffee. Haley Powell, who catered the affair, must figure out who decided this joker had gone too far.
"Perked Up," by Barbara Ross, is the third story. On a snowy St. Patrick's Day, the power goes out. Julia Snowden spends the evening telling local ghost stories and sharing Irish coffee with friends and family. By the time the power comes back on they may have solved the coldest case in town.
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