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Death at the Circus (55)

FEBRUARY 1, 2016

I grew up in a small town in Michigan in the 1940s. My brother, Dave, and I spent most every Saturday afternoon watching B-Movies at the Lyric Theater in town. The B-Westerns, in particular, were my favorite and to this day, a part of me imagines that I'm a handsome, brave, gunslinging cowpoke. That explains the appearance of cowboys now and then in my Death at the Circus series. I've always had pussycats in my life, too, so cats and cat-like creatures show up at the circus, often wearing colorful saddles with riders astride them.
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