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Wordplay Mysteries by Julie B Cosgrove

Graffiti isn't that strange . . . but in palindromes?

“Mom,” “pop,” and “stressed desserts” are all spelled the same backward and forward. So what type of vandal uses phrases like these in graffiti? What do these messages mean?


And since when does simple vandalism explode into violence and even murder?


Wanda Warner is at it again, attempting to protect her small town while making her nephew, the police officer, look good. But mostly, solving the puzzles that she undeniably loves.

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