Ross Macdonald (born Kenneth Millar, 13 December 1915 – 11 July 1983)
Prayers have been answered 🙌🏾
The Galton Case, by Ross Macdonald (Warner, 1990).
From Oxfam in Islington, London.
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THE 1975 - NOTES ON A CONDITIONAL FORM (2019-2020)
why the FUCK have i never seen this photo
Just when Private I thinks all is calm-now that he’s cracked the case of 7 Ate 9-Question Mark storms into the office.
Mark is worried. All the uppercase letters are M-I-S-S-I-N-G! But that’s absurd. This is CAPITAL City!
Private I is the last letter standing. Will he solve his BIGGEST mystery yet, the UPPER CASE, before it’s too late?!
Filled with the same humor, wit, and quirkiness of the hit 7 Ate 9: The Untold Story, comes another laugh-out-loud whodunit.
Received in exchange for a honest review.
This was awesome. Highly entertaining and just a fun take on the alphabet and grammar. I loved the puns they were quirky and sassy but also humorous. The whole book was a hoot. The illustrations were lighthearted and fun. They drew you into the story and helped show what the mystery was about.
Private I was awesome and I love the ending with B. I think I felt most for Exclamation point and he does have a point. Poor guy. Mark seemed frazzled and just added to the whole picture and entertainment. B was the one that helps I the most I think leaving him clues. And the p and q’s were great. All the puns and humor just have you smiling and laughing as you are drawn into the mystery of what happened to the capital letters and why.
Matty and Ross ❤️ lol
Matty and Ross going hard during Give Yourself A Try
Don’t wanna bore you with my (frail state of mind)