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  • She is the author of the Tranquility mysteries, a series of books that have been described as “Jeff Foxworthy writing the X-Files set in Cicily, Alaska.”

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  • She is the author of the Tranquility mysteries, a series of books that have been described as “Jeff Foxworthy writing the X-Files set in Cicily, Alaska.”

    2010 April — Fusion Despatches

  • "Cicily," the husband besought, as a great dread fell on his soul,

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  • "Cicily," Mrs. Delancy protested, totally bemused by her niece's fiery eloquence, "I think you're wrong, but I-- I feel that you're right."

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  • "Cicily," he cried entreatingly, "I want you to tell Mr. Morton --"

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  • "Cicily," he urged, "just now, I'm up to my ears and over in work.

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  • "Cicily," she eluded, "you must not speak in that manner.

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  • "Cicily," Mrs. Delancy said, with an abrupt transition from one phase of the subject under consideration to another, "about this matter of you and Charles separating, I have a suspicion that you are very much like that highly improper young woman in the French story, who was going to live with her lover as long as the geranium lasted.

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  • "Cicily," he said shortly, "Uncle Jim and I are very busy.

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  • What made the night so special is that Sandy's longtime girlfriend Sarah brought Cicily, their daughter, to the show.

    Karen Erickson: Catching Up

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