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The Table Ladies are back with a new mystery

September 25, 2018

After the success of their debut mystery “Where’s Laura?” in 2016, the Table Ladies are back with “Winter Comes.”

The residents of Longwood at Oakmont retirement community, whose ages range from 80 to 94, are still writing under the collective name of Octavia Long , and referring to themselves as The Tuesday Table Ladies (because that was the day they always had dinner together).

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