Nina Sankovitch
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Loving Mysteries/Writing Histories

I love to read mysteries. I used to think of mysteries as the book equivalent of candy corn, my special treat which gave me a rush but not one which necessarily was feeding my brain. But as a now over fifty-year long reader of mysteries, I’ve come to realize that not only do mysteries feed my dopamine-driven need for the exhilaration of hunt and seek and find; they also most definitely feed my brain and my soul.

mysteries I’ve loved




Because being witness to all types of human experience is not only important to understanding the world, but also to understanding myself.

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