My Review: I enjoyed this read which for me was fast paced and easy to follow. There’s an archive of letters written to Mrs Bambi. People trying to guess who she is, rumours of people watching. There’s even a hip thing called being Bambied, which means you have been written about. That made me laugh. It’s quite a peculiar book in some aspects, fun dialogue, interesting father/ daughter dynamics. Sound good? Jump in and connect to the Mystery of Mrs Bambi, meet Richard, Miriam, A.M. Elsie, Red and co.

Mrs Bambi Knows
In a small town in Oregon, everyone wants to kill the local advice columnist, Mrs Bambi. If only they knew who she was.

Mrs Bambi’s advice is so snarky that people have long since stopped asking for it. Instead she eavesdrops on conversations and writes the letters herself. The readers would lynch her, but no one knows who she is.

In fact, Mrs. Bambi is not a woman. The column is written by Richard, a quiet widower with a young daughter.
The uneventful part of Richard’s life is nearly over: he begins dating Pam, a well-known realtor and a sports addict. When people begin to learn the identity of Mrs. Bambi, Richard is threatened and humiliated in public. Despite the pleas of his editor, his friends, and Pam, he refuses to stop writing the column.
The only thing that can prevent disaster is for the town to finally learn the whole truth about Richard, which is much larger than the simple mystery of Mrs. Bambi.

Set in 1995, Chris Mason’s skillful storytelling brings a tale of humour and romance – and not a little peril – charmingly to life in the mind of the reader.
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Author Bio – Born in Ohio, Chris has moved around too much for anyone’s good, living in several places that might be considered tourist attractions. He mines those experiences for the settings of his books.
He lives in Florida with his wife, two dogs, two cats, and a smart-aleck macaw who has pets of her own.