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Bury the living - a life for a life a death for a vote

The name Bury is etymologically connected with borough , [6] which has cognates in other Germanic languages such as the German "burg" meaning "fortress, castle"; Old Norse "borg" meaning "wall, castle"; and Gothic "baurgs" meaning "city". [7] They all derive from Proto-Germanic *burgs meaning "fortress". This in turn derives from the Proto-Indo-European root *bhrgh meaning "fortified elevation", with cognates including Welsh bera ("stack") and Sanskrit bhrant- ("high, elevated building").

#1 on the New York Times and Globe and Mail lists, making it the most popular book in North America!  

Am so happy to be able to tell you that GLASS HOUSES has been named a Best Book of 2017 by:

Barnes and Noble's Best Fiction Books of 2017
NPR - Find your next Great Read list
NPR - See what we Loved list
Amazon Best Book of 2017
The London Sunday Times
Washington Post's Ten Best Mysteries and Thrillers of 2017
Toronto Globe and Mail
A Best Book of the Year at Indigo (Canada’s largest bookseller)
Seattle Times
Library Journal's Best of the year Mystery List 2017
AudioFile Best Audiobooks of 2017
Library Reads "Favorite of Favorites"
The Christian Science Monitor Best of 30 books for 2017

According to GLAAD ' s "Where We Are On TV Report," in the 2016-2017 TV season, there were 895 main characters on scripted primetime broadcast shows, and 43, or per cent, were identified as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer, the highest percentage ever reported. While statistics for the actual population are inconclusive, various studies have suggested anywhere between 4 and 11 per cent of the population falls somewhere on the LGBTQ spectrum, according to The Williams Institute .

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