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Top Ten Tuesday: Dynamic Duos


Name your duo? Scarlett and Rhett? Popeye and Olive Oil? Who cares! Dynamic Duos are the topic today!


1. Stephanie Plum and Lula

Or should that be Stephanie Plum and Grandma Mazur? Or Stephanie and Joe? Or Stephanie and Ranger? I’ll stick with gal pals for this one–Stephanie and Lula, all the way. Let’s hit Cluck in a Bucket and the doughnut joint first though, ok? Funeral home cookies don’t cut it.


2. Miss Benson and Enid Perry

An unconventional duo on an unconventional mission.


3. Armand Gamache and Jean-Guy Beauvoir

Part Chief/deputy, part father/son, part bromance. Love these two.



4. Alex Claremont-Diaz and Prince Henry.

I didn’t know what I’d think when I started reading this book. I came to [heart] both.


5.  Captain Jefferson Kyle Kidd and Johanna.

A good man takes care of a dumped kid. Sam Elliott should have gotten the role in the film.


6. Precious Ramotswe and Grace Makutsi.

Or maybe Precious Ramotswe  and Charlie? Or Precious Ramotswe  and Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni? Until they abruptly changed performers on the audio (They do know this series is written by a white, male, Scot– right?) I LOVED this series. Precious and Grace are the ultimate dynamic duo, but Charlie and a few others make duos with both on their own, too.


7. Noah Selvaggio and Michael

This pairing does strain the bounds of credulity, but I loved it anyway. Noah and Michael are IT!


8. Vish Puri and his “Mummy Ji”

Where would he be without Mummy to solve the crimes and make him think it was all his own brain power?

Sorry, that’s all this week! I’ve done more than 10 many weeks so I’ll just stop here.


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