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Windsor’s resident children’s author, Cynthia Bardes, has released the second in a series of mysteries involving a toy French poodle solving high-end thefts in luxury destinations. And while Bardes, a former interior designer, is cramming what ought t be a leisurely retirement with appointments from Palm Beach to New York, peddling her pretty book at Bergdorf Goodman and hosting book signings in the homes of friends, she is also making time for a new cause: adult literacy.

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March 14, 2014

Children’s Author Turns To Adult Literacy | Vero Beach 32963

Windsor’s resident children’s author, Cynthia Bardes, has released the second in a series of mysteries involving a toy French poodle solving high-end thefts in luxury destinations. […]
March 14, 2014

Join Pansy the dog in solving the mystery of the missing paintings in Paris!

by Tania Ortega-Cowan On April 4, Literacy Services of Indian River County presents its annual “Love of Literacy” luncheon at the Vero Beach Country Club from […]
January 11, 2014

Persistance Pays off for ‘Pansy at the Palace’ | Vero Beach 32963

by Michelle Genz It started three years ago, when Windsor resident Cynthia Bardes was hit by a car crossing Wilshire Boulvard. Laid up at the Peninsula […]
January 11, 2013

The Many Lives of Cynthia Bardes | Vero Beach Magazine

After creating a fashion label and designing homes in Florida and California, this Vero Beach resident became the victim of a car accident. That’s when she […]