WWW Wednesday 20th May 2020. This week is all about the crime/mystery fiction. Titles by Matt Killeen, Agatha Christie, and Holly Jackson.
Tag: crime fiction
2 star review of A Very English Murder by Verity Bright. Thank you to NetGalley for kindly providing me with an e-ARC of this book.
In this week’s WWW Wednesday all of the books have a kind of thriller/mystery vibe. Let me know what you’re reading at the moment!
This month I’ve been trying to get back into blogging properly. The last half of 2019 was a bit of a nightmare if I’m honest. I failed an exam, and therefore my degree, so had to re-sit during the summer ahead of my delayed graduation this month. I was busy trying to find a full-time
2020 sees the 100th anniversary of the publication of Agatha Christie’s first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles. So… I’m going to do something slightly crazy Yep. All of her novels. All 66 in publication order. For the time being I’m not including any short stories, plays, Mary Westmacott books, or the Detection Club books
This Christmas has seen me trying to fit a new bookshelf worth of books into my car boot to get back to London with me. I’ve ended up with quite the bookstack under my tree to add to my TBR. This calls for a Christmas Book Haul! British Library Crime Classics I discovered the existence
Two Can Keep A Secret, by Karen M. McManus Pages: 336 Published: 10th January 2019 ⭐️ 5 / 5 After reading One Of Us Is Lying, I was excited to read another Karen M. McManus book as soon as possible. I would go as far to say that she is a contender for one of
Murder at Christmas, Various Authors
The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle, Arthur Conan Doyle “My name is Sherlock Holmes. It is my business to know what other people do not know.” – Sherlock Holmes
And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie “I don’t know. I don’t know at all. And that’s what’s frightening the life out of me. To have no idea….” – Rogers, the butler