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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie

My Rating: 5/5


Roger Ackroyd was a man who knew a little too much.

The woman he loved had poisoned her first husband, he knew someone was blackmailing her and he also knew that she had taken her own life by overdosing on drugs. 353 more words

Agatha Christie

A Murder of Magpies -- A Highly Entertaining Mystery Set in London's Publishing World

I loved Janet Flanders’ A Murder of Magpies, a clever mystery set up London’s publishing world. Samantha (“Sam”) Clair is a marvelous protagonist. Sam is an established, somewhat jaded middle-aged editor with few illusions about her authors. 180 more words

Recap #11 - Slay Bells by Jo Gibson

Title: Slay Bells

Author: Jo Gibson (aka Joanne Fluke)

Published: December 1994

Tagline: Tis the season . . . to die!

Description: Santa Claus is coming . 9,613 more words


Double Barrel Mysteries by Barbara Ellen Brink ~ an intriguing series

I was intrigued by the intelligence of the DOUBLE BARREL MYSTERIES so I asked its author, Barbara Ellen Brink to share with my readers how this well-constructed series came about and evolved. 826 more words

Crime Fiction

The Indigo Bar - Day 7

I feel a certain level of sympathy for the murderer as I approach their house. Either I’m becoming softer or I simply empathise with the cause, as abhorrent and desperate as murder is. 1,666 more words

Murder Mystery

De Cock en de wurger op zondag van A.C. Baantjer || Review

Titel: De Cock en de wurger op zondag
Auteur: A.C. Baantjer
Aantal pagina’s: 100
Genre: Murder Mystery, Crime
Datum van publicatie… 387 more words


The Indigo Bar - Day 6

My first stop of the day is Maria Banks’ house. She looks nervously behind her, the door ajar.

“Look, give me two minutes. We can talk at a cafe,” she whispers. 2,105 more words

Murder Mystery