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Murder is Easy // by Agatha Christie

AKA Easy to Kill

Our story begins with Luke Fitzwilliam, who finds himself in a train on his way to London, sharing a carriage with a garrulous elderly lady named Miss Fullerton.   456 more words

Book Review

In the Books featuring Steps to Heaven: A Sgt Major Crane Novel by Wendy Cartmell

Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Steps to Heaven: A Sgt Major Crane Novel by Wendy Cartmell.

About the Book: 348 more words

Review - After the Fire by Jane Casey

After the Fire by Jane Casey Maeve Kerrigan series Book #6
Available May 3, 2016 from Minotaur Books

 London police detective Maeve Kerrigan has spent plenty of time at Murchison House. 356 more words

Books

The Big Brush Off by Michael Murphy

The Big Brush Off by Michael Murphy was a Net Galley read. The book was published by Alibi on February 9, 2016. It is a cozy mystery, don’t let the gun on the cover fool you into thinking otherwise. 252 more words

Books

Away With the Fairies by Kerry Greenwood

Well, that was different. WWI was just “The Great War” because there was no WWII to balance it against, but already the women pilots were frustrated at not being able to use their skills. 121 more words

Bechdel Test Pass

The Monster by Garth Nix

Twins make good magical protagonists. Adults who train kids in their magic are great – but sometimes they get hurt. Now what?

And why are all Troubletwisters twins? 33 more words

Bechdel Test Pass

The President Regrets (1965)

Here comes the second outing of the Puzzle Club with Ellery’s involvement. In the first Puzzle Club story, Ellery met three of the four other members. 74 more words

Reading Ellery Queen