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"Miss Marple's Final Cases" by Agatha Christie (1979)

“The vicar’s wife came round the corner of the vicarage with her arms full of chrysanthemums.”

I checked back, and all the books I’ve read recently seem to have been published in the last few years. 864 more words

Murder

Robe Of Distinction

Recently I discovered this amazing…….

Title  :  Robe Of Distinction

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Art / Arts

My first Review

Pictures Of Deceit has received its first review today and it’s a 5* wonderfully descriptive review. This has made me an incredibly happy author. I will be keeping my fingers crossed that this is enjoyed as much as The Community was. 24 more words

Writing

Just Killing Time by Julianne Holmes

Clocks! That’s a new one for mysteries. “Just Killing Time” feels rather like a well-done Dick Francis mystery. Congratulations, Julianne Holmes. That’s very well done for a debut novel. 153 more words

Bechdel Test Pass

A Whisker of Trouble by Sofie Ryan

Too many characters related to too many other characters. I can’t keep track.

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Bechdel Test Pass

In the Drink by Allyson K. Abbott

Pretty good mystery, the non-suspects have lovely red herrings and the ‘whodunit’ seems cleared from the suspect list early on. Only, the current mystery – who is the psycho killing off Mack’s friends if she can’t solve his little clues? 125 more words

Bechdel Test Pass

#Mystery Book Review: “A Killer Closet” by Paula Paul

Paula Paul has once again delivered a top-notch mystery for your reading pleasure! “A Killer Closet” takes place in the present day in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 252 more words

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