Tags » Whodunit

Mystery train

Murder on the Orient Express · Agatha Christie · 1934
Harper Collins, 2017 · 267 pages, paperback

A wealthy man of dubious morals is found stabbed to death the night after he discloses to detective Hercule Poirot that he fears for his life. 608 more words


NaPoWriMo Day 25: Mr. EggHead

Hercule Poirot with an egg shaped head

is kind and friendly to the dead

When he’s off solving the ‘whodunit’

there is no escape for the culprit. 12 more words

Post A Day

Review: The Last Policeman trilogy by Ben H. Winters

“Because as any writer will tell you, an IDEA for a book is like falling in love, it’s all wild emotion and headlong rush, but the ACTUAL ACT of writing a book is like building a relationship: it is joyous, slow, fragile, frustrating, exhilarating, painstaking, exhausting, worth it.”

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A bio, if you will. 

Hi! This seems weird to be jumping on the proverbial bandwagon after having a blog became ‘cool’ a while back, but essentially I wanted to create a space in which I can get good recommendations for books. 181 more words

Regency romance and mystery: Duels & Deception

Duels & Deception, by Cindy Anstey, (Apr. 2017, Macmillan/Swoon Reads), $10.99, ISBN: 9781250119094

Recommended for readers 12+

It’s 1817, and Lydia Whitfield is an English society heiress with her future planned out for her – even her marriage partner is planned for her, thanks to her departed father. 327 more words

Tween Reads

The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena

As stated in Goodreads:

Fast-paced and addictive, THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR announces a major new talent in thriller writing.

You never know what’s happening on the other side of the wall. 215 more words

Book Reviews

Rollin' with the Royces: YA's answer to the K... well, you know...

Royce Rolls, by Margaret Stohl, (Apr. 2016, Freeform), $18.99, ISBN: 9781484732335

Recommended for readers 12+

Sixteen year-old Bentley Royce is the “bad girl” member of the Royces, reality TV’s family du jour. 401 more words