BL-opoly: Dice Roll #10

Having completed the three books of my last rolling exercise, I’m allowed to roll again:

This takes me once more to square 16: Mountain Cabin — read a book classified as mystery or suspense, or whose title contains all the letters in C A B I N.

That is a square I’ve been on before — but it’s also one of the squares on this board that I’ll always find a matching book for.

This time, my choice is Ronald Knox’s Miles Bredon mystery no. 3, The Body in the Silo.

Length: 256 pages
=> + $3 upon completion.

 

 

 

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