Halloween Bingo 2018 Update Post – Reading Blackout and Bingo No. 2

 

The Books:

Country House Mystery: Georgette Heyer: Penhallow (Ulli Birvé audio)
Cryptozoologist: Patricia A. McKillip: The Forgotten Beasts of Eld (Dina Pearlman audio)
Romantic Suspense: Susanna Kearsley: A Desperate Fortune (Katherine Kellgren audio)
Terrifying Women: Mary Roberts Rinehart: Locked Doors (Anne Hancock audio)
Terror in a Small Town: Joy Ellis: Their Lost Daughters (Richard Armitage audio)

A Grimm Tale: Angela Carter: The Bloody Chamber (Emilia Fox / Richard Armitage audio)
Genre: Horror: Michael McDowell: Gilded Needles (R.C. Bray audio)
Gothic: Daphne du Maurier: Rebecca (3 audio versions, narrated by Anna Massey, Emma Fielding, and Emilia Fox)
Murder Most Foul: Anthony Berkeley: The Wychford Poisoning Case (Mike Grady audio)
Doomsday: Jennifer Wright: Get Well Soon

13: The Detection Club: Verdict of 13 (anthology)
Supernatural: Neil Gaiman: Norse Mythology (audio version, narrated by the author)
Free Space: Mavis Doriel Hay: Murder Underground (Patience Tomlinson audio)
Amateur Sleuth: Fredric Brown: The Fabulous Clipjoint
Southern Gothic: Sharyn McCrumb: The Ballad of Frankie Silver (audio version, narrated by the author)

Ghost Stories: Charles Dickens: The Ghost Stories, Vol. 1 (Phil Reynolds audio)
Cozy Mystery: Alan Bradley: The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie (Emilia Fox audio)
New Release: Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling): Lethal White (Robert Glenister audio)
Diverse Voices: Walter Mosley: White Butterfly (Michael Boatman audio)
Creepy Carnivals: Angela Carter: Nights at the Circus (Adjoa Andoh audio)

Fear the Drowning Deep: Daphne du Maurier: Frenchman’s Creek (John Nettles audio)
Classic Horror: Edith Wharton: Ghosts: Edith Wharton’s Gothic Tales (audio version, various narrators)
Darkest London: Andrew Taylor: The American Boy (Alex Jennings audio)
Genre: Suspense: M.P. Shiel: Prince Zaleski and Cummings King Monk
Relics and Curiosities: Terry Pratchett: The Colour of Magic (Nigel Planer audio)

 

My Square Markers and “Virgin” Bingo Card:

“Virgin” card posted for ease of tracking and comparison.

 


Read but not called


Called but not read


Read and Called

          

 
 
Wild Card Author: Neil Gaiman

 

Spreadsheet:

 

 

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