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Halloween Bingo 2019 PreParty — Question for 08/06 (Day 6): Favorite Seasonal Covers — Mysteries and Crime

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Summer Reading 2019

  So, summer reading is shaping up as rather busy this year:   First of all, there is Summer of Sherlock, for which my reading list is already as long as a whole year’s worth of reading would have been for me once upon a time.  I’ll also be watching the two Rivals of Sherlock […]

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KYD Green Round: Victim Card Guess, Team MbD / Lillelara / TA – Agatha Christie: One, Two, Buckle My Shoe for Ariadne Oliver

  Since Agatha Christie has recently been observed visiting Scotland Yard (and we know she’s not the suspect), I think it just might be possible she’s been asked to identify one of the victims as Mrs. Oliver.  Of course, the identification might have come out as a negative, but then again … it might not.  […]

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Halloween Bingo 2017: Update 1

  My Square Markers: Black Kitty: Read but not called Black Vignette: Called but not read Black Kitty in Black Vignette: Read and Called   Current Status of Spreadsheet:   Books Read / Listened to – Update 1: Terry Pratchett: Equal Rites The first book of the Witches subseries and one of the earliest Discworld […]

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Agatha Christie: Hallowe’en Party

One of Christie’s final Poirot novels, and one of the few books that stand out favorably among her final books overall.  There is the odd passage here and there where Christie reveals that she really was not – nor did she seem to want to be – in touch with the England of the 1960s, […]

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