My kind of mystery 2015 Reading Challenge

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Between Feb 1, 2015 and February 1, 2016, I will try to read between 21-30 mysteries, that’s the Hidden Doorways level. I hope to read a lot by Louise Penny, among others.

  1. Cognac Conspiracies, by Alaux and Balen
  2. The Bullet, by Mary Louise Kelly
  3. Floats the Dark Shadow, by Yves Fey
  4. The Figaro Murders, by Laura Lebow
  5. Mayhem in Margaux, by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen
  6. The Third Rule of Ten, by Gay Hendricks
  7. The Fourth Rule of Ten, by Gay Hendricks
  8. The Collector, by Anne-Laure Thiéblemont
  9. The Bookseller, by Mark Pryor
  10. Montmartre Mysteries, by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen
  11. The Crypt Thief, by Mark Pryor
  12. The Woman in White
  13. Cover Her Face, by P.D. James
  14. A Fatal Grace, by Louise Penny

 

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23 thoughts on “My kind of mystery 2015 Reading Challenge

    • thanks for encouraging me to read more DG. As for the riddle, the whole game seems complicated to me, I never really understood how it worked, so I never took part I think, or I may have tried once.

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      • You had only to ask! I post a clue that is more general. If you have ideas about whom it might be, just e-mail me your guesses. As many times as they occur to you. If someone gets it on the first clue, I do a draw from among those people (or sole person, which is why guesses are e-mailed).

        The next clue is easier, a little more obvious. Again, e-mail as many guesses as you like. There is nothing to lose. With my groups so small; I will make the last clue very obvious, or just do a draw among everyone who tried! 🙂

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      • What’s stopping you? Many of our members do. I simply give until January 31 so no one is busy finishing challenges at Christmas. 🙂 I would be happy to have you again, Emma. I’d love to hear if you planted the Marigolds you won several months ago and the unique Dorothy Gilman book. 🙂

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        • I did plant the marigolds back in April: I do that every year, all along our vegetable garden, perfect to avoid bugs or critters without putting any chemicals. So thank you, and that gave me the idea to keep the seeds for next year, so I have all my supplies for next veggie season.
          I LOVED Dorothy’s book, it’s one of the books I read in 2015 that are still waiting to be reviewed, I’ll be talking about that issue in my Jan recap, live tomorrow.
          And I will post the review one day!
          I’m all set for all my challenges, I set everything up at the end of December. So will see next year. I like being able to see who are the other participants who joined and visit their blogs.

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