2019 Calendar of Crime Challenge

Just discovered this awesome

Calendar of Crime Challenge pix

2019 Calendar of Crime Challenge

Calendar of Crime Checkoff Sheet

Click on the banner to join the challenge.
The blogger can send you a real Excel File
I’ll add my titles here as I go along

  1. The Plotters: could fit for Jan/March/Sept
  2. The Woman in the Window: could fit for Jan/May/July/Oct/Nov
  3. Drive your Plow over the Bones of the Dead: could fit for Jan/Oct/Nov
  4. Crimson Lake, by Candice Fox
  5. Redemption Point, by Candice Fox
  6. The Night Before, by Wendy Walker
  7. A Long Way Down, by Randall Silvis – for Criminal Element
  8. A Better Man, by Louise Penny – for Criminal Element
  9. The Gomorrah Gambit, by Tom Chatfield – for Criminal Element
  10. The Sentence is Death, by Anthony Horowitz – ebook
  11. The Reunion, by Guillaume Musso – for Criminal Element
  12. La fille de Brooklyn, by Guillaume Musso – in audio
  13. La vie secrète des écrivains, by Guillaume Musso – in audio
  14. Sang Famille, by Michel Bussi – in audio
  15. J’ai dû rêver trop fort, by Michel Bussi – in audio


LAST EDIT on 12/30/2019:

I read 32 mysteries in 2019, and most of them are crime fiction [see here], but I’m not going to waste my time trying to fit the titles with the chart for this challenge. It contains categories like the author’s birth month. I have no idea, and for me, it’s totally irrelevant. I should have paid more attention before launching into this challenge.

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