Book review: Strangled in Paris

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Strangled in Paris

I was thrilled to finally try this series by two popular French authors (Claude Izner being their pen name).
Plus, Strangled in Paris takes place in mostly in Paris, obviously, during La Belle Époque, and Victor Legris, the investigator asked to solve the murder of a young woman, is a book-seller! What is not to love here!

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The top 10 Books to read in December 2016

Here are

The top 10 books I plan to read
in December!

 Click on the covers to know more

CURRENTLY READING

  occult-paris    the-typikon-decoded

A Beautiful Blue Death    highland-storm

Occult Paris
= for review for France Book Tours
The Typikon Decoded
= a very detailed and historical presentation
of the Orthodox Typikon
A Beautiful Blue Death
= first book in a series,
has been on my Netgalley shelf for a long time
Highland Storm
= the latest book
in the series I’m currently translating into French 

READING NEXT

fairy-tales     The World Between Two Covers 

strangled-in-paris  Oswald

Fairy Tales for the Disillusioned:
Enchanted Stories from the French Decadent Tradition
= received for review from Princeton University Press
The World Between Two Covers
= I have been trying to read this one for a while,
this month maybe!
Strangled in Paris
= #6 in a series I have not discovered yet.
An older Netgalley title.
Oswald
= thoroughly enjoyed book 1 in the series,
I hope to finally get to this one

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

          the-phantom-of-the-opera  three-men-in-a-boat

The Phantom of the Opera
= for The Classics Club.
I know it’s silly to read it in English,
when French is my native language,
BUT Ralph Cosham is the narrator,
so how could I pass?
Three Men in a Boat
= also for Classics Club
 

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR DECEMBER?

The top 11 Books to read in November 2016

Here are

The top 11 books I plan to read
in November!

 Click on the covers to know more

CURRENTLY READING

     martin-of-gfenn  the-word-exchange

my-life-in-christ    highland-storm

Martin of Gfenn
= a medieval historical novel
that should be quite enjoyable
The Word Exchange
= has been far too long on my Netgalley shelf.
I’m at 25%, I hope it’s going to speed up…
My Life in Christ
= started months ago,
stopped to read the life of a couple of Orthodox saints.
Time to go back to it
Highland Storm
= the latest book
in the series I’m currently translating into French 

READING NEXT

   the-only-street-in-paris  A Beautiful Blue Death

The World Between Two Covers  strangled-in-paris

Oswald

  The Only Street in Paris
= brought back from BEA,
just released yesterday
A Beautiful Blue Death
= first book in a series,
has been on my Netgalley shelf for a long time
The World Between Two Covers
= I have been trying to read this one for a while,
this month should be it!
Strangled in Paris
= #6 in a series I have not discovered yet.
Another older Netgalley title…
Oswald
= thoroughly enjoyed book 1 in the series,
I hope to finally get to this one

CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

          a-tree-grows-in-brooklyn  the-phantom-of-the-opera

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
= thrilled to be listening again to Barbara Rosenblat,
whom I enjoyed so much in the series with Mrs Pollifax
The Phantom of the Opera
= these 2 titles are on my list for The Classics Club.
I know it’s silly to read it in English,
when French is my native language,
BUT guess who’s the narrator?
Ralph Cosham the great!,
who I so much enjoyed in Louise Penny’s series.
 

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR NOVEMBER?