If you haven't already, please sign up for the Merely Mystery Challenge here!
One of my favorite parts of challenges is supporting and cheering on my fellow participants--not to mention all the great new-to-me book recommendations I come across! Please leave direct links to your April/May review posts for qualifying reviews for the challenge here. Participants without blogs can post reviews on general review sites such as LibraryThing, Goodreads or Shelfari. And if you have the time, stop by and check out some of your fellow participants reviews as well! I am sure they would love to hear from you!
Please include your name or blog name along with the title of the book you reviewed as well as a direct link to your review post (not just a general link to your blog). Thank you!
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Ooh, good luck with this challenge!ReplyDelete
My book this month is C is for Corpse~ I'm so glad I didn't procrastinate this month(:ReplyDelete
Crime at Black Dudley for Cozy categoryReplyDelete
I have finished books for 4 of the 12 categories. Having some problems with some of the categories, especially The Inverted Detective Story. Finding types of mysteries I don't usually read is part of the fun, though.ReplyDelete
I have added Dying Light (Hard Boiled) and A Duty to the Dead (Psychological Suspense).ReplyDelete
The Man in the Queue by Josephine Tey is a police proceduralReplyDelete
He Who Whispers (Locked Room)ReplyDelete
The Thief Who Couldn't Sleep (caper). The first one I added this month was:ReplyDelete
The Redbreast (police procedural)
Just added my Whodunit. Only 4 more types to fill in. One will be easy (Professional Thriller), the others not so easy.ReplyDelete