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After about 6 months, I realised that my favourite sort of mystery is the cozy(:ReplyDelete
Cozies can be so much fun! I am glad you found out which mystery you like best!Delete
Entering Drood for the Psychological suspense category.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog and offering suggestions. Enjoying this challenge.
I made my husband get me a copy of Drood for Christmas after it first came out. Still haven't read it. Ugh.Delete
Here's The Spy Novel: The Double Traitor by E.P. Oppenheim.ReplyDelete
Venturing away from what I normally read is fun too! I wonder if anyone has anymore "parody" novels to recommend? ^^ReplyDelete
Just one more to go! Hope one of our thursdays is missing counts as parody!ReplyDelete
For Police Procedural: Black and Blue by Ian RankinReplyDelete
Ten down, 2 to go. Just posted With a Bare Bodkin, Cyril Hare, Professional Thriller. Still have a Parody and a Locked Room mystery to go.ReplyDelete