This mystery, originally published in 1944 and set in a military hospital during the Blitz, is a fun and fiendish puzzle with a soapy hospital drama feel!
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Review: Death of a Bookseller by Bernard J Farmer
The 100th instalment in the British Library’s Crime Classics series is a fantastically fun bookish romp of a mystery!
Review: Post After Post-Mortem by ECR Lorac
A really enjoyable murder mystery that strikes just the right balance between cosy and exciting!Continue reading “Review: Post After Post-Mortem by ECR Lorac”
Review: Which Way? by Theodora Benson
This book, which explores a young woman’s life across three alternate timelines, was so good that I can’t stop thinking about it!Continue reading “Review: Which Way? by Theodora Benson”
Review: Murder After Christmas by Rupert Latimer
The week between Christmas and New Year seemed like the perfect time to review this festive classic crime novel!Continue reading “Review: Murder After Christmas by Rupert Latimer”
Review: Fearsome Fairies, ed. Elizabeth Dearnley
This stunning collection of tales about the Fair Folk is a must-have for any fan of fairies in all their weird, scary glory.Continue reading “Review: Fearsome Fairies, ed. Elizabeth Dearnley”