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Murder by Death

I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.

Black Out!!

Well, I've done it; I didn't think I would, but I sucked it up and read the science fiction, survived it (relatively) unscathed and have blacked out my Summer Book Bingo card.



As you can see, Easter is beyond thrilled about it.


So the books I read are:

Fantasy:  On the Edge - Ilona Andrews

Historical:  Old Herbaceous - Reginald Arkell

Young adult:  Love, Lies and Spies - Cindy Anstey

Book adapted from the big screen: Murder by Death - H.R.F. Keating

Beach, sand or sun on the cover: Cat Sitter's Nine Lives - Blaize and John Clement

Summer word in title: Aunt Dimity and the Summer King

Mystery or suspense: Deadly Desires at Honeychurch Hall

Read in a boat, tent or cabin: Hammered

A book with 400 plus pages: The Improbability of Love

Romance: Venetia

Book bummer or bust: Happily Ever After

New to me author: The Semester of Our Discontent

First in a series: A Muddied Murder

Comfort read: Persuasion

Read on vacation: Marked Masters

A Book on my shelves for more than 1 year: The Readaholics and the Falcon Fiasco

A Book by a dead author: The Unadulterated Cat

A Book published in June, July or August 2016: Grace Sees Red

A Re-read: A Murder of Magpies

A Book with a Terrible Cover: Death and Relaxation

A Hard Book: Stephen Fry's Incomplete and Utter History of Classical Music

A comic or graphic novel: Superior Iron Man

Travel: Planes, Trains or Road Trips: Sprig Muslin

Space Opera or other Sci-fi:  Shades of Grey


Thank you again to Moonlight Reader for the brilliant idea, the time it took to create the Bingo card and the incredible thoughtfulness and generosity of offering prizes.  I had so much fun with this and it helped me get through a dreary Melbourne winter.  :)