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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.

My tentative Bingo plan

How gorgeous are these bingo cards? Moonlight Madness has spoiled us with our custom cards.  Thank you heaps to both her and Obsidian Blue for all their hard work - and it IS hard work, as Themis-Athena and I found out last December.

 

Travel plans will likely made it difficult to impossible to stick with a reading plan, but I'm doing one anyway, because picking books is almost the best part of the game (almost).

 

 

First Row:

Southern Gothic: Houses of Stone - Barbara Michaels  

Fear the Drowning Deep: Pirate King - Laurie R. King  

Modern Noir: The Fourth Bear - Jasper Fforde  

Relics & Curiosities: TBD

Country House Mysteries:  Thirteen Guests - Jefferson Farjeon  

 

Second Row:

Amateur Sleuth: A Room with a Brew - Joyce Tremel  

Doomsday: Magic Triumphs - Ilona Andrews  

Spellbound: Familiar Motives - Delia James  

Cozy Mystery: Toucan Keep a Secret - Donna Andrews  

Terror in a Small Town: Killer Characters - Ellery Adams  

 

Third Row:

Murder Most Foul: Booked to Die - John Dunning  

New Release: TBD  There won't be any shortage of options.

Free Square:  TBD

Classic Horror: TBD

A Grimm Tale: TBD  (I'm annoyed about this one, because the book I've been listening to the last couple of week, Witches Abroad - Terry Pratchett  is perfect for this square.)

 

Fourth Row:

Darkest London: The Sherlockian - Graham Moore  

Shifters: Wild Hunger - Chloe Neill  

Baker Street Irregulars: The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure - Robert Arthur  

Romantic Suspense: The Ebony Swan - Phyllis A. Whitney  

13: The Thirteenth Tale - Diane Setterfield  

 

Fifth Row:

Cryptozoologist: Time's Convert - Deborah Harkness  

Genre: Suspense: Locked Doors - Mary Roberts Rinehart  

Diverse Voices: TBD

Gothic: Not after midnight: And other stories - Daphne du Maurier  

Ghost Stories: The Haunting of Fox Mill - Phyl Cooke