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Agatha Christie

A nice light mystery and Agatha Christie never disappoints! This time I spotted the perpetrator early on, but the author kept me guessing even so, as the twists and turns she threw in complicated the search for the culprit. After … Continue reading

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Winter Time

Here’s to warm and cosy firesides on cold winter nights!  Here’s to winter reading, bowls of soup and cups of hot tea or chocolate.  Here’s to favorite authors, long absorbing reads, old friends we once again pick up off the … Continue reading

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Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie

Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie My rating: 4 of 5 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this mystery! Agatha Christie keeps me guessing every time! Who was it this time? Several family members stood to gain from the death of Dear Aunt … Continue reading

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Agatha Christie’s “Endless Night”

Endless Night by Agatha Christie My rating: 4 of 5 stars (Agatha Christie tricked me! again! sigh). “Endless Night” is another mystery, although at first I had to say, I was ‘taken in’ and decided that,  Christie had departed from … Continue reading

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A Tommy and Tuppence Mystery

“By the Pricking of My Thumbs” is a fast read, and a fun one! Tommy and Tuppence have an elderly aunt who is quite feisty and for some reason, doesn’t like Tuppence.  Tuppence takes it all in stride and goes along … Continue reading

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A Pocket Full of Rye

 A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie My rating: 5 of 5 stars< I am once again back to the tried-and-true authors…those that I have found over the years to be refreshing, enjoyable, comforting, or for whatever other reason, … Continue reading

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N or M?

N or M? by Agatha Christie My rating: 3 of 5 stars It is the first half of World War 2. Agatha Christie, along with her fellow countrymen/women, is coping with food shortages, bombs falling, waiting in lines endlessly (only … Continue reading

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