Friday, January 8, 2010

Friday Finds/January 8


1. In light of my current interest in Swedish writing, Janice recommended in a comment, The Ice Princess by Camilla Lackberg.

2. Two recommendations by Martin Edwards: Death Wore White by Jim Kelly and An English Murder by Cyril Hare.

3. There are several on Miss Lemon's list of her top ten crime books that I want to read; a couple by Agatha Christie. I've read about The Sittaford Mystery too often to put off reading it much longer.

4. Speaking of top ten crime fiction, I am finding many, many titles I want to read on the lists people have submitted at Mysteries in Paradise. If you are interested in mysteries/crime fiction at all, you'll love reading these lists.

You may check out links to other Friday Finds here.

9 comments:

  1. I hope your finds are good reads! I'm not really a mystery-lover but I don't rule them out entirely.
    Love the January poster on your blog : )

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  2. Thanks for stopping in, Mary. I love the poster, too. I wish there were one for every month!

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  3. You know, I should really pick up Agatha Christie again too. Good picks and love the blog header. :) My find is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  4. Thanks for coming by, Alayne. I love AC!

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  5. The Sittaford Mystery is very atmospheric. Hope you enjoy it, and the rest of your list sounds very interesting. I would like to try The Ice Princess myself - only not right now whilst it's so cold in the UK!

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  6. Stephanie, there is something about a mystery that is so satisfying. Thanks for coming by.

    Staci, I like keeping track of them this way. I can just click on ff and find them all.

    Susan, it sure is. It's an old WPA poster.

    Rambling Fancy, I kinda like reading about cold when it is cold. :<) 5º F. here today.

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