Friday, May 4, 2012

May is Murder and Mayhem Month

Over on, a sub-group of my buddies in the 75 Books for 2012 Challenge group have decided to specify May as Murder and Mayhem month.  So surprise, surprise, I joined in to that one!  I always have a stack of murder and mysteries sitting here either on the NOOK, in a physical pile, or on my MP3.  Here are some that are candidates for completion.

Oh--- I've a batch I'm itching to read - enough for a year of Mays - I'm going to challenge myself to read ten of them. Every last one of these is already sitting on a shelf or on my Nook or my MP3. I need to clear these out.

Elegy for Eddie by Jacqueline Winspear

The Bitter Truth and The Unmarked Grave by Charles Todd - blog tour for TLC scheduled for June 18th
Love Songs from a Shallow Grave by Colin Cotterill
On What Grounds Cleo Coyle
Affairs of Steak by Julie Hyzy
Murder on the Rocks by Karen MacInerney already finished - review coming this week.
Murder in the Blood by Gene DeWeese
Dare to Die by Carolyn Hart
Dreaming of the Bones Deborah Crombie
Death in a Funhouse Mirror by Kate Flora
The Dogs of Rome by Conor Fitzgerald
Deadly Blessings by Julie Hyzy
The First Patient by Michael Palmer
Saving the Queen by William F. Buckley
Capital Offense: 8 by Barbara Mikulski
Death at La Fenice by Donna Leon
Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie
Stork Raving Mad by Donna Andrews
Think of a Number by John Vernon
The Trail of the Wild Rose by Anthony Eglin
Three Day Town by Margaret Maron

I thought about showing all the covers, but my blogger platform is being very twitchy tonight, so I'll post them as I complete the books and post reviews.

Do you have a favorite Murder/Mayhem read to suggest? I'm always looking for a good mystery.


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