Janice reads

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Janice reads

Jan 3, 2:43 pm

Thanks so much for setting this up. I look forward to reading all the postings and trying some of the books mentioned.

Jan 3, 8:46 pm

Finished the first book of the year.

#1 The Last Devil to Die by Richard Osmon

Jan 5, 1:56 pm

#2 Proud Sorrows by James R. Benn

Jan 11, 5:13 pm

#3 Purrder She Wrote by Cate Conte
a perfect book to read while recovering from Covid---------word of advice, avoid Covid. Don't have a bad case, but it's bad enough!

Jan 13, 2:05 pm

#4 Home at Night by Paula Munter
An OK book. 5th in a series. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I had read some of the previous ones first.

Jan 19, 6:11 pm

#5 Past Lying by Val McDermont fist book of hers I have read. I will look for more.

Jan 23, 10:04 pm

#6 The Seagull by Ann Cleaves

Jan 24, 3:31 pm

I’m watching Shetland series by Ann Cleaves and it’s so good! Read the series several years ago and loved it.

Jan 25, 2:05 pm

#7 Nine Lives and Alibis by Cate Conte

Jan 26, 11:41 pm

# 8 Witness for the Persecution by E J Copperman

Jan 28, 3:03 pm

#9 Mulch Ado About Murder by Edith Maxwell

Jan 31, 3:27 pm

#10 Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths
A re-read. Enjoyed it the first time and the second.

Fev 5, 8:59 pm

I have not been having any luck reading so far this year. I had read 20 last year by this time. I have started and not finished at least 5 as well as read 10, but it seems I am having a problem picking books. sighhhhhhhhhh don't mind me, I'm just whining.

Fev 7, 12:23 pm

#11 The Raging Storm by Ann Cleeves

Fev 8, 7:32 pm

#12 Danger of Defeat by Edward Marston
I've read other books by him and enjoyed them more. Maybe my tastes are changing??

Fev 10, 5:17 pm

#13 Murder Most Royal by S J Bennett

Fev 11, 4:56 pm

#14 Death at the Savoy by Ron Base and Prudence Emery
First in a series. Don't think I'll read any more. Just silly and predictable.

Fev 14, 3:21 pm

#15 Nineteen Steps by Milly Bobby Brown
a good book, especially for a first novel

Fev 17, 8:33 pm

#16 The Paper Caper by Kate Carlisle

Fev 18, 7:13 am

>13 jbegab: whining encouraged when about books!

Fev 20, 3:30 pm

#17 The Art of Inheriting Secrets by Barbara O'Neal
a pretty good book, but it seems that there could have been more. Some unanswered situations. Maybe there will be a sequel??

Fev 21, 7:36 pm

#18 Deep Fried Death by Maddie Day

Fev 23, 10:26 pm

#19 Bright Young Things by Jane A Adams

Fev 24, 11:29 pm

#20 Fakes and Lies by Jane A Adams

Fev 26, 1:18 pm

#21 The Darling Dahlias and the Voodoo Lily by Susan Wittig Albert
I hadn't read any of her books for quite awhile. I am glad to have found her again.

Editado: Fev 28, 7:20 pm

#22 Antiques Foe by Barbara Allan
A truly silly book. I had to make myself finish it.
I did learn a new word though--tulpamancer --- doubt I'll ever use it.

Fev 28, 7:19 pm

#23 Kill them with Canvas by Bailee Abbott
another silly book. I seem to be on a roll.

Editado: Mar 2, 9:44 pm

#24 Hemlock by Susan Wittig Albert
A MUCH better book than the last two I read.

Mar 2, 9:46 pm

#25 Her Father's Secret by Sara Blaedel
I'm sure I read this before, plot seemed familiar. I have started the sequel, don't think I have read it.

Mar 5, 5:46 pm

#26 The Third Sister by Sara Blaedel

Mar 5, 7:15 pm

#27 Aunt Dimity and the Golden Heart by Nancy Atherton

Mar 7, 2:21 pm

#28 Reykjavik by Ragnar Jonasson and Katrin Jakobsdottir
A pretty good book, but the ending rather fell apart, I thought.

Mar 8, 1:49 pm

#29 Miss Morton and the English House Party Murder by Catherine Lloyd
First in a new series. I will look for the next one. She has written another series, I may look for those books too.

Mar 9, 1:09 pm

#30 Robert B Parker's Bye Bye Baby by Ace Atkins

Mar 10, 4:40 pm

#31 Murder in a Cape Bookstore by Maddie Day

Mar 12, 3:35 pm

# 32 The Clinic by Cate Quinn
this is her second book. I will look for her first.

Mar 14, 1:53 pm

#33 Castle Deadly, Castle Deep by Veronica Bond

Mar 16, 1:25 pm

#34 Believing the Lie by Elizabeth George
I always enjoy her books.

Mar 18, 1:01 pm

#35 Cyanide and Sensibility by Katie Oliver
Rather predictable as this type of book goes, but not a bad read.

Mar 21, 2:43 pm

#36 A Banquet of Consequences by Elizabeth George

Mar 22, 1:43 pm

#37 Death Comes to the Village by Catherine Lloyd
read it before, but a book of this nature was needed

Mar 23, 8:14 pm

#37 Deja Dead by Kathy Reichs
A good plot, but more info than I wanted about how to tell one saw cut from another, or a spectrometer reading of a glove.

Mar 26, 3:22 pm

#38 Miss Morton and the spirits of the Underworld by Catherin Lloyd

Mar 26, 8:50 pm

#39 Black Widows by Cate Quinn
I was anxious to read this book and compare it to The Clinic. Black Widows
was written first. In her author's notes at the end of The Clinic, she said that was the first book she had written sober. Both are well written, I think.

Mar 27, 12:54 pm

#40 The Christmas Guest by Peter Swanson
I usually don't care for short stories, but this one was good.

Mar 28, 2:02 pm

#41 The Cuckoo's Child by Marjorie Eccles

Abr 1, 7:46 pm

#42 Broadcast 4 Murder by J C Eaton
A silly book. Don't think I will read any more by this author, but, one never knows!

Abr 3, 7:28 pm

#43 Enigma by Catherine Coulter

Abr 5, 12:52 pm

#44 Flat White Fatality by Emmeline Duncan

Abr 5, 8:49 pm

#45 The Case of the Canterfell Codicil by Fitzsimmons
I finished the book, but the characters didn't endear themselves to me. Probably won't look for another by this author.

Abr 6, 1:00 pm

#46 Mrs. Pargeter's Patio by Simon Brett

Abr 7, 2:40 pm

#47 Silent voices by Ann Cleaves
a re-read. I do enjoy her books

Abr 9, 12:52 pm

#48 Murder Has a Motive by Francis Duncan

Abr 12, 1:26 pm

#49 Still Life by Val McDermid

Ontem, 8:49 pm

#50 Twisted Tea Christmas by Laura Childs