Happy Christmas reading!

Among the various books that I’ll be reading over the next few weeks will be several seasonal classic crime stories.

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One is the mystery Murder for Christmas by Francis Duncan which he wrote in 1949. Β It was the second in his Mordecai Tremaine series, and a book that I don’t think I have ever read.

 

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Another is Silent Nights – Christmas Mysteries which is an anthology of stories edited by Martin Edwards. Β It includes ones by well known authors like Dorothy L.Sayers as well as little-known writers such as Ralph Plummer.

 

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For my e-reader I’ve bought Hercule Poirot’s Christmas by Agatha Christie. Β I’m sure to have read this, albeit a long time ago, but don’t recollect the story.

 

Happy Christmas reading!

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20 Responses to Happy Christmas reading!

  1. VP says:

    We’ve just read and reviewed ‘A Christmas Carol’ in book club, I enjoyed it and was surprised how different it was to the various TV/film adaptations.

  2. Liz says:

    I really enjoy Dorothy Sayers and pulled The Nine Tailors from my bookshelf last year to reread. It sounds as though you’re well stocked with Christmas reading. Enjoy!

  3. CJ says:

    Nice to have a little festive reading isn’t it. I hope you enjoy them. CJ xx

  4. karen says:

    Happy reading πŸ™‚ x

  5. Jo says:

    I’ve just read Hercule Poirot’s Christmas and really enjoyed it, I’m sure you will too.

  6. menhir1 says:

    Murder wrapped up in various packages for Christmas….novel!
    XX

  7. Some excellent ideas! I always like an M. R. James ghost story at Christmas?

  8. snowbird says:

    What an interesting array of books. Enjoy!xxx

  9. Jo says:

    I’ve ordered a six for Β£10 range of books specifically for reading over Christmas. Hope you enjoy yours x

  10. nikkipolani says:

    I’m wondering which Sayers tale is in your anthology. She’s one of my favorites. Enjoy your reading!

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