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bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
Finished this yesterday evening in the car while my grandson was at a basketball practice. Another enjoyable Brather Athelstan medieval murder mystery. Thanks again Deltic. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13221481

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 2 replies
One of a good medieval mystery series, a Christmas gift from Deltic. Many thanks my friend, it's one I hadn't read yet.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
I finished this at 3 a.m., suffering from insomnia because I had laryngitis, bronchitis and a very persistent cough!!! A cozy mystery, easy to read, nicely distracting, so perfect while feeling sorry for myself. An e-boo…


bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
This is my next, an e-book to carry around on my iPad.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
Finished this last night: http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/14137962

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
I've decided to give the SIY challenge a break for this quarter, but hopefully will be back for SIY#40 in the spring, when the weather is better and the dog and I will be able to slip away for a quiet read in the park.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
I'm afraid I didn't manage to Reach my goal this time. Life seems to be very hectic in our house at the moment. I'm finding it hard to find a quiet, warm room to just sit back and read for any length of time, especially …


bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
Up next a Dalziel and Pascoe murder mystery with a month in the title, one of Plum's suggestions.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
I finished this but sadly this book is beyond saving: http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7691580

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
...that Trooper Jerry Jackson was on his way to pick me up, I cut old Mrs Agnew off in the middle of a symptom and told Alice to let the folks in the waiting-room know that they could take their chances in sticking aroun…

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
A collection of 15 short murder stories, introduced by Isaac Asimov, and involving cats. I picked this partly because cats purr when happy but also because (as I mentioned to my daughter just a few days ago) the best so…

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
I never got around to this e-book, so it's gone back in my e-library.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
It took me longer than expected because of a busy time before and during Christmas. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7604278

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
...this is going to be a tricky one, true to form for Plum-CRAZY and DAFFYdil! But after a stroll through my TBRs, both real books and e-books, I've come up with more than enough to keep me going through the month. 2…

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
And have you been naughty or nice Deltic! Will you be getting a lump of coal or a new choo-choo train this year?

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 4 replies
[[ Not an obvious choice! Can I claim that it was a Christmas RABCK? No, I thought not :-) I'm baking a gammon on Christmas Eve so Father Christmas could possibly enjoy some nice cold Ham on his rounds .... And he'll b…

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
...pierced the eye and brain of King Henry II of France." From "Catherine de Medici", a biography by Leonie Frieda.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 2 replies
I really want to read this over 500 pages of small print biography (thank you Nu-Knees) and have been waiting for a Plum theme that it would fit. Having read Plum's own convoluted excuse 🙄!!! I've sort of found a way …

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
...and Luca Ginelli could barely catch his breath as he studied the monitors." From "Wanted" by Nick Stephenson

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
Next up with St Nick in mind.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
Rats! One page into this and I realised I'd read it two or three years ago and don't want to reread it. I've now deleted it from my e-book shelves.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago | 1 replies
One of Santa's gloves of course, preferably a red one with a white fake-fur cuff.

bluenoser 4 yrs ago
A good read that I had to keep reading until after midnight for the twists at the end! http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11329930

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