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04 January 2017

WWW Wednesday

I absolutely love my Tuesday and Friday meme days and have decided to find more! This is my first time doing a WWW Wednesday, hosted over at Taking On A World Of Words.

What I'm Currently Reading
Ellery Adams
A Killer Plot

I've been meaning to start this series for a while now since I absolutely adore Ellery Adams. I'm only on the third chapter at this point and no one is dead yet, but I'm still enjoying getting to know the characters and if it's even half as enjoyable as her Book Retreat Mysteries were, then I know that I'm in for a fun couple of days! Right now the plan is to use it for this week's Book Beginnings & Friday 56 post, so feel free to stop by if you're curious to find out what my verdict is!

What I Recently Finished
Tracy Kiely
Murder at Longbourn

This was such a fun book! It's got a ton of great literary references to some of my all-time favorites, like Jane Austen and Agatha Christie. Since 2017 is my Year of Jane I thought it was a good book to start the year out with -- especially since the murder in question happened at a New Year's Eve party! I posted a teaser & ramble about it already if you want to check it out! (Highly recommended for cozy mystery fans & lit nerds like me!)

What I Think I'll Read Next
Vivian Conroy
Dead to Begin With

This totally wasn't in my original plans, but then I saw it on NetGalley (which I swore I would stay away from for at least 6 months and obviously failed miserably) and I couldn't resist. Vivian Conroy did an amazing job with the Lady Alkmene Callender historical mysteries that I read in 2016. This is the first book in a new series with a totally different setting -- present-day Maine instead of 1920s London. The book is being released on January 13th and I will probably be teasing and rambling about it this next Tuesday.

1 comment:

  1. Some great cozy mysteries here! I hope they're enjoyable. Maine in the summer sounds lovely but I'm imagining it quite differently from the cover just now. Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!