First, books I read last January, whose reviews I posted later on:
The Case Of The April Fools (1933) by Christopher Bush (#9 in Ludovic Travers) (A)
Have Mercy on Us All, 2001 (Adamsberg #3) by Ferd Vargas (Tran: David Bellos) (A)
Secondly, books I read and reviewed during this month of February 2018:
Maigret’s Doubts, 1958 (Inspector Maigret #52) by Georges Simenon (Trans: Shaun Whiteside) (A+)
Masters of the “Humdrum” Mystery: Cecil John Charles Street, Freeman Wills Crofts, Alfred Walter Stewart and the British Detective Novel, 1920-1961, by Curtis Evans (Highly recommended)
Mystery in the Channel, 1931 (Inspector French #7) by Freeman Wills Crofts (A)
Maigret’s Mistake, 1953 (Inspector Maigret #43) by Georges Simenon (Trans: Howard Curtis) (A+)
And finally, books I’ve read or that I’m presently reading whose reviews I’ll be posting soon:
Death Makes a Prophet, 1947 (Superintendent William Meredith #11), by John Bude
This is How it Ends (2018) by Eva Dolan
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe, 1940 (Hercule Poirot # 19) by Agatha Christie
Fortunately, the weather forecast for the coming days announces rains, the much needed rains, which will certainly help me finish the readings and reviews I still have pending. Stay tuned.
2 thoughts on “A Crime is Afoot: February 2018 Leisure Reading”
A great set of titles. I will be looking forward to seeing what you thought of Death Makes A Prophet!
Very entertaining and funny, Aidan!