My reading experience this last November boils down to five books.
Among them my first encounter with a novel by Paul Halter, an author I’ll certainly read again soon.
Besides, I returned to read one of the few Maigrets I had still missing and I’m lacking only one to complete the full series of Poirot’s mysteries.
The Seventh Hypothesis (Dr Twist #6), 1991 by Paul Halter (trans. John Pugmire) A+
Clouds of Witness, 1926 (Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery # 2) by Dorothy L. Sayers (C)
The Perfect Crime: The Big Bow Mystery (1891) by Israel Zangwill (A)
Elephants Can Remember, 1972 (Hercule Poirot #32) by Agatha Christie (D)
Maigret’s Childhood Friend, 1968 (Inspector Maigret #69) by Georges Simenon (tr. Shaun Whiteside) (A+)