A Crime is Afoot Leisure Reading October 2020

leisure_reading_thumb_thumbLast month I read:

The Woman in the Wardrobe (1951) by Peter Shaffer

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (1934) by Agatha Christie

Maigret and the Wine Merchant, 1970 (Inspector Maigret #71) by Georges Simenon. Translated by Ros Schwartz

The Plague Court Murders, 1934 (Sir Henry Merrivale #1) by John Dickson Carr, writing as Carter Dickson

Death Comes to Cambers, 1935 (Bobby Owen #6) by E. R. Punshon

It Walks by Night, 1930 (Henri Bencolin, #1) by John Dickson Carr

John Grant’s Review of Grand Guignol, 1929 by John Dickson Carr A Bencolin novella that served as the basis for Carr’s first full-length novel It Walks by Night (1930).

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