A Crime is Afoot Leisure Reading January 2021


leisure_readingI read this month:

Rim of the Pit, 1944 (Rogan Kincaid #2) by Hake Talbot

The Judas Window, 1938 (Sir Henry Merrivale # 7) by John Dickson Carr, writing as Carter Dickson

Death from a Top Hat, 1938 (The Great Merlini #1) by Clayton Rawson

The Chinese Orange Mystery, 1934 (Ellery Queen Detective #8) by Ellery Queen

Nine Times Nine, 1940 (Sister Ursula #1) by Anthony Boucher

Locked Doors, 1914 (Hilda Adams #2) by Mary Roberts Rinehart

The Buckled Bag, 1914 (Hilda Adams #1) by Mary Roberts Rinehart

Miss Pinkerton (UK title: The Double Alibi), 1932 (Hilda Adams #3) by Mary Roberts Rinehart

The Peacock Feather Murders, 1937 (Sir Henry Merrivale #6) by Carter Dickson (About to finish reading it today).

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