Tag Archives: Francis Beeding

Death Walks in Eastrepps (1931) by Francis Beeding

Today’s book was a re-read, for me. I remember enjoying this one a lot but couldn’t remember too much about it. The mystery centres on a serial killer, who seems to be taking out various residents of a seaside town … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night Bloggers: How to Stay Safe at School, College and University – according to Detective Fiction

A few weeks ago I gleaned advice on going on holiday, working in a theatre and visiting a country house from different crime fiction novels, so to kick start the Tuesday Night Blogger’s month long look at academic mysteries I … Continue reading

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Book of the Month: March 2016

This month has been another good one for reading, clocking up 19 books and even better a lot of them were brilliant ones. Here are a few highlights from what I have read this month: The Wooden Overcoat (1951) by … Continue reading

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The Norwich Victims (1931): A Stupendous Read by Francis Beeding

Vintage Mystery Scavenger Hunt Item: Shadowy Figure This is a book I have had on my TBR pile for a few months now and having read another of Francis Beeding’s works Death Walks in Eastrepps (1931), I was hopeful that … Continue reading

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