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Murder Has a Motive (1947) by Francis Duncan

I didn’t have the strongest of starts with this author, with a poorly paced read in Murder for Christmas (1949), putting me off trying another. However, positive reviews from bloggers such as Tom Cat on other titles by this author … Continue reading

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Meme: New to Me Authors, October to December 2015

This is a meme which Kerrie over at Paradise-Mysteries blog has created so click on the link to find out more about it and also to see other contributions by other bloggers including Jose Ignacio’s who writes the blog A … Continue reading

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10 (ish) Christmas Mysteries You Should Try

Amidst Christmas preparations, hopefully you will all still have a little time to crack open a book and some of you may even want to get into that Christmassy mood by reading a Christmas set detective novel. Nothing like a … Continue reading

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Tis the Season for Murder in Francis Duncan’s Murder for Christmas (1949)

‘No one could have foretold how it was going to end. Not even the murderer.’ Source: Review Copy Over the years I have read books which have started with prefaces, introductions and forewords but I think this is the first … Continue reading

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