Tag Archives: Georgette Heyer

A Blunt Instrument (1938) by Georgette Heyer

I believe this is my first Heyer review on the blog. I read all of her mystery/thriller novels a few years ago, so this is a re-read for me. I was particularly interested in giving Heyer a re-read in light … Continue reading

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Tuesday Night Bloggers: First Encounters

To kick the year off the Tuesday Night Bloggers are looking at crime fiction firsts this month. Already we have had posts looking at the origins of detective fiction, John Dickson Carr’s Dr Fell series and J. J. Connington’s first … 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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