Book Review. The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side by Agatha Christie.

‘Life is a kind of one-way track – just their own progress through it. Other people seem to them just like – like wall-paper in a room.’ She paused and then said. ‘I think Heather Badcock was that kind of person.’ the mirror crack’d from side to side: ‘the doom has come upon me.’ cried … Continue reading Book Review. The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side by Agatha Christie.

Book Review. After the Funeral by Agatha Christie.

Ooh I cracked who the murderer was in After the Funeral. Well, sort of. I did wonder why they were still around. I suspected almost every character in After the Funeral. At one stage - Maude, never the husband Timothy, Susan and even the old butler, Lanscombe. More Agatha Christie names Abernethie and Lansquenet. I … Continue reading Book Review. After the Funeral by Agatha Christie.

Book Review. Murder at St Anne’s by J. R. Ellis.

The reader is introduced to a whole community of people in Murder at St Anne’s and because there has been a murder in the very church of this community, they all have their own alibis, knowledge and secrets, which the individuals are fearful of divulging to Inspector Oldroyd. I liked that Murder at St Anne’s … Continue reading Book Review. Murder at St Anne’s by J. R. Ellis.

Book Review. 4.50 from Paddington by Agatha Christie.

‘Less serious? Fiddlesticks!’ said Mrs McGillicuddy. ‘It was murder!’ ‘Yes, but who killed her, and why, and what happened to her body? Where is it now?’ ‘That’s the business of the police to find out.’ McGillicuddy, Eyelesbarrow, Crackenthorpe – I have no idea of the origins of these names, but they feel as if they … Continue reading Book Review. 4.50 from Paddington by Agatha Christie.

Round-up of Books I have bought recently

Do I need any more books? No. no I don’t, but - beside the point. Here are some of the books I downloaded/were approved to read on Netgalley recently. Quit like a Woman The Radical Choice to Not Drink in a Culture Obsessed with Alcohol – Holly Whitaker The Book Depository This cost 1 pound … Continue reading Round-up of Books I have bought recently