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The Thursday Murder Club – Richard Osman

The Thursday Murder Club is the first novel produced by British Television quiz show designer, quiz show host, and panel show regular, Richard Osman. I am a big Osman fan. If he is on a show, I’m tuning in. I first encountered his work on the show Pointless, which he co-hosts with Alexander Armstrong. Then he has hosted and guested on my favourite panel show, Have I Got News For You. More recently he has hosted the celebrity quiz show, Richard Osman’s House of Games. When I…Continue readingThe Thursday Murder Club – Richard Osman

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January Reading Round Up

My January reading round up will be a little smaller than most. It’s not that I’ve done less reading, it’s just that at Christmas, I received Niall Ferguson’s, Kissinger. I’m finding that it’s a fascinating book, but it’s very dense and it’s a lot of work trying to work my way through it. However, I did manage to work my way through four other books during January January Book Reviews. All Our Relations – Tanya Talaga One of the most troubling…Continue readingJanuary Reading Round Up

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August Reading Round Up

August Reading Round UpMy reading for August includes a little bit of history and a whole lot of mystery. A couple of the mysteries, are food related. One of the others features the first work by a now long established writer, and the final book on the list is by my favourite detective fiction writer of all. July Round Up The English Civil Wars – John Miller I came across this book one lunch hour as I was looking for…Continue readingAugust Reading Round Up

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May Reading Round Up

March Reading Round Up – April Reading Round Up May marks my third monthly reading round up. Last month the focus seemed to be mainly on various cozy mysteries. This month I’ve got a couple of more cozies, and another one of the Bruno books that I read. Along with them there are three more books where France and French food play a major role. There’s a book about dining alone, and finally the biography of one of the most…Continue readingMay Reading Round Up

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April Reading Roundup

Last month I gave a reading roundup post a first try. I’m going to give it another go for April. Last month my focus seemed to be on books related to French cuisine in the middle of the 20th century. This month most of the books fall into the category of cozy mysteries. A Cozy Mystery April: I started back into reading detective fiction a few months ago. As a result, I discovered this whole sub-genre of detective fiction known as…Continue readingApril Reading Roundup