Re: What are you reading?
I visited the Sherlock Holmes museum in London earlier this week, so I'm on a Sir Arthur Conan Doyle kick. The Red-Headed League makes me laugh every time I read it.
I'm also reading The Sticklepath Strangler by Michael Jecks. Jecks has written a series of medieval murder mysteries set in the English county of Devon, where I live. If you enjoy Ellis Peters' Brother Cadfael books you'll probably enjoy Jeck's books.
Oh wow, I love Cadfael. I will definitely have to add those books to my list. Sounds like something right up my alley! Thanks!
PS. I like your blog
Historical crime and mystery books are my favourite fiction genre. I love Susannah Gregory's books, too, which are set in Tudor times.
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