Monday, June 13, 2011

Inspiration Board: Mysteries

Another day, another re-post, my little blogovians: if you like this Inspiration Board, search for more in the search box at the top of the blog or click on the label of the same name in the tag cloud to your right, scroll down, down, yes, there, the tag cloud. Enjoy.

In 2009 I read 5 mysteries which were the first in a possible series. If the authors of the books pictured below do decide to write sequels, I will be looking forward to reading about: the narcoleptic detective from the Little Sleep, the precocious teenage sleuth from the Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, Delhi's finest detective from the Case of the Missing Servant, Chet the Dog and his human partner from Spencer Quinn's Dog On It and the lawyers whose offices are at 221 B Baker Street where letters to Mr. Holmes are still received, and answered, in the Baker Street Letters.

PS: if this blog had an editor, he/she would have helped me with that first sentence. Rewrites welcomed.

PPS: this is me 2 years later: there have been terrific sequels to some of these book.s Alan Bradley has written two more titles in the Flavia de Luce series; the library owns two more Chet and Bernie mysteries by Spencer Quinn; there is one more Vish Puri mystery by Tarquin Hall; and one more Baker Street mystery by Michael Robertson. Now I have to track down the ones I've missed!

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