Friday, October 30, 2020

Do the Fright Thing

Looking for something new to read that’s also appropriate for this Halloween weekend? Check out Janet Rudolph’s very long list of Halloween-related crime fiction in Mystery Fanfare. I admit to having read only a few of these works, but many of their titles are amusing. For instance: Antiques Maul, by Barbara Allan; All Hallow’s Evil, by Valerie Wolzien; From Bad to Wurst, by Maddie Hunter; Wed and Buried, by Toni L.P. Kelner; A Room with a Brew, by Joyce Tremel; and Trick or Treason, by Kathi Daley.

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