Review: a Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie

I am a big Poirot fan, but Agatha Christie isn’t just known for Poirot, miss Marple is one of her greatest creations as well. So here I am, reviewing my first miss Marple book! The premise sounded really interesting to this one! A burglar gets shot, old ladies get killed, who’s behind all this?? Miss […]

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Review: the Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is one of the THE Poirot novels you should read. At least, that’s what I’ve been told, did I like it as much as the hype would make me believe I would love it? I was REALLY excited to read this one. It is apparently the most famous Poirot novel […]

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Review: the Allington Inheritance by Patricia Wentworth

Here we are again with my favourite detective novelist; Patricia Wentworth! This time we are talking about the Allington Inheritance. I loved reading this book, it was a quick read and it was a really nice story. But then I finished and started thinking about it, and I realised that this is not my favourite […]

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Review: Clouds of Witness by Dorothy L. Sayers

What do you do when you are a gentleman detective and your brother gets accused of murder? That’s what happens in Clouds of Witness! The Peter Wimsey series is definitely the funniest detective series I’ve ever read. I mean, his full name is Peter Death Bredon Wimsey. Yes, you read that right, his second name […]

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Review: the Case is Closed by Patricia Wentworth

I keep talking about detectives, but I should really talk more about Patricia Wentworth! So here we are with another review! I have mentioned before that Patricia Wentworth is definitely a detective to look out for, and this one is a great first detective! But there are so many detective novels out there, why is […]

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Review: the Sign of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle

Here we are again with another Sherlock Holmes novel! How did I enjoy this one? Ok, I’ll get this out of the way first, this is my favourite Sherlock Holmes story by far. Mary gets introduced in this one too! Why do I love this story so much? Because the main characters are ridiculous and […]

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Review: Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie

Will I ever stop reading detectives? No. Will I ever stop writing detective reviews? No. So here we are again, with another Poirot novel! Basically, Clara wants to know whether he mum killed her dad or not, because she received a letter from her mum stating that she was innocent. Is this just sentiment to […]

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Children’s Book Sunday: the Mystery at Lilac Inn by Carolyn Keene

One of these days I’m not going to review any more Nancy Drew books, but today is not that day. Here we are again, with another Nancy Drew book, the fourth one to be precise. The Nancy Drew series is written and set in the 1950s, and I believe this one is the most 50s-esque […]

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Review: the ABC Murders by Agatha Christie

We get it, I love detectives. So here we go again, with a review about another Agatha Christie story! I dare to call myself an expert on detectives, both novels and series, and I think what I’m talking about. I like Agatha Christie because usually I can’t guess who’s the killer. But damn, I found […]

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Review: a Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle

I love the series Sherlock. I love the movie adaption of Sherlock Holmes. I love detectives. I love the Victorian Era. So why did I never READ the Sherlock Holmes series? So here we are, and I finished the first one in the series! Oh lordie. I loved it. I absolutely loved it. I mean, […]

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