it’s easy to see the influence of this past Tuesday’s review of Murder on Black Swan Lane in this stack. I had a surprising number of books in this series buried in the virtually towering TBR pile, so there wasn’t as much left for me to pick up as I feared. The whole thing is such a clear candidate for the “comfort read” subsection that I couldn’t resist!
The two books I’m really looking forward to in this stack are A Curse of Krakens and Death in the Dark Woods. I picked up the audio of A Curse of Krakens because the whole, vast saga – at least so far – is a giant exercise in literally storytelling, as the reader is just listening in with the rest of the “local” audience as the story is being told. Audio SO works for that format.
I’m every bit as curious about Death in the Dark Woods as I was about the first book in its series, A Death in Door County, because the premise is such a hoot. Or whatever sound a yeti might make. The amateur detective is a professional cryptozoologist, and it seems like she has a gift for solving real-world murders while investigating sightings of mythical creatures.
Chinese Prodigal by David Shih
A Curse of Krakens (Seven Kennings #3) by Kevin Hearne (eARC and audio)
Death in the Dark Woods (Monster Hunter Mystery #2) by Annelise Ryan
Foolish by Sarah Cooper
Grievar’s Blood (Combat Codes #2) by Alexander Darwin
Land of Milk and Honey by C Pam Zhang
Masters of Death by Olivie Blake (audio)
Murder at the Merton Library (Wrexford & Sloane #7) by Andrea Penrose
The Parrot and the Igloo by David Lipsky
Saevus Corax Captures the Castle (Corax Trilogy #2) by K.J. Parker
Unlikeable Female Characters by Anna Bogutskaya
We Are the Crisis (Convergence Saga #2) by Cadwell Turnbull
Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
At the Feet of the Sun (Lays of the Hearth-Fire #2) by Victoria Goddard
Boldly Go by William Shatner (audio)
The Hands of the Emperor (Lays of the Hearth-Fire #1) by Victoria Goddard
Murder at the Royal Botanic Gardens (Wrexford & Sloane #5) by Andrea Penrose
Murder at the Serpentine Bridge (Wrexford & Sloane #6) by Andrea Penrose
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