Beware the Ides of March

Every month I try to group the books I read & review around a theme.  Sometimes the theme is obvious, sometimes  it’s a bit esoteric.  March, in the end, was an easy one –  mysteries. Here is a re-cap of the books featured:

Just because you’re wonderful  –  below is the  link back to another mystery novel I loved and reviewed all the way back in 2008:

And here’s the New York Times review of the book I didn’t finish in time.

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2 thoughts on “Beware the Ides of March

  1. saw your comment on Beth Fish Reads and had to stop by. I loved Important Artifacts and didn’t know anyone else who had heard of it! so different and such a commentary on life and love. also, anything by Perez-Reverte is good in my book! have a good weekend!

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  2. Barbara – So happy I caught your interest… I hope you had a chance to look at my review.

    What I liked best about ‘Important Artifacts’ is how it allows the reader to piece together the story. When I have seen other reviews (and you’re right, there aren’t as many as there should be) the repeated sentiment is that the reviewer/reader wished they’d thought of it first. It is such a great idea.

    By the way, did you notice the postcard message from Harold in the very front of the book – dated later than all the other items? So clever!

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