Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Like Mystery Stories?

I have been reading books by author SUE CRAFTON,
a Kinsey Millhome Mystery.
She has a number of books out. The first one is
"A" is for Alibi
"B" is for Burglar
"C" is for Corpse
"D" is for Deadbeat
"E" is for Evidence
"F" is for Fugitive
"G" is for Gunsmoke
"H" is Homicide
"I" is for Innocent
"J" is for Judgment
"K" is for Killer
"L" is for Lawless
"M" is for Malice
"N" is for Noose
There may be more by now but this is the ones I have borrowed from a friend.
I'm on "H". They are a easy read, no bad language.
I love a good mystery...........
What do you like?


Mari said...

I've never heard of these. I bet I would like them though. Have you ever read the cat books? The cat who... They are about a detective and his cats that "help" solve mysteries. There are a lot of them at the library.
I also like religious fiction - like Karen Kingsbury. She's an excellent writer.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Oh, well, yes. I really do..but not before I go to sleep. I wasn't quite sure what you were referring to above. Most of what I read are historical novels or biographies such as "We Two" about Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Nancy said...

I haven't heard of these books either but they sound interesting for sure.

Cherdecor said...

I must tell Alan about these books. He likes mysteries. He read all those books called the cat who.