November 2017-What are you reading?
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Sadly, it has closed. It was always a favorite destination whenever I visited Seattle (from Evanston, adjacent to Chicago). I always loved chatting with the staff about mysteries and getting ideas for new books or authors to try. When I couldn’t get to Seattle to visit, I often checked out their website for staff reviews and lists of award winners (e.g., Edgar’s) to get reading ideas. The owner has a long blog post about the various reasons for the demise of the shop: Amazon, big national bookstores, publication practices, reading habits and others.
I will miss it!
Not sure what to read next. Thinking about reading the latest Dennis Lehane novel.
The Execution of Sherlock Holmes
compelling so far; set in East Texas
Happy Thanksgiving to all.
Nothing Bad Happens Here, by Nikki Crutchley
The Memory Watcher, by Minka Kent
Family Matters, by Anthony Rolls
The Seagull, by Ann Cleeves
Mind Your Own Murder, by Jolán Földes
Force of Nature, by Jane Harper
Half Broken Things, by Morag Joss
The Woman in Cabin 10, by Ruth Ware
All the Colours of Darkness: DCI Banks 18, by Peter Robinson
Into the Shadows (Kennedy & Trentham Mystery Book 1), by Shirley Wells
Bad Boy: DCI Banks 19, by Peter Robinson
The Harbour Master, by Daniel Pembrey - my current read
At any rate, The Devil's Company is very engaging and I know where to find at least one of its predecessors at the used bookstore :)