I’m a fan of Agatha Christie. Her classic who-dun-its are always filled with twists, suspicion, and slights of hand. This current one I read, Hercule Poirot’s Christmas was no exception. (Let me tell you, the warm Christmas fuzzies it will not give you) There is one thing I learned while reading my latest mystery:

SUSPECT EVERYBODY!!! (and I do mean E.VERY.BO.DY.) That way you’ll never be wrong! Ha! (and you were expecting something profound)

But now I have a terrible delimma. I finished my book so quickly I never stopped to think what to read next! I am in a book coma, people! How can I leave behind the characters I was beginning to know? Alas, I need to move on.

SO, I’ve come up with a few options, ones that carry some intrigue yet still have an amount of coziness to them. Which one do you think I ought to read next?

  1. The Heather Hills of Stonewycke by Michael Phillips
  2. Leota’s Garden by Francine Rivers
  3. The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain
  4. Villette by Charlotte Bronte

Or maybe you know a good book you think I’d enjoy. I’d love to hear your recommendations!


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