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?
- The Heather Hills of Stonewycke by Michael Phillips
- Leota’s Garden by Francine Rivers
- The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain
- Villette by Charlotte Bronte
Or maybe you know a good book you think I’d enjoy. I’d love to hear your recommendations!