Part 2 of the 'Let's Go on a Picnic' Series.
February is almost over and I completely enjoyed the short story challenge. While I haven't yet completed reading 'Murder British Style,' here is the last set of stories that I enjoyed reading: The Case of Mr. Foggart- Arthur Morrison The Case of the Late Mr. Rewse- Arthur Morrison In The Fog- Richard Harding Davis Will... Continue Reading →
It's unbelievable how fast the month has passed and now week 3 has come to an end. Well, as I said last week, I started had reading 'Murder British Style.' While all the stories are not connected to murder (which was a slight disappointment considering the book's name), here are ones I really liked: The... Continue Reading →
I finally completed the rest of the stories in 'The Best Crime Stories.' My favourites this week were: The Homesick Buick- John D. Macdonald The Mallet- James Hilton Jericho And The Two Ways To Die- Hugh Pentecost The Victim- P.D. James Dusk To Dawn- Cornell Woolrich From next week I'm planning on starting a... Continue Reading →
Week one of February is done and so are a few very interesting stories. Here is so far my list of favourites from the book 'The Best Crime Stories.' The Avenging Chance- Anthony Berkely The Farewell Murder- Dashiell Hammett The Hammer of God- G.K. Chesterton The Man Who Knew How- Dorothy Sayers They Never Get... Continue Reading →
After reading Richard Robinson's post on Short Story February, I decided to join in. I will be starting with: The Best Crime Stories Will be posting updates about the stories I like the most.