It's Sunday Post time! This is hosted by the awesome Caffeinated Book Reviewer and gives us all a chance to recap our week.
What I Got:
The Masterpiece by Fiona Davis - I'm really excited about this one set in Grand Central station in 1928 and 1974. I'm really looking forward to learning more about the station itself and the history of the two women. (NetGalley)
A Howl of Wolves by Judith Flanders - I enjoyed a previous book by this author and I loved the premise of this one. It sounds like something out of Agatha Christie or Ngaio Marsh when the main character and her boyfriend (a Scotland Yard detective) go to a play they soon realize that the figure hanging from the rafters is in fact a dead body. (Publisher)
I have a few others in my inbox but I haven't sorted through everything yet.
Reading: Murder in the Bowery by Victoria Thompson and Chicken Culprit by Vicki Walton
Listening: I just finished The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny so I'm catching up on podcasts until the next one comes in from the library.
Watching: I've finished my binge of the true crime show called Disappeared and so far nothing else has really replaced it though I am enjoying this season of The Voice so far.
Off the Blog:
This weekend I'm in south Mississippi spending time with my grandparents. I'm guessing there will be lots of movie watching and that kind of thing. I was hoping that most of the week would be spent getting caught up so I'd be ready to go out of town but things never seem to work out that way. Maybe next week!
I also did the first post in a new feature called My Classic Movie Essentials. This month's movie was Mrs. Miniver from 1942. It's one of my absolute favorites.
On the Blog:
Wednesday: Queen Anne's Lace - Cozy Mystery Review
What's Coming Up:
Monday: Ramblings from the Stacks - Is This Book Too Dated?
Tuesday: Top Ten Tuesday - 5 Signs You're in a Cozy Mystery and 5 Signs You Aren't
Wednesday: Hero's Return - Contemporary Romance Review
Thursday: Chicken Culprit - Cozy Mystery Review
Friday: Friday Linkups with Current Book
Have a great week and happy reading!