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2015 Editions of the Color Coded , Mount TBR and Vintage Mystery Bingo Challenges--as well as Read It Again, Sam (due to popular demand)-- have been posted. I am also introducing my newest brain-child: Super Book Password. Please check it out!

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Sunday, February 27, 2011

Another One Bites the Dust....



One more Challenge complete. This time it's my very own Vintage Mystery Reading Challenge. Given that vintage mysteries are my primary love in the reading world, this one wasn't all that difficult. Of course, it doesn't help my cause any when I pick up two challenges for every one that I complete. As with my other completed challenges, I'm not done with vintage mysteries just because I've completed my goal of 16 or more. I'll still be reading and posting about those good old classic crimes.

Here's my list for the challenge:

Take 'Em to Trial: 16 or more Books

Black Orchids
by Rex Stout (1941) [read/reviewed 1/21/11]
Cordially Invited to Meet Death
by Rex Stout (1942) [read/reviewed 1/22/11]by Rex Stout (1942) [read/reviewed 1/22/11]
The Silk Stocking Murders by Anthony Berkeley (1928) [read/reviewed 2/19/11]
Rope's End, Rogue's End by E. C. R. Lorac (1942) [read/reviewed 1/26/11]
The Leavenworth Case by Anna Katherine Green (1878) [read/reviewed 2/8/11]
McKee of Centre Street by Helen Reilly (1933/4) [read/reviewed 2/23/11]
5 Bullets by Lee Thayer (1944) [read/reviewed 1/12/11]
The Chinese Orange Mystery by Ellery Queen (1934) [read/reviewed 1/13/11]
Dividend on Death by Brett Halliday (1939)
[read/reviewed 2/27/11]
Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie (1923)
[read/reviewed 1/9/11]
The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L Sayers (1934) [read/reviewed 1/3/11]
Police at the Funeral by Margery Allingham (1931) [read/reviewed 1/1/11]
The Fashion in Shrouds by Margery Allingham (1938) [read/reviewed 1/25/11]
A Graveyard to Let by Carter Dickson (1949) [read/reviewed 1/31/11]
Why Shoot a Butler by Georgette Heyer (1933) [read/reviewed 2/2/11]
You Can Die Laughing by A. A. Fair, aka Erle Stanley Gardner (1957) [read/reviewed 2/24/11]



5 comments:

Hott Books - Gina said...

You are all over these challenges! WOW!!

Yvette said...

So does that mean you get to win your own prize? Good job, Bev. I'm still moving along at my own slow pace. We do, after all, have a year. Theoretically.

Bev Hankins said...

No prize for me. I was just playing along for the fun of it.

Charley said...

Congrats! I'm at 2 of 6 for your challenge.

SenoraG said...

Congrats Bev. Were you wearing your Grinch shorts while reading these? ;)