***2015 Vintage Bingo Challenge Change Alert: due to financial constraints, I am forced to revise my prize offerings for 2015. Please see the original challenge post via the Headquarters link for details.***

I hope you will check out the new Super Book Password Challenge. Everyone is welcome to guess the Password--no reading participation required. Debbie and Ryan are in stiff competition with their guesses and John has joined in with a round of winners yet. Come and give them a run for their money!

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

WWW: Wednesdays

WWW: Wednesdays is hosted by MizB over at Should Be Reading.

To play along, just answer the following three questions....

*What are you currently reading?
*What did you just recently finish reading?
*What do you think you'll read next?

Current: McKee of Centre Street by Helen Reilly (another of my vintage mysteries). This is a detective novel of Centre Street and the New York police. In it you will meet Inspector McKee, tight-lipped, cold-eyed, a hunter of men and the most absorbing sleuth since Lieutenant Valcour. I'm not very far into to it, but this strikes me as a very early police procedural. The story centers on the death of a dancer at a high-tone speakeasy. Who shot Rita Rodriguez as she twirled and whirled on the dance stage?

Read Since Last Wednesday (click titles for reviews):
Something New by P. G. Wodehouse
The Silk Stocking Murders by Anthony Berkeley
Zubin Mehta: The Score of My Life by Zubin Mehta
The Thornthwaite Inheritance by Gareth P Jones

Up Next:
Leave It To Psmith by P. G. Wodehouse: The next Blandings Castle book for my Wodehouse Challenge.
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson (need to get started on my Gothic Challenge)


CMash said...

Just stopping by to make sure you didn't fall off the wagon...waves waves

Sue H said...

Hope you don't mind me tagging along - this challenge looks great so I've signed up for it too! Love your blog by the way - so many interesting things to see!

Teacher/Learner said...

I loved Shirley Jackson's short story The Lottery & haven't read it since high school. Hope her novel is just as good!

Yvonne said...

Nice list off books!