Sunday, May 9, 2010

Literally Literary Murder

Wow. A new motive for murder. That's always a plus in least in my book. And this story of a unique murder motive in a unique (for me) setting was really intriguing. I saw a post on Virtual Bookshelf (an app on FaceBook) where someone said they knew the why but didn't figure out the who. I knew who...I just wasn't sure why. I'm intrigued by Batya Gur and her Jerusalem setting. I will probably keep an eye out for the other three mysteries in this series.

Having finished this one, I've now moved on to Robert Barnard's Death & the Princess. Barnard is always good for a satiric skewering of various stereotypes. I don't expect him to disappoint with this one....

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