Wednesday, June 1, 2011

WWW: Wednesdays

WWW: Wednesdays which is hosted by MizB ofver at Should Be Reading. This is a weekly meme that I have been participating in for over a year now.

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?

The Caravaggio Books by Bernard Peterson: Death by Degrees--Steeped in prominence and tradition, Kingsford University offers academic excellence for those fortunate enough to be accepted into its hallowed halls. Unfortunately, one among them is a killer. Art professor Hilda Robertson is stabbed to death in a locked carrel in the high-security university library. Detectie Philip Constanza suspects that only someone in the tightly knit campus community could have plotted, schemed, and ultimately committed the crime. A retired professor of English is the next victim, a desperate act by an increasingly desperate killer, one that leads the Kingsford police to a murderer whose motive is most chillingly academic.

Read Since the Last WWW: Wednesday (click titles for reviews):
Clouds of Witness by Dorothy L Sayers
The Bloody Wood by Michael Innes
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
Howards End Is on the Landing by Susan Hill

The Religious Body by Catherine Aird
The After House by Mary Roberts Rinehart

Up Next:
The Lost Art of Reading: Why Books Matter in a Distracted Time by David L Ulin
The House of Paper by Carlos Maria Dominguez
The Secret of Lost Things: A Novel by Sheridan Hay
The Savage Garden by Mark Mills
The White Woman on the Green Bicycle by Monique Roffey


Unknown said...

I've been looking at The White Woman and the Green Bicycle, it seems fascinating.

Here's mine:

Anonymous said...

Hmmm.... The Lost Art of Reading: Why Books Matter in a Distracted Time sounds so serious, but interesting!

Here's my WWW Wednesdays (June 1) post!

CMash said...

Hope you are back to 100%. And as always, you amaze me in how much you read in a week. I wish I could accomplish 1/2 of what you read, must be my age :(

Yvette said...

The Caravaggio Books? I've never heard of these. Wow - this sounds good. Thanks for letting me know. Sounds like something I'd really like.