Sunday, December 13, 2015

Challenge Wrap-Up: 2015 Cloak and Dagger Reading Challenge

The 2015 Cloak & Dagger Reading Challenge was originally hosted by Amy @ A Bookish Girl, and later handed over to Elizabeth @ Thoughts of an Evil Overlord. Lately, Elizabeth has been having some health problems, so she's taking a little break from blogging. Could this challenge be bringing bad luck? Hmmmm....

Anyway. I signed up at Level Three ("Flavia de Luce" - read 15 books), and didn't have any problem meeting that goal. Here's what I read:
  1. The Red House Mystery. A.A. Milne
  2. As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust (Flavia de Luce #7). Alan Bradley
  3. The Case of the Velvet Claws (Perry Mason #1). Erle Stanley Gardner
  4. Let Sleeping Dogs Lie ("Sister" Jane #9). Rita Mae Brown
  5. A Fine Summer's Day (Inspector Ian Rutledge #17). Charles Todd
  6. As the Crow Flies (DI Nick Dixon #1). Damien Boyd
  7. Fear the Darkness (Brigid Quinn Thriller #2). Becky Masterman
  8. Gently Does It (Inspector George Gently #1). Alan Hunter 
  9. A Saintly Killing (Faith Morgan Mystery #3). Martha Ockley 
  10. Beethoven's Tenth (Frank Ryan #1). Brian Harvey 
  11. Vertigo. Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac 
  12. Tail Gait (Mrs. Murphy #23). Rita Mae Brown
  13. The Angel Court Affair (Thomas & Charlotte Pitt #30). Anne Perry 
  14. The Forgotten Room (Jeremy Logan #4). Lincoln Child 
  15. In the Dark Places (Inspector Banks #22). Peter Robinson 
  16. A Man of Some Repute. Elizabeth Edmondson
  17. The Postman Always Rings Twice. James M. Cain 
  18. Champagne For One (Nero Wolfe #31). Rex Stout 
  19. The Maltese Falcon. Dashiell Hammett 
  20. Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Potting Shed Mystery #3). Marty Wingate
  21. Backstabbing in Beaujolais. Jean-Pierre Alaux, Noël Balen; trans. by Anne Trager 
The 2016 Cloak and Dagger Challenge is being co-hosted by Stormi @ Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh My!, and Barb @ Booker T's Farm.

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