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    I Love a Mystery

    I'm really missing the Delicious Death group from Over There (Agatha Christie fans, we did RALs with themed knitting and crochet pattern suggestions). Is anyone interested in joining a group for lovers of mystery stories, not just Christie ones, to do something similar? if so, comment here and if there's enough interest I'll set one up.

    #2
    I wasn't in the group before, but you'd be hard pressed to find a bigger fan of Dame Agatha than me. I also like to watch British mystery shows like Foyle's War, Endeavor, Midsomer Murders ... Put me down as interested.
    Shelly in South Carolina

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      #3
      Please also include me on the list. I like them all, except the really violent ones. A woman getting brutally raped in the first couple of pages is a no.

      patty

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      • FreedomLover
        FreedomLover commented
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        There's no worry about that happening in an Agatha Christie.

        Edit: I see the OP says other writers might be included.

      • Lemming13
        Lemming13 commented
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        Don't worry, I'm thinking more "cosy" mysteries - though I'm also a horror fan I do prefer my mysteries more genteel than graphic.

      #4
      Count me in!!

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        #5
        It sounds like fun!

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          #6
          Can we listen to audio books while we craft? Lol.

          I could be interested.
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            #7
            Lemming13 I'm in!

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              #8
              love the idea.
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              2020 stash busting WTD. 2 YTD. 27

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                #9
                I really love a good mystery. patty I agree I do not like graphic violence, my imagination works just fine. I've been binging on cozy mystery books.

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                  #10
                  Char I love to listen to audiobooks while I craft. I think audiobooks should definitely "count".

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                    #11
                    I love a good mystery. My favorite is the cozy genre but right now I'm working through Golden Age detectives. I'm on my second Dorothy Sayers and I must say I'm loving me some Lord Peter Whimsy. I tend to get on reading binges. I took my sister to see Holmes and Watson last summer and that started a Sherlock binge. And last September my niece and I saw the Mousetrap which started a Christie binge. I usually listen to audio-books in the car so I can avoid politics and political advertisements. At home I support local libraries by downloading ebooks-for free!

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                      #12
                      Sounds good to me. I wasn't in the group on That Other Place, so I am not entirely sure whether this is the one for me, but I am definitely interested.

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                        #13
                        I'm interested!

                        My local library has a pretty limited selection and it is hard to get newer releases, but the older books, like Christie, Sayers, Chesterton and Doyle might be accessible.

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                        • Char
                          Char commented
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                          Does your library by chance do “Overdrive”? You might check it out or if a reciprocal library has it. :-)

                        #14
                        Sounds interesting!
                        "Restriction of free thought and free speech is the most dangerous of all subversions. It is the one un-American act that could most easily defeat us." -William O. Douglas, author

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                          #15
                          I would be interested. I like mysteries of the the Jessica Fletcher variety, nothing too gory.

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