Comments: 5
BrokenTune 7 days ago
We've basically had the "lockdown" declared an hour ago. I could do with some comforting distraction by way of Golden Age mystery.

I can get my hands on these:

- The Body in the Dumb River by George Bellairs
- To Love and Be Wise by Josephine Tey (a re-read but I love Tey, as most people on here will know by now)
- The Case is Closed by Patricia Wentworth
- No Wind of Blame by Georgette Heyer

If going for a Miss Silver, I may propose a drinking game for when ever Miss Silver coughs, which given the current circumstances would be very inappropriate on the part of Miss Silver anyway.
Moonlight Reader 7 days ago
Lol. I'm good with any of those. Lillelara/Themis - are you interested? Anyone else?
Any or all of the above!
Lillelara 7 days ago
What a fabulous idea :). I have to work on Saturday, so it would be very nice to look forward to something comforting in the evening.

My first choice would be the Wentworth one as well, because of A) the drinking game ;) and B) I ordered a used copy of No Wind of Blame (which I totally forgot about) before all of this started to happen and the book hasnĀ“t arrived yet. I would like to give the post one more week to deliver it.
Mike Finn 7 days ago
My first choice would be Tey and then Wentworth and then Michaels but I'll read any of them.