WWW Wednesday 8/2/23

It has been a very hectic week for me and the rest of the week is also looking extremely busy so overall I haven’t had much time to read but still I am going to try and read as often as I can.

Happy Wednesday!

However, to start, its that time of the Week again! WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme that was revived by Taking on a World of Words. I like it cause it is fairly simple but allows me to check in with my reading but also with you!

WWW Wednesday asks just three questions:



The Murder Game
Tom Hindle


About the book:

One house. Nine guests. Endless motives for murder…
In the seaside town of Hamlet Wick, nine guests assemble for a New Year’s Eve party to remember.
The owner of Hamlet Hall has organised a murder mystery evening with a 1920s twist, and everyone has their own part to play.
But the game has barely begun when one guest is found dead – killed by a fatal injury to the head.
With no phone signal and no way out of the house, the others are trapped with a killer in their midst.
Someone is playing by their own rules. And in a close-knit community, old rivalries run deep…

My Thoughts:

I am still not very far into this one due to how busy life in general has been but So far it is what I have come to expect from Tom Hindle. I really enjoyed A Fatal Crossing and this is starting out just an intriguing. I am hoping once things settle a bit I can finish it quickly.

The Library Suicides
Fflur Dafydd

Release Date: 22/1/23

About the book:

You can get in. But you can’t get out. Welcome to the library…
Twins Ana and Nan are lost after the death of their mother. Everyone knows who drove Elena, the renowned novelist, to suicide – her long-term literary critic, Eben. But the twins need proof if they’re going to get revenge.
Desperate to clear his name, Eben requests access to Elena’s diaries at the National Library where the twins work, and they see an opportunity. With careful planning, the twins lock down the labyrinthine building, trapping their colleagues, the public and most importantly Eben inside. But as a rogue security guard starts freeing hostages, the plan unravels. And what began as a single-minded act of revenge blooms into a complex unravelling of loyalties, motives and what it is that makes us who we are.

My Review

The Secret of Chimneys
Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie Project

About the book:

What is The Secret of Chimneys? A young drifter finds out when a favor for a friend pulls him into the heart of a deadly conspiracy in this captivating classic from Agatha Christie. Little did Anthony Cade suspect that an errand for a friend would place him at the center of a deadly conspiracy. Drawn into a web of intrigue, he begins to realize that the simple favor has placed him in serious danger. As events unfold, the combined forces of Scotland Yard and the French Sûreté gradually converge on Chimneys, the great country estate that hides an amazing secret.

My Thoughts:

So I am going to see The Mousetrap soon so I know I am going to be in a real Agatha Christie Mood so I want to have some on hand. I haven’t dipped into the independent mysteries much before so I think now is as good a time to start as any.

So that is my WWW post for this week. I will see you next Wednesday to update you. What are you reading this week? Have you finished anything lately you loved?

I would love to chat all things bookish with you! You can comment down below or find me on Twitter or Goodreads!

Happy Reading!

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