and for November........
The Red House Mystery
I thought we had already read this in the Club, but apparently not! So here it is for November.
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Held up at work, so couldn't make the meeting. Strange little story but I enjoyed the conversation between Gillingham and his chum Bill. The relationship worked. Not necessarily a nugget of gold, but I'm glad I read it.
0 · November 7, 2013
I'm sorry I didn't make it this evening...horrible headache :(
0 · November 6, 2013
Darned work keeping me. Enjoy and see you in December :-)
I thought we'd read this too.
0 · October 28, 2013
I've barely got time to digest Gently with the Painters - where is this year going?!!! See you on the 2nd Oct.
0 · September 24, 2013
Is it the older equivalent of 50 Shades of Grey? Will invest in a cover!
Er, re the Georgette Heyer. I'm shocked! I've promised never to read her simply because I'm a snob. I shall have to get plain brown cover if I do pick up a copy! Have you seen the Telegraph list of crime books to read? Herewith http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/3671363/50-crime-writers-to-read-before-you-die.html
0 · June 6, 2013
The Butler Did It! Crime Book Club
The murder mystery book club for the armchair sleuth.
Our first ever meeting was held on Wednesday 1st September 2010. Since then, we have met the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30 pm, when we have discussed the Club's chosen crime novels.
You're welcome to join us, as we continue the tradition. New members and visitors, always welcome!
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Crime writer Mary Roberts Rinehart is credited with inventing the phrase "The Butler Did It" from her novel The Door (1930).
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