Not being much for horror, I usually focus on indulging in mysteries and supernatural stuff during the annual R.I.P. spooky reading challenge. This year is the 16th or XVI running of the spooks and here's my lineup for R.I.P. XIV:
- The Guest List, by Lucy Foley - I've been wanting to read this for awhile, and I picked it up at the cute indie bookstore when I was up in Steamboat Springs a couple of weeks ago.
- Thornyhold, by Mary Stewart - it's been way too long since I read anything by Mary Stewart, who is always good for a spinechilling tale.
- Jamaica Inn, by Daphne du Maurier - again, too long since I indulged in a DDM story.
- A Dance of Cranes, by Steve Burrow - I recently finished book four in the Birder Murder mystery series and am eager to see what happens next!
Speaking of mysteries, I am thoroughly enjoying Only Murders in the Building, starring and produced by Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. It takes place in NYC and is so much fun, especially the all-star cameos. I think everyone wanted to have a piece of this show.