Here's my wrapup post for Bev's Just The Facts, Ma'am challenge of 2018. I'm a Detective Sergeant in the Gold era, but a mere Constable in the Silver. Well, I did expect to do better in the Gold era. Here's the list of books:
1.) E. R. Punshon's Music Tells All. 1948. Crime-solving duo.
2.) Rex Stout's Not Quite Dead Enough. 1944. In the Armed Services
1.) Michael Innes' The Secret Vanguard. 1940. Pseudonymous author.
2.) Erle Stanley Gardner's The Case of The Haunted Husband. 1941. Alliterative title.
1.) Michael Innes' Lament For A Maker. 1938. During a recognized holiday.
2.) Nicholas Blake's The Corpse In The Snowman. 1941. During a weather event.
1.) Patricia Wentworth's Eternity Ring. 1948. In a small village.
2.) Michael Innes' Operation Pax. 1951. In a hospital/nursing home.
1.) Erle Stanley Gardner's The Case of the Velvet Claws. 1933. Death by shooting.
2.) Georgette Heyer's Footsteps In The Dark. 1932. Death by strangulation.
1.) E. C. Bentley's Trent's Last Case. 1913. 'Best of' list.
2.) Charles Dickens' The Mystery of Edwin Drood. 1870. Favorite author.
1.) Michael Innes' The New Sonia Wayward. 1960. In the Armed Services.
1.) Julian Symons' The Blackheath Poisonings. 1978. Means of murder in the title.
1.) Ellis Peters' Black Is The Colour of My True Love's Heart. 1967. Special event (folk festival).
1.) Peter Robinson's The Hanging Valley. 1989. In a small village.
1.) Ross Macdonald's The Blue Hammer. 1976. At least two deaths by different means.
2.) L. R. Wright's The Suspect. 1985. Death by blunt instrument.
1.) Erle Stanley Gardner's The Case of the Curious Spinster. 1961. TBR list.
Here's my filled out cards:
Thanks, Bev, for hosting!