The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book Of The Month – October 2019

Oh good, it’s Hallowe’en, the annual day where little children play dress-up and older children (and a few adults) use it as an excuse to either extort with menaces or just throw eggs at houses and cars. It’s safe to say I’m not a fan of it. US readers, it’s not the same over here as for you guys – we don’t spend nine billion dollars celebrating it…

So let’s talk about something much less depressing – it’s Book Of The Month time. Hurrah!

Thirteen books in total – actually fifteen, but I haven’t got round to reviewing two of them yet, and one was a re-read – and they were…

Book of the Month? Well, it could be The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, but as that’s less of a mystery, and as ever, Paul Doherty’s book in in contention, but I’m going to give it to the other contender – Puzzle For Players. I’m really enjoying the Peter Duluth stories and looking forward to reading more and more of them.

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