Just The Facts, Ma’am: Challenge Completed

Well, there were times when I thought I wasn’t going to complete this challenge. It was set by Bev over at My Reader’s Block (amid many others) and I’d seen a few blogging chum give it a go in previous years, so I thought I’d try it this year. It would involve reading sixty Golden Age mysteries over the course of a year. How hard could that be?

Well, it started well, but after a while, it did become harder to tick certain boxes. Even simple things like some of the murder methods in HOW became hard to tick. But with Inspector French And The Starvel Tragedy, I finally managed to tick the last box.

So, here are my results, along, with no good reason, my favourite title from each category in pictorial form.

WHO:

WHAT:

WHEN:

WHERE:

HOW:

WHY:

When Bev puts her summary page up, I put a link to it here so you can see what my fellow bloggers have been reading. In the meantime, thanks to Bev for putting this challenge together – loads of fun and I’ve read a number of books that I wouldn’t normally have, some of which were rather good…

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