21 July 2013

Mystery Bookshelves

mystery bookshelves

Many thanks to Alison Hughes!


  1. A Broad Abroad21 July, 2013 07:23

    So, choosing a good mystery using this method could be considered ‘a turn up for the books.’ (grin)

    PS. AJH says thank you for the honourable mention.

  2. Perhaps we should have sponsored a pun competition or figure out rebus-type answers. Interesting to think that a simple Nook, Kobo, Kindle, or iPad of today would have been the sci-fi bookshelf of only a few years ago.

    A bow and tip o' the hat to Alison and all of her kinfolk.

  3. LOL. I hope I got the internet speak right.


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