March — A Month of Mystery

A new month, a new TBR theme!  It’s mystery  month here at the AllDragonsRead lair and these are some of the titles I’m looking forward to diving into…

I’m very familiar with the works of all three of these authors, so I decided to  put them at the top of my list for the month.  Peter May’s Runaway tells the tale of a man whose history comes back to haunt him.  Force of Nature brings back Federal Agent Aaron Falk investigating the disappearance of a woman on a company retreat.  And what would a month of mystery be without some real-life mysteries?  The late Ann Rule (who I consider the Queen of true crime) looks into the strange death of former Washington State Patrol trooper Ronda Reynolds in one of her last published works, In the Still of the Night.  This one hits very close to home for me, taking place only a short drive from our home in Lewis County, Washington.  After following the case for years in the local paper, I’m extremely curious to read Rule’s take.

On top of all the great mysteries I have on my TBR shelves, my Goodreads groups have some stellar March choices as well.

Goodreads Group Reads

I will definitely be reading Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica and checking out the group discussions.  This dystopian novel has been at the top of my must-read list for waaay too long!

Moshi Moshi by Banana Yoshimoto sounded so intriguing (described as a “coming of age ghost story”) I ordered a copy and now I’m keeping my fingers crossed it arrives in time for me to join in with the group chat later this month.

And fitting perfectly with my theme:  The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman offers a whodunit with four 80 year olds leading the search for a killer on the loose.  Sounds like great fun!

What will you be reading for March?  Drop me a line, I always love hearing about what everyone is reading!

Until next time, stay safe and Happy Reading!


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