I actually still have some historical crime fiction sitting in my TBR and will probably read more this year.
You'll see from my list below that my reading, all crime fiction titles has taken me to a great range of places and periods.
Historical Fiction Challenge
Struggling the Addiction: 10 books
my extra rule: all need to be crime fiction
- 4.4, DEATH OF A RED HEROINE, Qiu Xiaolong (China 1949-1990)
- 4.8, THE DIGGERS REST HOTEL, Geoffrey McGeachin (Australia)
- 4.7, HEARTSTONE, C.J. Sansom (Tudor England, 1545)
- 4.4, EYE OF THE RED TSAR, Sam Eastland (Russia 1917, 1929)
- 4.6, RELICS OF THE DEAD, Ariana Franklin (Glastonbury 1196)
- 4.3, THE SERPENT AND THE SCORPION, Clare Langley-Hawthorne (London 1912)
- THE PERICLES COMMISSION, Gary Corby
- 4.3, DIED IN THE WOOL, Ngaio Marsh ( New Zealand 1942)