Sep 30, 2018

Sunday Post: A Knife in the Fog by Bradley Harper

A Knife in the Fog: A Mystery Featuring Margaret Harkness and Arthur Conan Doyle
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I have a review copy of A Knife in the Fog by Bradley Harper, thanks to Seventh Street Books.
Published October 2, 2018, the book is set in September 1888, London. 

A twenty-nine-year-old Arthur Conan Doyle practices medicine by day and writes at night. He agrees to help authorities find Jack the Ripper, with the help of Dr. Watson, and soon discovers the body of a fifth victim. Wonder who the culprit turns out to be?

In gardening news,
we have brought in the potted plants as nights are beginning to get cold! My potted plants include the three poinsettias from last Christmas which not only survived the year but thrived outdoors this summer. I hope they will begin to turn red as another Christmas gets near.

For autumn, we bought Chinese moon cakes, those sweet round pastries packed with lotus seed filling or red bean paste, eaten to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival or Harvest Festival. I had to go easy on it as the cakes are very sweet, but delicious with hot tea!

Last week was taken up with TV news and the Kavanaugh-Ford testimonies. We are all eagerly waiting to see what happens next. This beat out watching Netflix movies by a long shot. Serious and real.

What are you doing, reading this week?
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Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Enjoy your new books...and getting ready for fall. Thanks for sharing, and here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

That sounds like a great idea for a plot. I hope you enjoy it.

Fall prep is always wonderful....I just wish we got lots more fall weather here. Summer goes on too long!

Suko said...

Happy Sunday, Harvee! I love the autumn. We may get some rain here, which would be nice (although it could flood in some areas). Your new book sounds promising. Enjoy your reading in the week ahead.

Aj @ Read All The Things! said...

I accidentally kill all my plants. I’m impressed that yours are still alive after nearly a year. Enjoy your new book. Happy October!

Aj @ Read All The Things!

Northwoman said...

I managed to kill my poinsettia only a couple weeks after Christmas. Awesome you could keep yours. My daughter is really good with orchids and they are gorgeous. People keep giving her their nearly dead ones and she brings them to life.

Have a great reading week! Anne - Books of My Heart

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