It turns out I don’t know my ABC after all

Kerrie at Mysteries in Paradise hosted the second round of the Crime Fiction Alphabet this year. Interested bloggers were invited to post weekly articles about authors, books or subjects relating to the letter of the week. Last time Kerrie ran the meme I did a tribute to Sue Grafton and chose 26 books with one-word titles. This time I chose a range of topics including types of characters, themes and locations but I admit I skipped a few letters of the alphabet due to a combination of other time commitments and, in a couple of instances, a lack of inspiration. So here is my 20-letter alphabet, with apologies to the letters H, K, T, U, X and Y.

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2 Responses to It turns out I don’t know my ABC after all

  1. Margot Kinberg says:

    Bernadette – Thanks for doing this. You did some excellent posts, and it’s nice to have a summary of them.


  2. Kathy D. says:

    Well, for the 20 letters which were featured here for the Crime Fiction Alphabet, the categories were great, and many of the listed books were new suggestions for my TBR list or books to be checked out further — or just plain interesting to read about. I will have to go back and reread several of them and note any authors or titles I had not yet listed. A lot of fun was had by all.


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