How many people read something to get them in the Halloween spirit? Well, even if you don’t, I do. It may be a bit weird but I pause whatever I am reading if I happen to be in the middle of something and not close to finishing. Of course, I have my favorites that I return to but this season there are some other books I have decided to add to the list. So, here are three books that I am looking forward to reading this year just in time for scares.
1.) A Good Death by Christopher R. Cox
Unlike the other two novels on this list, this isn’t a new book but it is new to me. They say not to judge a book by its cover but I often do judge books by their names. And so, I picked up this interesting little suspense novel. The phrase “a good death” brings up different images for different people and I longed to know what it meant to the author. It was Cox’s first mystery and from what I can tell, it was definitely a good one.
Many may believe that this book is a tad cliche, a P.I. searching for the truth, yadda yadda yadda and all that jazz. In truth, I usually don’t read P.I. because there is only so much a reader can handle before it all becomes a tau