Readers Imbibing Peril-XVI: Wrap-Up

This year’s Readers Imbibing Peril challenge was another fun reading experience for me. I do love this yearly ritual of celebrating everything spooky and mysterious in our reading! This was the sixteenth year for this challenge, originally started by Carl V. Anderson, (@Stainless Steel Droppings) and I hope it goes on for many more years.

I found a lot of enjoyable reading and watching for the challenge this year!  Here is a list of the books and short stories I read, and the films/series we watched for RIP XVI:

Peril of the Fiction:

  1. Mrs. Pollifax and the Second Thief, by Dorothy Gilman
  2. Devil in a Blue Dress, by Walter Mosley
  3. Pietr the Latvian, by George Simenon
  4. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving
  5. Bury Your Dead, by Louise Penny
  6. The Amethyst Box, by Anna Katharine Green

Peril of the Short Story:

  1. Hero, by Susan Hill
  2. A Christmas Tragedy, by Baroness Orczy
  3. One More Body in the Pool, by Ray Bradbury
  4. An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, by Ambrose Bierce
  5. Sherlock Holmes: The Affair of the Christmas Jewel, by Barry Roberts

Peril of the Screen:

  1. Tale of the Nine-Tailed
  2. Perry Mason, the series
  3. Train to Busan

4 thoughts on “Readers Imbibing Peril-XVI: Wrap-Up

  1. Lesley in OR

    You did very well with this challenge, Robin! Bury Your Dead is one of my favorites in that series. Someday, I hope to go back and listen to the entire series on audiobook.

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    1. Robin Post author

      Thank you, Les. I had fun with my reading, and especially enjoyed the Louise Penny. I hope you enjoy your November Non-Fiction challenge!

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    1. Robin Post author

      Thanks, Iliana. It’s such a fun challenge. I’m glad you enjoyed your reading for it, too. Enjoy your Novellas reading this month!

      Reply

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