Mired in Murder!

It seems as if all of my entertainment selections so far for 2016 have one thing in common – I find myself mired in murder!

Daughter’s boyfriend introduced me to the podcast, Serial, last year and I binged it…

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I really got caught up in the seemingly wrongful murder conviction of a young man named Adnan Syed…

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so caught up in fact that when daughter and I stumbled on another podcast, Undisclosed, which goes further into the details of the case,  I binged that one as well…

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in the meantime, the book on tape currently playing on my Audible account was The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny…

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I just love this series of mysteries involving the lovable Inspector Gamache and his colleagues.  Set in Canada between Montreal, Quebec City and the little town of Three Pines, these novels have been my constant companions for the past year.  I am drawing close to the end of the series and am trying to go slowly because I don’t want them to be over!

Going back to binging, I couldn’t stop watching the television series, The Blacklist, when I found myself a bit under the weather after Christmas…

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a new episode airs tonight and you can bet I will be watching!

what’s keeping you entertained these days?

are you mired in murder too?…

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I’d love to know…

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Comments

  1. Audrey Scalzo says:

    I I love the same… Have you ever gone to the mystery murder dinner series at Char?? I have not but heard it was great fun.

    Thanks for the info

    • mnestorc@aol.com says:

      I have not ever gone to the murder mystery dinners but have thought about it and I think it would be fun! Call me if you ever want to give it a try!

  2. Leslie Cox says:

    Oh, do I EVER understand! I have been “in England” – via Netflix – watching the Midsomer Murders series starring the darling, local Causton DCI Tom Barnaby, his partner Jones, wife Joyce, and daughter Cully. Much mystery, mayhem and tongue-in-cheek abounds. I finished the series last week and felt I’d lost contact with dearest of old friends. Immediately began watching “Miss Fischer’s Murder Mysteries”, as I was longing to hear more of that British accent, and while quite different from Midsomer, has proved to be entertaining and a bit risqué, but not so much so as to “stir a blush”. If you get a chance, give them a look/see. TaTa dahling…

    • mnestorc@aol.com says:

      Oh I love the Midsomer Murders too! Have you watched Foyle’s War, it is also wonderful. TaTa…

  3. Margaret Tohill says:

    Don’t forget PD James the Queen! I love all the mystery series on PBS–just excellent! The newest Sherlock is outstanding, and writers Deborah Crombie, Kathy Reichs, Elizabeth George, Laura Lippmann are great. In the old days FROST was superb, and of course all the Agatha Christies on PBS.