logo for RIPI haven’t ever participated in R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril before, but I saw a post about it on Helen’s She Reads Novels page, so I took a look at my future posts. The object of the challenge is for people to read books in the following genres during September and October:

  • Mystery
  • Suspense
  • Thriller
  • Dark Fantasy
  • Gothic
  • Horror
  • Supernatural

It looks like I have plenty of mysteries on my schedule, and I may be able to come up with something in the other genres as well, so I think it will be fun to participate. You can look at the pages of the hosts, Estella’s Revenge and My Capricious Life for more information if you are planning to participate.

I think I’ll be participating at the Peril the First level, which means I must read four books from these genres in the next two months. If you’re familiar with my blog, you know that will not be a problem for me. I will be reading at least four of the following novels:

  • The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart (suspense)
  • The Unquiet Grave by Sharyn McCrumb (mystery)
  • Consider the Lilies and Death Among Friends by Elizabeth Cadell (suspense)
  • The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins (mystery)
  • The Victorian Chaise Lounge by Marghanita Laski (gothic and supernatural)
  • My Darling Detective by Howard Norman (mystery)

4 thoughts on “R.I.P.

  1. Jessie @ Dwell in Possibility September 4, 2017 / 2:16 pm

    Great TBR! The Ivy Tree and the Moonstone are perfect fall reads. I really want to read The Victorian Chaise Lounge too. Happy R.I.P. reading!

  2. Helen September 4, 2017 / 2:31 pm

    I’m glad you’re joining in! I have read a few of the books on your list and enjoyed them, particularly The Moonstone and The Ivy Tree.

  3. whatmeread September 4, 2017 / 8:46 pm

    Yes, they are both rereads for me. The Moonstone is one of the last books on my first Classics Club list, and I need a Mary Stewart fix every few years.

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