2019 Cloak & Dagger

This is hosted by Stormi @ Books, Movies, Previews! Oh my! and
Barb @ Booker T's Farm
I completed this challenge in 2016 with 15 books read and reviewed!
I was a full-fledged DETECTIVE!
I had both knee joints replacement in 2017 
and was unable to read or review many books as a result! 
I admit to being just a tad bit disappointed that these bionic parts 
did NOT include any superpowers! Ugh!
(By the way, my surgeon did NOT find that comment humorous! Huh...)
Then I spent 2018 returning to work full-time, 
caring for my husband who had a second shoulder surgery, 
establishing a 10-12 hour workout regime each week, 
and, finally, re-establishing my "reading mojo"! 
Hence, my diving into at least 5 reading challenges this year. 
2019 Historical Fiction Reading Challenge

All books read for this challenge are to be at least 100 pages in length.

There are 5 levels to achieve...
Amateur Sleuth: 5-15 books
Detective: 16-25 books
Inspector: 26-35 books
Special Agent: 36-55 books
Sherlock Holmes: 56 or more books

  1. Two Can Keep a Secret by Karen M. McManus
Other mysteries read in 2019 but not yet reviewed here:
  2. The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle
  3. The Book of Hidden Things
  4. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing
  5. The Dry (Aaron Falk #1)  **I am an Amateur Sleuth
  6. The Witch Elm
  7. The Dog Who Knew Too Much
  8 Beautiful Bad
  9. The Truth According to Us
10. Emlyn's Moon
11. Artemis Fowl
12. Sorcery & Cecelia
13. On Turpentine Lane
14. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
15. Where the Crawdads Sing 
16. Them Bones  ** Made it to Detective!
17. The Maltese Feline
18. The Wife Between Us
19. What Blooms from Dust
20. A High-End Finish
21. The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection
22. The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon
23. Buried Bones
24. Treasures of the Forgotten City (Ultimate Ending #1)
25. Deck the Hounds (Andy Carpenter #18)
26. The Dress Shop of Dreams  ** Whoo! Whoo! Inspector!
27. To Catch a Cat
There are links to post your reviews and...
There will be two giveaways for participants:
at midway through and at the end!

Do you like mysteries? 
If so, who are your favorite authors?
Do you have a favorite series?
And if not...why not? :)

Happy reading!

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