Monday, December 28, 2015

Vintage Mystery Bingo Wrap-up 2015

I am submitting my final golden bingo card after a year of very good reading. I believe that I have 8 lines covered.


Thanks as always to Bev Hankins for all she does. I am looking forward to next year.

 G1  Mystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon. A book with a color in the title.

G2 Greenmask   by J. Jefferson Farjeon. A book which is not set in England or the US.

G3  The Secret Adversary  by Agatha Christie. A book which features a crime other than murder.

G4 To Wake the Dead  by John Dickson Carr. A locked room mystery.

G5  The Nursing Home Murders by Ngaio Marsh and Dr. H. Jellett. A book with a medical mystery.

G6 The Long Farewell by Michael Innes. A book with a professional detective.

O1 Evidence of Things Seen by Elizabeth Daly. TBR first lines.

O2 The Case of the Seven Sneezes by Anthony Boucher. A book with a number in the title.

O3 The Case of the Gilded Fly by Edmund Crispin. A book with an animal in the title.

O4 The Blotting Book by E. F. Benson. A book by an author whom I have never read before.

O5 Double for Death by Rex Stout. A book with something "spooky" on the cover.

O6 Mrs. Murdock Takes a Case by George Harmon Coxe. A book with a woman in the title.

L1 When the Wind Blows by Cyril Hare. A book set in the entertainment world.

L2  The Glass Key  by Dashiell Hammett. A book which has been made into a movie.

L3  Drury Lane's Last Case  by Ellery Queen. A book with an amateur detective.

L4 Patrick Butler for the Defense  by John Dickson Carr. A book with a man in the title.

L5  Gaudy Night  by Dorothy Sayers. An academic mystery.
  
L6  Nine - and Death Makes Ten by Carter Dickson. A book which involves a mode of transportation.

D1 A Man Lay Dead by Ngaio Marsh. A country house mystery.

D2 The Rat Began to Gnaw the Rope by C. W. Grafton. A book with a lawyer.

D5 Nine Times Nine by Anthony Boucher. A book that involves clergy or religion.

D5 Heads You Lose by Christianna Brand. A book set in England or the US.

D6  Case with 4 Clowns   by Leo Bruce. An author whose first and last initials are the same as mine.

E1  Murder Comes First  by Richard and Frances Lockridge. A book with a detective team.

E3  Unexpected Night  by Elizabeth Daly. A book published in my birth year.

E2   The Clock Strikes Twelve by Patricia Wentworth. A book with a time in the title.

E4  In the Teeth of the Evidence    by Dorothy Sayers.  A short story collection.

E6  Lord Edgware Dies  by Agatha Christie. A book which I had to borrow.

N1 The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow by Anna Katherine Green. A book with a method of murder in the title.

N2 What Happened at Hazelwood by Michael Innes. A book with a place in the title.

N5 The Black Stage by Anthony Gilbert. A book written by an author with a pseudonym.

N6 Death in a White Tie by Ngaio Marsh. A book featuring a party.

1 comment:

Bev Hankins said...

Great job! Thanks so much for joining me each year. I'm glad you have fun with it.