Wednesday’s Word = GRAVE

As a mystery lover, I was spoiled for choice in this Wednesday’s post. The word ‘GRAVE’ is frequently used in crime fiction titles. Also, it seemed a fitting word to use for the month of October, when all things dead, undead, spooky, etc. are forefront on our minds.

Of the twenty titles I’ve showcased here, they are all either ones I’ve already read, or are patiently waiting on my TBR.  Perhaps you’ve read a few of these.  I’d love to hear from you if you have.

That’s it!  I limited myself to 20 titles for this post, though there are countless more titles including the word ‘grave‘ in the title.  Can you recommend one that I haven’t included?

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Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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11 Responses to Wednesday’s Word = GRAVE

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  2. Can’t recommend more for the list, but of the two that I’ve read here, I did love Martin Walker’s The Crowded Grave. But, then, what is there NOT to love about the Bruno, Chief of Police series?

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  3. carhicks says:

    I can’t believe I have only read one of these. I could really add to my TBR with all of these. I also enjoy a good mystery and you are so correct about this word being used in their titles. There are a lot of cozy mysteries with Grave in the title as well, but I know that is not your genre. Another great addition to this series Lynne.

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  4. skyecaitlin says:

    Lovely, Lynne

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  5. The Jonathan Graves series from John Gilstrap, thriller writer, ’cause, you know, the more graves the better. Not a Halloween thing, but rather a guns and crimes and terrorists thing.

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  6. Love that Simon Beckett cover, very clever!

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