I´m traveling to Scotland on Wednesday, where I definitely will do some book shopping. Which means I have to think about what to read for Halloween bingo and which books I have to be on the lookout for in Edinburgh. I will be reading a whole lot of books I already own as well for this game, though. And this TBR can and probably will change during the game.
Country House Mystery, Locked Room Mystery, Genre: Mystery, Murder Most Foul, Amateur Sleuth:
I could read...
... and I have a whole lot of other options sitting on my shelves. These squares shouldn´t be a problem.
Classic Noir, Modern Noir:
For classic noir Pop. 1280. And for modern noir: I own a copy of The Legacy, but since I´m in Scotland, I´m awfully tempted to buy a physical copy of Ian Rankins Knots and Crosses. I have to think about this a little bit.
Black Cat, Fear Street:
I haven´t the faintest clue what to read for these squares yet.
I need your help with this one. Does Macbeth qualify for this square?
Serial / Spree Killer, American Horror Story, Southern Gothic (books in order):
Relics and Curiosities, Paint it Black, Cozy Mystery, Classic Horror (books in order):
Dark Academia, International Women of Mystery:
I simply have to read Gaudy Night for Dark Academia. It´s the perfect match. And for International Women of Mystery is has to be a Highsmith. Don´t know which one it´s going to be yet.
Psych, Gothic, Creepy Crawlies, Terror in a Small Town, Film at 11 (books in order):
These are my planned audiobook reads. I´m not sure if I can manage to listen to five audiobooks over two months. But I can try.
And now the wait for September 1th begins.