I have been reading and enjoying mysteries since I was a young child with my first Nancy Drew books. I still look to mysteries as favorite reads. It’s not always the “whodunnit” but often the characters, settings and joys of following a series that draw me in.
Whenever I read a mystery, I take a look at the page about the author. Sometimes I wish I knew more though about what makes a favorite writer tick. If you feel that way too, this is a fun book to dip into in any order that you like.
This title from the Mystery Writers of America posed a question to authors; they were asked to write about a mystery in their own life, however they defined that. As a result here are writings by Sulari Gentill, Ausma Zahanat Khan, Rhys Bowen, Jacqueline Winspear, Tasha Alexander, and Anne Perry, just to name my own favorites. (Reviews for these authors are on my blog).
What a treat! Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title in exchange for an honest review.