Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Read on a Winter's Night

As always, Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish!

This week is a freebie, so I decided to go with Ten Books to Read on a Winter's Night.

This one is absolutely a bit on the nose ;D but it's the one that got me thinking about doing this for my freebie topic. Conan Doyle spins an always-engrossing mystery that is perfect for curling up with when it's too cold to go outside, and the short story format makes it easy to find a stopping point to go make some hot chocolate.

Nesbo manages to make a snowman incredibly creepy and eerie. This will make you skirt a big path around any snowmen you see outside during the winter months!

This eerie story takes place during the winter months, and involves a mysterious disappearance in a remote and isolated area. McMahon will have you checking the locks on your windows and doors as the snow piles up outside.

The snow is piling high, and a group are having a seance that predicts a murder.

A mystery surrounding a group of students snowbound on campus, trapped by their own pasts and desires.


These two Christie's center around people being snowed in with a murderer.

Winter, and the ensuing snow, make an eerie and isolated location even creepier.

This is the creepiest true story to ever take place in the snow.

Snow plays a key role in this mystery set around Christmas-time. 

What are some of your favorite winter reads?

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