There hasn't yet been a thread started on this subject, so I thought I'd crack one open. I'm interested in finding out what everyone is planning on reading over the Halloween period, and ditto for Christmas/December. Do you enjoy seasonal reads, or do you not consider them at all? Are there any old favourites that you re-read year after year?
Over Halloween, I plan on reading Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie. Not Halloween-themed, but close enough. I'm slowly working my way through all of the Poirot novels. There are so many of them.
Come December, I'm looking forward to Murder for Christmas by Francis Duncan, and The Santa Klaus Murder by Mavis Doriel Hay. Good old-fashioned murder mysteries.
There's something about the long, chill, winter nights that makes curling up with a crime novel the absolute best thing to do, in my opinion.