Wish You Were Here – and Other Firsts

My ongoing plan over the next few months is to review titles that I’ve listed as the first in their series.  This morning I added a review of Wish You Were Hereby Rita Mae Brown’s cat Sneaky Pie. (I feel ridiculous typing this.)

Stay tuned for my next First review, which is shaping up to be A Plague on Both Your Houses, the inaugural Matthew Bartholomew title which takes place in the fourteenth century. I’m nearly done with the audiobook.

Other First reviews are The Murder at the Vicarage (Agatha Christie’s first Miss Marple),  The Quiche of Death (M.C. Beaton’s first Agatha Raisin), Death of a Gossip (also M.C. Beaton – her first Hamish Macbeth), The Innocence of Father Brown (G.K. Chesterton’s first collection of Father Brown short stories), and a couple more titles that are more reviews of the series than the first book at this point, so I’m not including them here.

I’ll eventually build a page with all reviewed Firsts. For now, enjoy these first Firsts.