Things I'm addicted to and enjoy: Agatha Christie, mysteries, reading and collecting books, Dark Shadows (TV), Stephen King, writing, movies, Saturday afternoons and more than I can possibly list. Follow me and find out. Enjoy!

toomuchhorrorfiction:

The Haunting of Hill House - Shirley Jackson (1958)

Various paperback editions

Always fun to re-read this classic horror, especially in the fall.

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Dustin Hoffman,Vanessa Redgrave,Timothy Dalton star in Agatha at Warner Archive Instant.  

Always enjoyed this film as a ‘fiction’. Vanessa Redgrave is very good as Agatha and the production value for the period is nice. Just don’t take it as a ‘bio-film’.

Just finished reading Agatha Christie’s Crooked House for the second time!  Still ranks as one of my favorite non-Poirot/Marple novels after And Then There Were None and The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd. Her writing in this book is so assured and tight.  She doesn’t miss a step. And that twist at the end - you won’t see it coming!  Highly Recommended! 

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Could  be my mission statement

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That’s me!

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That’s me!

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What could be better - black coffee and a book!  Yes!

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Ya gotta splurge a little now and then and say, what the f—- !

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Ya gotta splurge a little now and then and say, what the f—- !

Misery (USA, 1990)

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By Christopher Brosnahan

Who could resist this rendering of the Universal monsters! Wonderful!

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By Christopher Brosnahan

Who could resist this rendering of the Universal monsters! Wonderful!