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Reading progress update: I've read 69 out of 256 pages.

Trial and Error (Arcturus Crime Classics) - Anthony Berkeley

 

Hmm.  The opening pages read unexpectedly timely.  Right now we seem to be sliding into typical Anthony Berkeley mode, which isn't necessarily a good sign.  But the premise and the introduction still hold the promise of more good things to come.

 

Reading this for the "Justice Game" square of the (inofficial) Detection Club Bingo.