Connect Five – List D!

Kathryn offers generous draws.  The chance to win a book is motivating.  I do not use Kindle and gladly accept every advantage!  I love creating multiple themes!

I have had connection trouble with WordPress sites.  E-mail is where I am sure to get a delightful, important message.  :)


Carolyn’s August Connections!

(5)  Five Canadian Provinces!

Different Dragons”  Jean Little  1986  (ONTARIO)
Cirak’s Daughter”  Charlotte MacLeod  1982  (NEW BRUNSWICK)
Night Travellers”  Sandra Birdsell  1982  (MANITOBA)
The Hangman”  Louise Penny  2010  (QUÉBEC)
Tunnels Of Time”  Mary Harelkin Bishop  2000  (SASKATCHEWAN)


Carolyn’s October, November, December Connections!


So Much Blood”  Simon Brett  1976
The Shadowy Horses”  Susanna Kearsley  1997
Prevailing Spirits:  A Book Of Scottish Ghost Stories”  Giles Gordon (editor)  1976
Scottish Ghost Stories”  Elliott O’Donnell  1911
“Death In Hanover Close”  Anne Perry  1988


My creative entries continue here!  Follow my date headings.  My alphabetized blog menus, separated into Canadian authors and overall reading, are great resources, too.


About RIEDEL Fascination

I cherish animals, plants, reading, music and free spirituality. I welcome you for articles, literary activities, and interaction! Surrounding ourselves with good people is a delight. I occasionally review at The Book Depository.
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2 Responses to Connect Five – List D!

  1. Nice theme! I don’t know that I’ve read many books set in Canada.

    • Thank you for visiting me, Nicole. I am glad WordPress is working today, for me to see it and to have left congratulations for you, at Kathryn’s “Connect Five” blog.

      Oh my, we can’t have someone seldom read about Canadians or Canada! If you ever seek ideas, I have a “Canadian reviews” menu at the top of my blog.

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