I did Carl's RIP Challenge a few years back and did I ever enjoy!
I have been hankering for Fall more than ever this year ( probably due to how hot and unbearably humid Toronto has been this week ) and I am aching for scarves and cups of tea and foggy, dark Autumn nights with sleeked wet pavement, low-light and a good book.
A good gothic-type book with the hooves of hansom cabs; the flicker of kerosene; the dense atmosphere; a murder or two....
So, I am excited EXCITED to take part in this challenge!
I have decided to read the following for this year's RIP CHALLENGE:
1.) Where Serpent's Sleep by C.S. Harris
3.) The Perfume of the Woman in Black ( and other stories ) by Gaston LeRoux
4.) The Keeper of Secrets by Judith Cutler
(5.) optional: The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane by Katherine Howe
I also really enjoy the fact that there is a film component to this challenge. For this, I plan to view: