Reading List

Books I Read in March 2021

I read the whole run of the Sister Frevisse Medieval Mysteries by Margaret Frazier, which are all good reads. Medieval nun solves gruesome murders – fun stuff! Apparently there are a few more books she wrote that star a side character from the nun mysteries, so I’ll have to check those out someday.

The Moscow Rules is also a great read – written by former CIA spies and discussing spycraft during the Cold War. There’s some wild “you gotta be bullshitting me” stuff in there that is apparently not bullshit. The prose is a bit dry, but it’s still interesting.

  1. The Servant’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  2. The Novice’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  3. The Bishop’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  4. The Outlaw’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  5. The Murderer’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  6. The Boy’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  7. The Maiden’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  8. The Prioress’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  9. The Reeve’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  10. The Clerk’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  11. The Squire’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  12. The Bastard’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  13. The Hunter’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  14. The Widow’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  15. The Sempster’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  16. The Traitor’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  17. The Apostate’s Tale, Margaret Frazier
  18. The Moscow Rules, Antonio J. Mendez & Jonna Mendez