Nicholas Rossis just shared one of the funniest things I’ve ever read, so of course, I had to pass it along to you guys, in honor of ThorsDaySmiles. Maybe it’s just my twisted sense of humor, but I could not stop laughing as I read, and I definitely needed a good laugh today. (More on that later.) Hope you enjoy it as much as I did, and will also share far and wide. (I suspect most of us can use a good laugh by the time ThorsDay rolls around. 😀 )
We’ve been watching a lot of Midsommer Murders and the likes with Electra over the years. From which we have concluded that few places are as dangerous as quaint English villages. Now, a hilarious article by Maureen Johnson on Crime Reads, explains just how dangerous they really are – and what you can do to avoid meeting a grisly death.
If you enjoy it as much as I did, you may want to check out its writer, Maureen Johnson. Maureen is the author of the Truly Devious mystery series, which culminates with The Hand on the Wall (Katherine Tegen Books/HarperCollins; January 21, 2020). Visit her online, on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Stay away from the village fete, do you understand?
It’s happened. You’ve finally taken that dream trip to England. You have seen Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and Hyde Park. You rode in a…
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