Review Season 2022: 16-13

It’s the end of the year, and that means Review Season on Death of the Reader. We walk you back through the stories we’ve covered in a year, ranking them based on what we’d recommend to mystery fans, following our almighty ‘Criteria’, lest our hearts fail us. If you want to hear each review without the accoutrements, follow the links below to get them on our Podcast:

16th Place: The Body in the Library Screen Adaptations
Our annual ‘put something weird in last place so we don’t have to rank it’, this time falls to two distinctly different Christie movies.

15th Place: Whose Body? by Dorothy L. Sayers
There’s a lot to be said about this book, but you might not be the person wanting to say it.

14th Place: Death on the Nile by Kenneth Branagh
This movie is a good time but if you need us to tell you to see it, you probably don’t need to.

13th Place: The Ghosts of Paris by Tara Moss
An incredible, socially conscious historical thrill-ride, but our mystery-oriented criteria do it a disservice.

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