Rules of Murder by Julianna Deering (2013) Downton Abbey meets Saturday Night Live in this historical mystery introducing Drew Farthing, a stylish 1930s English gentleman and Madeline, his American guest.
The murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie. One of the greatest Christie plots and it doesn't disappoint on third read. This is one of those solutions that sticks with you and makes you want to re read the book right away to see how you missed it. This approach is very satisfying -- the re read gives the opportunity to see how many clues are truly there.
Crooked House. This is my third Agatha Christie book. I didn't feel as engrossed by this one. I did love the creepiness of the whole thing and thought they ending was pretty great. Overall solid mystery.
A Murder is Announced (1950) by Agatha Christie. I remembered whodunit about a third of the way in, but still enjoyed the people and glimpses of life after WWII. Finished 28th July 2015, borrowed from R, second read I think.