Good Reads: Dickens Junction Mystery Series

Are you an admirer of Charles Dickens and also a loyal reader of murder mysteries? The two books mentioned below come highly recommended by many readers, book club members, and book review bloggers who love murder and suspense thrillers and fictional crime series. These particular books are categorized under a genre known as “cozy mystery” or “cozies”.

They are part of the Dickens Junction Mystery Series by Christopher Lord.

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BOOK 1: The Christmas Carol Murders (less than 300 pages)

BOOK 2: The Edwin Drood Murders (less than 200 pages)

Both are quick reads and based on book reviews published by bloggers like mysterysequels.com and travelingwitht.com, you probably won’t want to put the book down once you get started.

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a TV miniseries adapted from the work by Charles Dickens. The good thing about the Dickens Junction Mystery Series is that you don’t even have to know anything about Charles Dickens. The writer, Christopher Lord, puts a contemporary twist or spin on Dickens-style tales and his fun writing style and character creations seem to be the reason the books are gaining in popularity.

* Trivia: Charles Dickens last novel, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”, is an unfinished work. More details can be found at the charlesdickensinfo.com.


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Charles Dickens is of course, famous for A Christmas Carol. Many don’t know that’s not the only ghost story that he wrote. He has written several ghost stories which are perfect for the holiday season …
from Halloween to Christmas!




Complete Ghost Stories of Charles Dickens (Wordsworth Classics)


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3 Comments

  1. Who doesn’t love a ‘who done it’. We have curious minds.

  2. Gypzeerose

    I found this fascinating. I am developing an interest in Victorian times, and really want to know more about Dickens. I need to read his novels. He is a master of character development.

    • I am fascinated because I started watching the TV miniseries but never finished. Incredible! Dickens didn’t finish the book and I didn’t finish watching the series. That’s too much unfinished business! These mystery books were tantamount to dangling a carrot in front of me. :) Thanks for stopping by and letting me know you were here! :)

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