Mystery Mondays Review: “Murder at the Bijou” by Teagan Riordain Geneviene

Wow — what a way to start my week! Thanks to Christoph Fischer for this wonderful review of my 1920s novel, “Murder at the Bijou — Three Ingredients I”.
I hope you’ll click over and say hello to Christoph.


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This is a very enjoyable murder story set in the 1920s. Pip, Granny Phanny and a whole bunch of alliterated characters populate the story of surprisingly strong suspense with equally surprising turns of events.
This is hugely enjoyable and definitely recommended to anyone with a sense of fun and humour.

I loved this book when it was published in parts on the blog and loved it even more re-reading it as a whole in one sitting. Yes, one sitting.

I only now realised just how much work had gone into the individual parts. I often forgot from one week to the next what certain references mean or what they allude to. The novel is hugely enjoyable and a fun read thanks to many quirky expressions, usage of words off the beaten track, fabulous character names and many more delicious ingredients.
The writing is very original and the story line is…

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40 thoughts on “Mystery Mondays Review: “Murder at the Bijou” by Teagan Riordain Geneviene

    1. Indeed it is, Gerlinde. I’m psyched. I hope all is well at your sunny cove. So much of California is in trouble… I imagine the air cannot be good. Thank you for your visit and encouragement. Huge hugs, my friend.


    1. You are so kind, Olga. If not for your Facebook post, I may have missed it. (You know — WordPress refusing to send email notifications again…) I appreciate you taking time to visit both blogs, and to share. You really are the cat’s pajamas!


  1. Good morning Teagan….what a fantastic review – one I agree with wholeheartedly. Your writing is so original and filled with fun and humour as Christoph points out. Hope you enjoy a very special Monday…..hummingbird hugs…Janet xxx

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