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Murder at the Aba

Murder at the ABA - Isaac Asimov Up to now I had only read some of Asimov's science fiction work, so when I came across this mystery I didn't know what to expect, but thought I'd give it a try.

It was great! It was funny and clever (and, yes, dated - but enjoyable nonetheless)

I liked how he wrote himself into the story. It was done in a way that really worked, and those were the scenes that really made me laugh.
However, I had to roll my eyes at some of his descriptions of the female characters and feminism.

Overall it was fun to read, and definitely makes me want to read more of Asimov's non sci-fi books.