No. 37 was Joan Hess's A Conventional Corpse. A local bookstore owner ends up hosting a mystery-writer convention, and all kinds of things go bad. Of course, there was some murder.
Since I'm a mystery reader, it was interesting to hear about different sub-genres of mysteries. Most of these simple ones I read are "amateur sleuth". I never thought about it, but that's where they fall. And most are women.
I don't think I'm going to break my record this year... 2016 is coming quickly!