Books Read in 2013

Books read in January
'The Raven Boys' - M. Stiefvater
'Seraphina' - R. Hartman
'The Twelve Clues of Christmas' - R. Bowen
'The Scorpio Races' - M. Stiefvater
'The Power of Now'  -  Eckhart Tolle
'The Last Dragonslayer' - Jasper Fforde
'The Lace Reader' - Rhys Bowen

Books read in February
"Women Who Run with the Wolves"   by  Clarissa Pinkola Est├ęs
"Lucia Triumphant"  by Tom Holt  Based on characters created by E.F. Benson
"Pattern Recognition"  by William Givson
"Royal Flush" by Rhys Bowen
"The Tipping Point"  by Malcolm Gladwell
 "Naughty in Nice" by Rhys Bowen
"Spook Country"  by William Gibson
"Einstein's Dreams" by Alan Lightman

Books read in March
"Vampires In The Lemon Grove" by Karen Russell
 "The Blue Zones"  by Dan Buettner 
"The Wee Free Men" by Terry Pratchett
"Swamplandia"  by Karen Russell
"Dragon's Keep" by Janet Lee Carey
"Tea With The Black Dragon"  by R.A. MacAvoy
"The Fifth Assassin"  by Brad Meltzer

Books read in April
"Snow White Must Die"  by Nele Neuhaus 
"Raven Black"  by  Ann Cleeves
"Knots And Crosses"  by Ian Rankin
"Truly, Madly"  by Heather Webber
"Thornyhold" by Mary Stewart  
"Standing In Another Man's Grave" by Ian Rankin

Books read in May
"White Nights" by Ann Cleeves
"A Room Full of Bones" by Elly Griffiths
Bayou Moon"  by C.L. Bevill
"Haunted Ground" by Erin Hart
"The Next Wave"  by Catherine Herridge
Books read in June
"A Death In The Small Hours" Charles Finch
 "Brownies and Broomsticks" - Bailey Cates
 "A Killer Read" by Erika Chase

Books read in July
"The Hangman's Row Enquiry" - Ann Purser
"Bweitched, Bothered, and Biscotti" by Bailey Cates
 "Buried In A Bog" by Sheila Connolly
"Entwined" by Heather Dixon
"The Ocean At The End Of The Lane" by Neil Gaiman

Books read in August
"Sleight Of Paw" (A Magical Cats Mystery #2) by Sofie Kelly
"The Duck Commander Family"  by Willie & Korie Robertson
"Summers In France" by Kathryn M. Ireland
"If Books Could Kill" by Kate Carlisle
"Murder By Mocha" by Cleo Coyle
"Happy, Happy, Happy" by Phil Robertson
A Deadly Grind" by Victoria Hamilton
"Out Of Circulation" by Miranda James

Books read in September
"Mrs. Pargeter's Pound Of Flesh" by Simon Brett
"The Body On The Beach" by Simon Brett
"Death On The Downs"  by Simon Brett
"Mrs, Presumed Dead" by Simon Brett
A Rather Lovely Inheritance" by C.A. Belmond
 "Dog On It" by Spencer Quinn
"What The Cat Saw" by Carolyn Hart
 "The Cat, The Quilt And The Corpse" by Leanne Sweeney

Books read in October
"Death Of A Tart" by Kate Borden
 "Death At Wentwater Court" (A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery) by Carola Dunn
"Picture Miss Seeton" by Heron Carvic
"Cocaine Blues"  (First 'Phryne Fisher Mystery') 
by Kerry Greenwood

Books read in November
 "The Winter Garden Mystery" (Daisy Dalrymple) by Carela Dunn  (#62)
"Wicked Witch Murder"  by Leslie Meier...  #16 in Lucy Stone Mysteries...   Not a favorite  (but my count comes to #63 so far this year)
"Death Of A Trickster" by Kate Borden ...... Fun--Want to read more, in this Series.
"Aunt Green Aunt Brown and Aunt Lavender"  by Elsa Beskow ......  Delightful, old book, for children (and the young at heart)
"Terror On Tuesday" by Ann Purser....(my #66)  Another strong book, in "The Lois Meade Mysteries"
"Found Guilty At Five" by Ann Purser....(my #67) Another of The Lois Meade Mysteries"......But this one, needs editing.  -sigh-

Books Read in December
"The Girl On Legare Street"  (Tradd street, #2)  by Karen White  (my #68)
"Mrs. Jeffries And The Merry Gentlemen" by Emily Brightwell  (my #69)
"Decked With Folly"  by Kate Kingsbury  ('Pennyfoot Hotel Myseries' book #17)   Love this mystery series, but should be read, from the beginning...  List of all books in Series here...  (my #70)



Ricki Treleaven said...

We've read some of the same books, my friend!!! :D

Are you going to write a "Best of 2013" post? I hope you do.

Ricki Treleaven said...

I think all libraries should have red in them! :D

I just added a couple of pages to my blog, and I also wonder if anyone ever notices them!

I just read your book list. You've read some great books!

DogsMom said...

I see some very familiar authors and titles on this list!

I had been reading so much nonfiction that I dedicated this summer to cozy mysteries. I enjoy them but am ready for something with a little more "meat" for the colder months. Maybe historical fiction.