Saturday, November 1, 2008

The September/October Roundup

I never got around to making this post for September, so I'll include it with my October reading recap. It's been a good couple of reading months. Here's what I read:


  • The Serpent's Tale (Ariana Franklin)

  • Power in the Blood (Michael Lister)

  • White Doves at Morning (James Lee Burke)

  • Red Light (T. Jefferson Parker)

  • Freezing Point (Karen Dionne)

  • Missing Justice (Alafair Burke)

  • A Carrion Death (Michael Stanley)

  • Dirty Laundry (Paula Woods)

  • Mausoleum (Justin Scott)

  • Tilt-A-Whirl (Chris Grabenstein)

  • Mad Mouse (Chris Grabenstein)

  • When Darkness Falls (James Grippando)

  • The Big O (Declan Burke)

  • Bleeders (Bill Pronzini)

  • Rainy City (Earl Emerson)

  • Playing With the Enemy (Gary Moore)

  • Butcher's Hill (Laura Lippman)

  • Precious Blood (Jonathan Hayes)

And I'm off to a great start with November, too. Hope your fall reading has been great thus far, and don't forget to set your clocks tomorrow and vote on or before Tuesday! Happy Reading!


Debbie November 2, 2008 at 8:25 AM  

And I thought I was a fast reader! Wow.

Jen November 2, 2008 at 9:37 AM  

Debbie, at least a third of those books are audio books. I have been listening to audios in the car now for over three years and I've recently started listening to them while I craft or do yard work or exercise.

But, I DON'T read fast. I'm one of those people who literally has to read EVERY word! There are times when I wish I read faster because there are so many great books out there, but then I realize that I wouldn't enjoy them near as much as I do if I read them that fast!

Corey Wilde November 3, 2008 at 7:27 AM  

You make me ashamed of myself. I've still not read 'White Doves at Morning.' It's sitting on the shelf right now, giving me the guilts.

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