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T is for 2010 Top Books December 7, 2010

Posted by Ann in Book List, Debut Author, Fiction, First Novel, Mystery, Non-Fiction, Thoughtful Ramblings.
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J is for January, let’s ring in the new
U is for Undertow gets a great review

F is for February, the shortest month of all
My favorite this month was All Creatures Great and Small

M is for March, when the wind blows
The setting for Borderline is on the Rio Grande that flows

A is for April, with rain from on high
This month’s book was Out of the Deep I Cry

M is for May, with flowers everywhere
The Beast in the Garden will give you quite a scare

J is for June, and the kids are out of school
Suspect by Rototham is suspense that’s cool

J is for July, when it becomes hot and dry
Edward’s Eyes is a childrens’ book that might make you cry

A is for August, when you see firefly lights
Beautiful Lies will definitely keep you up nights

S is for September, and summer goes away
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society is a whole lot to say

O is for October, and leaves are falling from the tree
With The Lock Artist you’ll keep reading and throw away the key

N is for November, when thanks will be given
The Crossing Places is a mystery about a body that’s hidden

D is for December; there will be lots of good cheer
The Passage by Cronin is the end of my year

The List
U is for Undertow-
Sue Grafton
All Creatures Great and Small- James Herriot
Borderline- Nevada Barr
Out of the Deep I Cry- Julia Spencer-Fleming
The Beast in the Garden- David Baron
Suspect- Michael Robotham
Edward’s Eyes- Patricia MacLachlan
Beautiful Lies- Lisa Unger
The Lock Artist- Steve Hamilton
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society- Mary Ann Shaffer
The Crossing Places- Elly Griffiths
The Passage- Justin Cronin
~Ann

Disclaimer: This list was only supposed to be 10 titles, but in keeping with the spirit of the months, I included 12!

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