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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.

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

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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