Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Week 11 of Recommendations - Busier Than Ever

And the recs keep on comin'.  This week I actually had 37 highly recommended books. And, again, they are across the genre board.  You'll see when you go through them.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, A Study in Scarlet - My Reader's Block
SI, Stats, The Greatest Numbers in Sports - Booking Mama
Douglas Corleone, Good as Gone - To Be Continued
Russ Ryan, It's Just a Dog - BookHounds
Paul Thomas, Death on Demand, New Zealand mystery - Quirky Bookworm
Jason Mott, The Returned - book'd out
Michali Mazor (15 years old), When I Grow Up, children's - John Gatehouse
Robyn Carr, The Hero (#3, Thunder Point), contemporary romance - Bookfan
Brian Despard, You Are Not Your Thoughts, children's - Mazorbooks
William Kent Kreuger, Ordinary Grace, Beth - Beth Hoffman
Nancy Tillman, I'd Know You Anywhere, children's - Bibliophile by the Sea
Sarah Beth Durst, Conjured, horror/thriller - BookHounds
Joneal Falor, You Are Mine (#1, Mine) - Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Susan Gregg Gilmore, The Funeral Dress, Southern fiction - Booking Mama
Yona Zeldis McDonough, Two of a Kind - BookHounds
Jaye Ford, Blood Level, psychological thriller - book'd out
Shelley Adina (local author), Her Own Devices (#2, Magnificent Devices), steampunk - To
   Be Continued
Karen Marie Moning, Beyond the Highland Mist, romance/magic - Musings of a Bookish
   Kitty
Ron Carlson, Return to Oshpine, male book clubs - Booking Mama
Louise Penny, Still Life (#1, Chief Inspector Armand Ganache) - Stacy's Books
Gene Luan Yang, American Born Chinese, graphic novel/YA - Estella's Revenge
Keothi Zan, The Never List - BermudaOnion
Jillian Cantor, Margot, fictionalized account of Anne Frank's real-life sister - Booking
   Mama
Helen Fitzgerald, The Cry, psychological thriller - book'd out
Michelle Gagnon, Don't Look Now (#2, Don't Turn Around), YA - To Be Continued

The winning blogger this week is Booking Mama, with 4.  There's a tie for 2nd with 3 each, by To Be Continued, BookHounds, and book'd out.  And let's not forget our own NY Times/USA Today best-selling author, Beth Hoffman, is on the list this week, with a strong recommendation for Ordinary Grace, by William Kent Kreuger.

See you next Monday (or Tuesday or Wednesday or...).

4 comments:

  1. Nice list, Lloyd. Many of the titles are new to me!

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  2. I would say that almost all of them are new to me - every week! I am awed by the amount of high quality writing out there. I just read that there are 5000 new books every hour!

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