Books Read in 2013

Books Read in 2013

Books that are bolded are ones that I highly recommend.

January (Books 1 – 7)

The One I Left BehindThe Seventh VictimBloody Mary ResurrectA Murder at Rosamund's GateDeath Has its BenefitsThe Man From 2063

  1. The One I Left Behind by Jennifer McMahonREVIEW
  2. The Seventh Victim by Mary Burton – REVIEW
  3. Bloody Mary by J.A. Konrath – REVIEW
  4. Resurrect by David E. Stevens – REVIEW
  5. A Murder at Rosamund’s Gate by Susanna CalkinsREVIEW
  6. Death Has Its Benefits by Ronald Aiken – REVIEW
  7. The Man From 2063 by Jack DuffyREVIEW

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February (Books 8 – 11)

IcebergThe DemonologistThe Aviator's WifeThe Black Ice

  1. Iceberg by Clive Cussler – REVIEW
  2. The Demonologist by Andrew Pyper – REVIEW
  3. The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie BenjaminREVIEW
  4. The Black Ice by Michael Connelly – REVIEW

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March (Books 12 – 16)

Transfer of PowerThe Trajectory of DreamsThe Dark PoolSo Close the Hand of DeathUntold Damage

  1. Transfer of Power by Vince Flynn – REVIEW
  2. The Trajectory of Dreams by Nicole Wolverton – REVIEW
  3. The Dark Pool by J.E. Fishman – REVIEW
  4. So Close the Hand of Death by J.T. EllisonREVIEW
  5. Untold Damage by Robert K. LewisREVIEW

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April (Books 17 – 20)

Evidence of LifePageflex Persona [document: PRS0000032_00037]The Boleyn KingMotion to Suppress

  1. Evidence of Life by Barbara Taylor SisselREVIEW
  2. Blood Money by Doug Richardson – REVIEW
  3. The Boleyn King by Laura AndersenREVIEW
  4. Motion to Suppress by Perri O’Shaughnessy – REVIEW

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May (Books 21 – 22)

Deadly HarvestA Case of Redemption

  1. Deadly Harvest by Michael Stanley – REVIEW
  2. A Case of Redemption by Adam MitznerREVIEW

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June (Books 23 – 28)

Domestic AffairsThe Third OptionIf You Were HereThe Concrete BlondeStrandedA Man of Indeterminate Means

  1. Domestic Affairs by Bridget Siegel – REVIEW
  2. The Third Option by Vince Flynn – REVIEW
  3. If You Were Here by Alafair BurkeREVIEW
  4. The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly – REVIEW
  5. Stranded by Alex KavaREVIEW
  6. A Man of Indeterminate Value by Ron Felber – REVIEW

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July (Books 29 – 32)

BlindsightedWhere All The Dead LieTorn ApartTop Down

  1. Blindsighted by Karin Slaughter – REVIEW
  2. Where All The Dead Lie by J.T. Ellison – REVIEW
  3. Torn Apart: The Abduction of Gillian CurtisREVIEW
  4. Top Down by Jim Lehrer – REVIEW

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August (Books 33 – 37)

Hour GameReconstructing AmeliaThe Widows of Braxton CountyThe Never ListArctic Fire

  1. Hour Game by David BaldacciREVIEW
  2. Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreightREVIEW
  3. The Widows of Braxton County by Jess McConkey – REVIEW
  4. The Never List by Koethi ZanREVIEW
  5. Arctic Fire by Paul Byers – REVIEW

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September (Books 38 – 41)

Dead Until DarkWe Were ThereLast to DieDarkness First

  1. Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris – REVIEW
  2. We Were There: Revelations from the Dallas Doctors Who Attended to JFK on November 22, 1963 by Allen Childs, MD – REVIEW
  3. Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen – REVIEW
  4. Darkness First by James HaymanREVIEW

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October (Books 42 – 46)

The Edge of NormalShadow PreyTrue Hollywood Noir11th HourAbe Lincoln

  1. The Edge of Normal by Carla NortonREVIEW
  2. Shadow Prey by John Sandford – REVIEW
  3. True Hollywood Noir by Dina Di Mambro – REVIEW
  4. 11th Hour by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro – REVIEW
  5. Abe Lincoln: Public Enemy No. 1 by Brian Anthony & Bill Walker – REVIEW

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November (Books 47 – 49)

BookCover6x9_Cream_330HawkeThe Scarpetta Factor

  1. The Thunderbird Conspiracy by R.K. Price – REVIEW
  2. Hawke by Ted Bell – REVIEW
  3. The Scarpetta Factor by Patricia Cornwell – REVIEW

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December (Books 50 – )

Living Dead in Dallas

  1. Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris – REVIEW

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