3 January 2012

My best reads for December 2011

December 2011 was a good month for reading despite the festive activities.
There were 3 contenders for pick of the month and in the end I chose the oldest, a book that revolutionised crime fiction writing.
Pick of the month


  1. 4.6, BAD BOY, Peter Robinson
  2. 4.2, MURDER IN THE SECOND ROW, Bev Robitai - New Zealand
  3. 4.2, EDGE, Jeffery Deaver
  4. 4.7, WINTERLAND, Alan Glynn
  5. 4.6, ECHOES OF THE DEAD, Sally Spencer 
  6. 4.5, THE WEED THAT STRINGS THE HANGMAN'S BAG, Alan Bradley 
  7. 4.7, THE BLACKHOUSE, Peter May
  8. 4.4, THE UNDER DOG, Agatha Christie 
  9. 4.3, BOLD BLOOD, Lindy Kelly - New Zealand
  10. 4.6, WATCH THE WORLD BURN, Leah Giarratano - Australian
  11. 4.5, CELL 8, Roslund & Hellstrom
  12. 4.7, ROSEANNA, Maj Sjowall & Per Wahloo - pick of the month
  13. 4.3, THE LIKENESS, Tana French

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

Kerrie - You did have some good reads there! I agree with you, too, about your final choice :-).

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