2 October 2011

My reads in September 2011

Lots of books in the last month, generally of a very good level, although one "donkey".
  1. 1.0, THE EMPANADA AFFAIR, Jerold & Elaine Last (29 September) - Kindle
  2. 4.1, CARIBBEAN MOON, Rick Murcer (28 September)- Kindle
  3. 4.3, DEATH IN THE LATIN QUARTER, Raphael Cardetti (26 September)
  4. 4.2, NEMESIS, Lindsey Davis (25 September)- audio
  5. 4.4, A QUESTION OF BELIEF, Donna Leon (24 September)
  6. 4.4, ACTS OF MURDER, Laurali R. Wright (22 September)
  7. 4.4, N or M? Agatha Christie  (21 September) - Kindle
  8. 4.8, VIOLENT EXPOSURE, Katherine Howell (18 September)- Australian author
  9. 5.0, THE END OF THE WASP SEASON, Denise Mina  (14 September) - Kindle
  10. 4.5, TO THE HILT, Dick Francis (12 September)- audio
  11. 4.0, BUNKER, Andrea Maria Schenkel (11 September) - Kindle
  12. 4.5, THE HYPNOTIST, Lars Kepler  (10 September) - Kindle
  13. 4.5, THE SATURDAY BIG TENT WEDDING PARTY, Alexander McCall Smith (7 September)
  14. 4.4, DEATH OF A RED HEROINE, Qiu Xiaolong (3 September)- Kindle
  15. 4.8, DEAD LIKE YOU, Peter James (3 September) - audio
My pick of the month was Denise Mina's THE END OF THE WASP SEASON which I gave 5.0 to, but VIOLENT EXPOSURE by Katherine Howell and DEAD LIKE YOU, Peter James have my very high recommendations.

3 of the 15 books were unabridged audio versions, 7 were e-books read on my Kindle,2 were from my TBR, and 3 from the local library.

My aim this year is to exceed 142 books which was last year's achievement, and at 121, I am well on the way.


Anonymous said...

Kerrie - That's an impressive number of books. Sorry that one of them was such a big disappointment to you, but you've got some great ones there, too. I admire the amount of reading you're always able to accomplish.

Bernadette said...

I am about 2thirds of the way through WASP SEASON right now...I am finding it...odd...very depressing and a little disjointed. Kindle version full of typos too

kathy d. said...

Great accomplishment in terms of number and quality of (most) books.

Will write down some titles.


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