|1||Ann Purser||Murder on Monday||280||6||Mystery|
|2||Ann Purser||Terror on Tuesday||314||6||Mystery|
|3||Ann Purser||Weeping on Wednesday||294||6||Mystery|
|4||Ann Purser||Theft on Thursday||280||6||Mystery|
|5||Ann Purser||Fear on Friday||262||6||Mystery|
|6||Ann Purser||Secrets on Saturday||266||6||Mystery|
|7||Karen MacInerney||Dead and Berried||311||6||Mystery|
|8||J. A. Hitchcock||Net Crimes & Misdemeanors||359||5||NonFiction|
|9||Kate Forsyth||Heart of Stars||424||7||Fantasy|
|10||Justine Larbalestier||Magic or Madness||271||5||YA|
|11||Justine Larbalestier||Magic Lessons||275||5||YA|
|12||Justine Larbalestier||Magic Child||291||4||YA|
|13||John Sandford||Invisible Prey||388||7||Mystery|
|14||Susan Beth Pfeffer||Life As We Knew It||337||6||YA|
|15||Bill Pronzini||Quincannon's Game||224||5||Mystery|
Karen MacInerney's Gray Whale Inn series was okay and had a couple interesting recipes.
J. A. Hitchcock was nonfiction about computer security and how to stay safe online.
Kate Forsyth's conclusion of her fantasy trilogy was pretty good though I'm very glad it's over!
Justine Larbalestier's trilogy was not bad. A glaring math error in the Fibonacci series was a big turn-off in the first book. I wanted more information on how her magic system worked. It seemed to work differently at certain times in order to add drama and suspense to the story.
John Sandford's continuation of his Prey books was pretty good as Lucas Davenport searches for another serial killer.
Susan Beth Pfeffer had a very thought-provoking YA novel. Do you have emergency plans if a disaster strikes in your neighborhood? In this book, an asteroid moved the moon into a closer orbit affecting tides and climate.
Bill Pronzini's Quincannon & Carpenter short stories was okay.