|1||Kathy Reichs||Bone to Ashes||310||7||Mystery|
|2||Piers Anthony||Unicorn Point||337||6||Science Fiction|
|3||Susan Wittig Albert||Spanish Dagger||307||7||Mystery|
|4||Barbara Seranella||Deadman's Switch||261||8||Mystery|
|5||Lynn Abbey||Rifkind's Challenge||328||6||Fantasy|
|6||Livia J. Washburn||A Peach of a Murder||251||7||Mystery|
|7||Linda O. Johnston||Sit, Stay, Slay||295||7||Mystery|
|8||Susan Wittig Albert||An Unthymely Death||254||7||Mystery|
|9||Lene Kaaberbol||The Shamer's Daughter||235||6||YA|
|10||Piers Anthony||Phase Doubt||302||7||Fantasy|
|11||Donna Andrews||The Penguin Who Knew Too Much||262||8||Mystery|
Most of the books this month are either the latest book in a series I'm reading or finishing up a series I've started.
Livia J. Washburn has a good start in her Fresh-Baked cozy mystery series. A retired school teacher and one of her boarders are competitors in the annual Peach Festival.
Linda O. Johnston is a series I'm holding judgment on. I like the characters but didn't like the motive for the first book. A suspended license lawyer turns to making a living by pet-sitting and renting out her Hollywood home.