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Jan. & Feb. books

I just realized I haven't made a monthly book list yet this year so without further ado...
Kris Neri The Rose in the Snow is a book of short stories including one story featuring her mystery series mystery author Tracey Eaton.
Talia Gryphon Three books so far in what turned out to be a paranormal romance series. Key to Conflict, Key to Conspiracy, Key to Redemption Gillian Key semi-retired from the Marine Special Forces to become a reknowned Paramortal psychologist whose clients include vampires, werewolves, and ghosts.
Maria V. Snyder Fire Study is the third fantasy book in her Study trilogy.
Yelena strives to end the conflict between two countries before it breks out into open warfare.
Patricia Briggs Moon Called, Blood BoundM are the first two books in her Mercy Thompson fantasy series. Mercy Thompson is an auto mechanic, a walker who can shift into a coyote, and very good friends with the leader of the local werewolf pack.

Patricia Briggs Iron Kissed is the third book continued from the last month. I'm starting the fourth book this month!
Lee Wallingford Cold Tracks, Clear-Cut Murder A two book series set here in the Willamette Valley featuring an ex-cop and a fire dispatcher.
Shirley Damsgaard The Witch's Grave The latest #6 Ophelia and Abby mystery.
Alex Archer Polar Quest The latest #16 Rogue Angel fantasy.
Alice Kimberly The Ghost and the Haunted Mansion The latest #5 Haunted Bookshop mystery.
Rachel Caine Lord of Misrule The latest #5 Morgansville Vampires ya fantasy.
Dana Stabenow Whisper to the Blood The latest #16 Kate Shugak mystery.
Julie Hyzy Hail to the Chef The latest #2 White House Chef mystery.
Sharon Short Death of a Domestic Diva The first of a series and I gave up on it halfway through.



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Mar. 23rd, 2009 02:40 am (UTC)
James, may I add you? You're a pretty cool dude, and I don't see any reason why we shouldn't be LJ friends. Plus, that way you can see my pictures from Disney! :)

Based on your reading list for the past few months...have you ever tried the Diane Mott Davidson mysteries? They're cosy mysteries, but I find myself intrigued by the storylines.
Mar. 23rd, 2009 03:18 am (UTC)
Sure! :D Disney pictures! You did have a great time! A week of relaxation and fun in the sun! The crowds weren't too bad this time of year, were they?

I've had the first one of her series sitting on my to-be-read shelves for a long time. It just keeps getting pushed back by new books of series I'm already reading, new series that friends are reading also, and friends recommended books. You know how it is - so many books, so little time! :)
Mar. 23rd, 2009 03:59 am (UTC)
Oh man, story of my life! I've got a pile and a half of books that I've been meaning to read for years and they just keep building up and building up. I'm in the middle of three different ones right now!

I did! The crowds were kinda bad a few days, but there were only two rides that we waited in line for more than half an hour for. (And we were stupid to do so!)
Mar. 23rd, 2009 04:24 am (UTC)
I finished two of the three books I was reading yesterday and am a little over halfway through the third but also started aother one! lol It's much easier to carry a paperback than a hardcover in your coat pocket to pull out while standing in checkout lines!

Oh, I don't know. It depends on whether you thought you had time to see everything else you wanted to or not. I'd guess that some of the more popular rides probably never do thin out the lines until closing time.
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