So far reading this year for 2012 Update 6

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So this year I will keep my list going but just the name of the books. You may always ask me about them. I would like that. As I have so many years now, I have started this list and then forgotten about it.


16. Vanish by Tess Gerritsen (2005) – police procedural/mystery/suspense – The fifth great tale of Rizzoli and Isles (022612)

17. Linchpin by Seth Godin (2010) – non fiction/ business – A very thought provoking book on being indispensable. (030112)


18. The Mephisto Club by Tess Gerritsen (2006) – mystery/horror – The sixth and just keeps getting better Rizzoli and Isles (030612)


19. The Eye of Osiris by R. Austin Freeman (1911) – detective/mystery – The second tale of Dr. John Thorndyke. (030912)


20. Murder Unprompted by Simon Brett (1982) – mystery/amateur detective – And of course for the eighth time Charles Paris is in the middle of another murder. (031012)


21. I Will Teach You to Be Rich by Ramit Sethi (2009) – personal finance – The best book of personal finance I have ever read. (031212)


22. The Keepsake by Tess Gerritsen (2008) – mystery/suspense – The seventh tale of the best duo today in detective fiction. (031512)

23. Ice Cold by Tess Gerritsen (2010) – mystery/suspense – The eighth story that I read in one day. Couldn’t put it down. (031612)

24. Murder in the Title by Simon Brett (1984) – mystery/amateur detective – This ninth adventure starts with Charles Paris playing a dead body, which almost becomes real. (032012)

25. A Silent Witness by R. Austin Freeman (1914) – detective/mystery – The fourth case of Dr. John Thorndyke. (032212)

As you can tell I am reading a lot of mysteries. My Nook is getting used a lot and the library sees me quite regular, too.

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An very opinionated person. Living with 5 women for over 30 years, I haven't gotten to talk much. So Gather is letting me unleash.I love to read SF, Mysteries, Bio's, Fantasies, newspapers, magazines, even the side of cereal boxes.<br

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