Saturday, March 31, 2012

Books I read in March 2012

From Powell's bookstore in Portland, OR comes this image of a "tattoo"...

There but for the... by Ali Smith (library) enjoyed it
I am Half-Sick of Shadows by Alan Bradley this is the latest Flavia de Luce Novel and I think she is an EXCELLENT successor to Nancy Drew. These books have been so much fun to read and I absolutely LOVE Flavia as a heroine.
Red Ruby Heart in A Cold Blue Sea By Morgan Callan Rogers (library) coming of age in Maine-liked it
Sybil Exposed The Extraordinary Story behind the Famous Multiple Personality Case By Debbie Nathan (library)
Finding Everett Ruess The Life and Unsolved Disappearance of A Legendary Wilderness Explorer By David Roberts (library)-liked it If you liked "Into The Wild" you might try this one too.
Buy Ketchup in May and Fly at Noon by Mark di Vincenzo
Why We Broke up By Daniel Handler (library)
Trixie Belden and the Sasquatch Mystery by Kathryn Kenny
The Good Thief's Guide to Paris by Chris Ewan another by this author and I am enjoying them immensely!
Her Fork in the Road edited by Lisa Bach (short stories) gift from a friend
The Neon Jungle by John D. MacDonald
The Invisible Line by Daniel J. Sharfstein (library) very interesting about African Americans and mixed race African Americans passing as white in America.
Man in the Woods by Scott Spencer (library) mystery
Haunted Hikes by Andrea Lankford, serendipity, one of the hikes in this book concerns the disappearance of Everett Ruess that I read about earlier this month!
The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon
Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich (library) yeah, my excuse is that Ryan had it laying around the house. Like a pint of Ben and Jerry's, I couldn't resist
We bought a Zoo by Benjamin Mee (library) the book that the movie is based on
Murder for the Bride by John D. MacDonald
When in Germany, do as the Germans do by Hyde Flippo
The Bountiful Container by Rose Marie Nichols McGee and Maggie Stuckey--getting tips about growing veggies on my deck

20 books read this month

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow you read a lot!