Thursday, January 19, 2012

Top 10 Mysteries of 2011 by QBR fan Jenny

No Justice by Darcia Helle 
This is an excellent book filled with action, good dialogue, wit, and great characters. 

Caraliza by Joel Kirkpatrick 
This book is haunting and beautiful and stayed with me long after I finished reading 

The Scavengers Daughter by Mike McIntyre 
A combination thriller/mystery/horror, this book starts out with a gripping prologue and launches straight into action with the first of its high-profile victims. 

Hit Or Missus by Gayle Carline 
Witty and clever. 

Hamelin’s Child by D. J. Bennett 
Dark and disturbing, and may not be for everyone, but I couldn’t put it down. 

No Limit by Fred Anderson 
Intense action and nothing is at it seems. 

The Hard Way by Lee Child 
Great hook and loved the scenes set in England. 

Plum Island by Nelson DeMille 
Lots of suspense and plenty of humor. 

Dying For A Date by Cindy Sample 
A laugh on every page. 

The Innocent by Vincent Zandri 
Believable, well written mystery with an underlying theme of redemption.

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