Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday #7: Last Ten Books That Came Into My Possession (bought, library, review copies)

Happy Tuesday! Time to do another Top Ten Tuesday list. This time it's the last ten books that came into my possession - whether bought, borrowed, or given. To see who else is playing this week, go here.

These are in no particular order:

1) Breeding Stations by Chris T. Kat - great m/m sci fi with an original plot involving dinosaur-like creatures, as well as a great hero named Berit, who likes to sleep around and speak his mind.

2) Dexter is Dead by Jeff Lindsay - The final book in the Dexter Morgan series. I had to read it, even though I wasn't overly fond of the one before.

3) A.B.C. Murders by Agatha Christie - After Murder in the Clouds, it's the next in the Hercule Poirot series, which I'm reading in order. They're all five star in my book.

4) The Underground Railroad by Natalie Hyde - background for a Civil War-era novel I'm going to write with Denise Wyant

5) Murder in the Clouds by Agatha Christie - A woman is killed on a plane full of people, and no one saw a thing! Luckily, Hercule Poirot is one of the passengers!

6) Lord Heliodor's Retirement by Amy Rae Durreson - After an unpleasant incident, Lord Heliodor
finds himself retired, at his country estate, with an annoyingly clumsy librarian who turns out to be the love he thought he lost thirty years ago. But wait, there's more!

7) Obsidian Sun by Jon Keys

8) Demon Sacred Vol 3 by Natsumi Itsuki

9) Grave Peril by Jim Butcher (Dresden Files #3)

10) The Naming of the Beasts by Mike Carey (Felix Castor series)

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