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Re: What Mystery Book Tops Your 2009 Reading List? [Re: Barbara, GayLesbianEditor] #509807 04/07/09 02:03 PM
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I'm currently reading Cleo Coyle's Espresso Shot. Also, just finished the first in Cleo's coffeehouse series, On What Grounds.

Any coffee lovers out there who have enjoyed this series?

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Re: What Mystery Book Tops Your 2009 Reading List? [Re: Edie - MysteryBooksEd] #510739 04/09/09 11:14 AM
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I am reading The Ghost and Mrs. McClure by Alice Kimberly, and am really enjoying the story.

Have you read any of the haunted bookshop mysteries? Have you ever had a similar experience?

Re: What Mystery Book Tops Your 2009 Reading List? [Re: Edie - MysteryBooksEd] #522782 05/25/09 09:05 AM
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Just finished the third Paco and Molly book by Rosemary and Larry Mild. A great, fun mystery series. Check out the review of the third book here:

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Re: What Mystery Book Tops Your 2009 Reading List? [Re: Barbara, GayLesbianEditor] #526525 06/07/09 04:06 PM
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I just discovered Camille Minichino/Margaret Grace. I am SO enjoying both of her (or should that be "their"?!?) cozy mystery series. As Minichino she writes the Periodic Table Mystery Series and as Grace she pens the Miniature Mystery Series. I am so glad that I have several more books of hers to "play catch-up" in my TBR bookshelf!

(I am already feeling a little bittersweet about the time when I have to wait patiently for her to put out a new book...)

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I am already feeling a little bittersweet about the time when I have to wait patiently for her to put out a new book...


I know what you mean - I'll read a series and get caught up, then wait. Once I get going I would rather keep the pace.


Re: What Mystery Book Tops Your 2009 Reading List? [Re: Edie - MysteryBooksEd] #538457 07/23/09 05:06 PM
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Is it my imagination or are you ladies into "food/drink" mysteries? I love Lee Child, Greg Isles, but also love Sue Grafton and am patiently awaiting her next Kinsey Millhone book. I am trying to get into Nevada Barr and J. A. Jance.

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Hi, Ginnmi, I can't speak for everyone, but I do like the "food/drink" mysteries - along with others. I like Sue Grafton, I like Sara Peretsky (which I probably spelled wrong!) and others. I tried to read one Nevada Barr book because it was set in Michigan, but I didn't like it so I didn't finish. Right now, I'm reading "Death by Darjeeling" by Laura Childs but I have a few books waiting for me and not all are mysteries. Do you *not* like the food/drink mysteries?


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Food and drink mysteries do seem to be attractive to some of us, although one of my favorites is the Sue Grafton series. My other favorites are Janet Evanovich/Stephanie Plum and China Bayles mysteries by Susan Wittig Albert.

I haven't read Greg Isles, but seems like I have read Laura Childs somewhere along the line.

Barbara - I haven't read any of Nevada Barr books. Are you a Childs or is this the first of hers you have read?

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Hi, Edie. Death by Darjeeling was my first Childs but I didn't even finish it. I just couldn't get into it. Too bad, because I've heard such great things about her.


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I'm reading The Begotten by Lisa T. Bergren. I'm not sure if it's a mystery or not but it's interesting. It's the first of a series and so far it's just setting up storyline.


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