2 June 2012

What I read in May 2012

Crime Fiction 2012
My books this month are almost entirely Kindle, particularly since May 11 when we left for overseas.
This has worked out particularly well, even just in terms of not having to carry a huge bag of books with me.

I have also been able to read five books by Australian authors for the last week or so, making my lack in previous months.
  1. 3.2, MURDER AT THE ROCKS, Jill Paterson (31 May) - Kindle - Australian
  2. 4.8, THE PRECIPICE, Virginia Duigan (30 May) - Kindle - Australian
  3. 4.6, THE MISSING, PD Martin (28 May) - Kindle - Australian
  4. 4.6, DEATH MASK, Kathryn Fox (28 May) - Kindle - Australian
  5. 4.8, CHELSEA MANSIONS, Barry Maitland (26 May) - Kindle - Australian
  6. 4.4, COOKING THE BOOKS, Kerry Greenwood (24 May) - Kindle
  7. 4.7, THE ABOMINABLE MAN, Maj Sjowall & Per Wahloo (21 May) - Kindle
  8. 4.2, THE BROTHERS OF BAKER STREET, Michael Robertson (20 May) - Kindle
  9. 4.6, DEFENDING JACOB, William Landay (18 May) - Kindle
  10. 4.4, CROOKED HOUSE, Agatha Christie (15 May) - Kindle
  11. 3.1, BICYCLE SHOP MURDER, Robert Burton Robinson (14 May) - Kindle
  12. 4.6, BELIEVING THE LIE, Elizabeth George (12 May) - Kindle
  13. 4.6, THE HOUSE AT SEA'S END, Elly Griffiths (11 May) - audio book
  14. 4.7, A DISSECTION OF MURDER, Felicity Young (6 May) - Kindle
  15. 4.8, THE HANGING SHED, Gordon Ferris (3 May) - Kindle

It was a close thing for Pick of the Month between CHELSEA MANSIONS, Barry Maitland  THE HANGING SHED, Gordon Ferris,  and THE PRECIPICE, Virginia Duigan.

I have chosen THE PRECIPICE because it is such an unusual book.

See what others have chosen.

2 comments:

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Margot Kinberg said...

Kerrie - That's an impressive lot of books! I am in awe. Good you have your Kindle with you so you can keep reading during your travels :-).

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