1. 🏅 Gun Street Girl by Adrian McKinty.
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    An amazing noir mystery set in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. Reeeeally good.
  2. Beauty by Robin McKinley
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    My teenaged self loved this. My adult self was not disappointed.
  3. 💣 Bon Appétempt by Amelia Morris
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    Blah. She was so self-entitled and whiny. I almost fell asleep while reading this, and I NEVER fall asleep while reading. (Granted, it was 2:30 am, and I was nursing the baby, but still.)
  4. The Best Medicine by Tracy Brogan
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    Told you I went on a romance kick. Not as good as the first book in the Cold Harbor series, but still funny.
  5. The Amazing Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman
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    Oh Mrs Pollifax.
  6. Who Buries the Dead by C.S. Harris
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    I loooooove this historical fiction series! Or maybe I just love Sebastian St. Cyr. Regency England, it's so great. Dark murderous regency England, even better!
  7. Matched by Ally Condie
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    The first entry in a rather trite YA trilogy. But a nice, fast read.
  8. Crossed by Ally Condie
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    The love triangle gets more triangular.
  9. Reached by Ally Condie
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    The final entry. Triangle resolved.
  10. Too Bad to Die by Francine Mathews
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    I was skeptical, I admit. When the character list on the back of a novel includes James Bond, FDR, and Churchill, a lot could go wrong. But this was a surprisingly good mystery!