I READ 148 BOOKS IN 2015. I'M REVIEWING THEM 10 AT A TIME. PART 2/15.

  1. 🏅 Gun Street Girl by Adrian McKinty.
    An amazing noir mystery set in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. Reeeeally good.
  2. Beauty by Robin McKinley
    My teenaged self loved this. My adult self was not disappointed.
  3. 💣 Bon Appétempt by Amelia Morris
    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
    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
    Oh Mrs Pollifax.
  6. Who Buries the Dead by C.S. Harris
    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
    The first entry in a rather trite YA trilogy. But a nice, fast read.
  8. Crossed by Ally Condie
    The love triangle gets more triangular.
  9. Reached by Ally Condie
    The final entry. Triangle resolved.
  10. Too Bad to Die by Francine Mathews
    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!