Thursday, December 15, 2016

Favorite Reads of 2016 (So Far)




The reason that I labeled this post "My Favorite Reads of 2016 (So Far)" is because due to unforeseen circumstances I lost a couple of months reading time in 2016, and there are some books published in 2016 that I know I would have put on this list if the year hadn't run out before I read them.  I think that this year is going to require an addendum sometime early in 2017, after I've managed to read those 2016 books that got caught in the year-end crunch.  However, I did enjoy a great reading year with the books I did read.  So, here are sixteen books from 2016 that I absolutely loved from beginning to end, heavy with series' books, but some spectacular stand-alones, too.  

 
I Let You Go by Claire Mackintosh 

















       The Necessary Murder of Nonie Blake by Terry Shames


                                                          Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye 


















                                                              
The Murder of Mary Russell by Laurie R. King                        
















                            


 The Woman in Blue by Elly Griffiths      
 
                      


                                           Walleye Junction by Karin Salvalaggi 


















 Quiet Neighbors by Catriona McPherson 


                                                            
          
    Heart of Stone by James Ziskin
   


                                                 Crowned and Dangerous by Rhys Bowen 


















A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny 



















                                              
                                Coffin Road by Peter May 


                                   The Queen's Accomplice by Susan Elia MacNeal 


















Murder in Containment by Anne Cleeland 



















                              Smoke and Mirrors by Elly Griffiths 


                                                     Say No More by Hank Phillippi Ryan 
















Darktown by Thomas Mullen 


















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