2010 The First Readings

This page will represent authors that are new to me this year.


January  2010

Karin Slaughter-Triptych

Maggie Stiefvater- Linger

Kami Garcia & Margaret Stoh-Beautiful Creatures

Kelley Armstrong-Bitten

Cormac McCarthy-The Road

Max Turner-Night Runner

Sarah Beth Durst-Ice

Laurie Halse Anderson-Wintergirls


February    2010

Charlie Huston-Already Dead

Mary E. DeMuth-Daisy Chain, A Novel


March 2010

Kim Harrison-Dead Witch Walking

Francesca Lia Block-Pretty Dead

Steven Herrick-The Wolf


April   2010

P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast-Marked

Susan Beth Pfeffer-Life As We Knew It

Seth Grahame-Smith-Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter


May 2010

John Manning – The Killing Room

Parker Blue – Bite Me

Leslie Meier – Bake Sale Murder

Greg Iles –  The Footprints of God


June  2010

Katie Alender – Bad Girls Don’t Die

Robert Harris – The Ghost Writer (Previously published as The Ghost

James L. Rubart – Rooms

Lisa Schroeder – I Heart You, You Haunt Me

Justin Cronin – The Passage


July 2010

Markus Zusak – The Book Thief

Paula Morris – Ruined

Melissa Marr – Wicked Lovely

Lincoln Child – Terminal Freeze

R. J. Anderson – Faery Rebels, Spell Hunter

Christopher Pike – Remember Me


August 2010

Eileen Goudge – Once In A Blue Moon

Jen Nadol – The Mark

Christine Barber – The Replacement Child

G.A. McKevett – Wicked Craving

Thomas  H. Cook – The Fate of Katherine Carr


September  2010

Catherine Jinks – The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group

Linda Fairstein – Entombed


October  2010

Nevada Barr –  13 1/2

Mark de Castrique – Fatal Undertaking

Peter Quinn – The Man Who Never Returned

Anita Shreve – Testimony

Jane Eagland – Wildthorn


November  2010


December  2010

Sara Gruen – Water For Elephants




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