Apr 4, 2010

Books I Read in March

  1. Infernal by F. Paul Wilson - Jack's Father is killed in an airport massacre forcing Jack to reunite with his brother Tom. Judge Tom has some problems with the law and needs to disappear, and thinks the Lilitongue of Gefreda is the answer. 
  2. Fantasy in Death by J. D. Robb - Bart Minnock started U-Play with his three friends Benny, Cilla and Var. When he is murdered in an ingenious way. Eve wonders which of the three wanted him out of the way.
  3. Rogue by Danielle Steel - With a lot of help from their kids Blake & Maxine find their way back to each other at the last minute.
  4. Matters of the Heart by Danielle Steel - Hope Dunne thinks she has found the perfect man when she meets mystery writer Finn O'Neill but soon she feels as if she is trapped in one of his psychotic thrillers, will Robert Bartlett be able to help her escape in time.
  5. Southern Lights by Danielle Steel - After being betrayed by her husband Alexa Hamilton fled the South taking her young daughter with her. Now to keep Savannah safe, Alexa will have to send her back to the family that rejected them both.
  6. House Rules by Jodi Picoult - When Jacob Hunt an 18 year old with Asperger's syndrome is accused of murder his lawyer is so busy building a plea around Asperger's that no one thinks to ask Did Jacob do it or is he covering up for someone else? And was Jess brutally beaten as the prosecution claims or did she simply slip and fall after getting out of the shower?
  7. Worst Case by James Patterson - How many kids will die before Michael Bennett & Emily Parker can stop the "Charity Killer"
  8. Whispered Lies by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love ~ Carlos has spent sixteen years running from his father's wrath and protecting his aunt and cousin. The Bureau of American Defense has been his refugee but now he may have to choose between the woman he has come to love and the government agency that gave him a second chance.

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