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June 2010 Books

I read 7 books in June, one was a children's book...

1) Sweet Tea at Sunrise - Sherryl Woods
2) Honeysuckle Summer - Sherryl Woods
3) Evidence - Jonathan Kellerman
4) Caught - Harlen Coben
5) Treasure Hunt - John Lescroart
6) Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten - Audrey Vernick, illustrations by Daniel Jennewein
7) Family Ties - Danielle Steel

Woods' books are always enjoyable. These 2 books finished a trilogy that I started in May.

Kellerman's Alex Delaware books always intrigue me, though some are better than others. This was one of the good ones.

Coben is one of those authors whose books are hard to put down. Suspense writing at its best!

Lescroart has several series (my favorite involves Dismas Hardy), but this one is about the Hunt Club. Not his best book, but still a good read.

Everyone probably knows by now that the children's book Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten was illustrated by my niece's husband, Daniel Jennewein. I highly recommend this book for young children, especially those that will be starting school in the next few years!

Steel has always been one of my favorite authors. Her books are quick reads, and usually include some major drama that brings readers to tears. This was one of her better recent books.

I finally received The Ocean Between Us by Susan Wiggs from Library Thing's Early Reviewer Program. I found out I was selected to receive it several months ago, and it took forever to get here. Once I finish my current read (Broken by Karin Slaughter) I will be reading Wiggs' book.

Comments

Lenore said…
The books I've won through LT have always been speedy in coming - except for the 2 I never got. Well 13/15 isn't bad!
Linda said…
I've won 4 now, though one was an e-book e-mailed to me. This one was from the April batch, so it really did take more than 8 weeks to get here!

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