Mark Terry

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Reading--The Year In Review

December 13, 2006
I'm not sure if this is complete, but here are the books I read in 2006.

"S" is for Silence by Sue Grafton

Six for Gold by Mary Reed and Eric Mayer

The Next Ex by Linda L. Richards

The Mind Box by A.J. Diehl

The Deep Blue Alibi by Paul Levine

Alone by Lisa Gardner

White Tiger by Michael Allen Dymmoch

The Templar Legacy by Steve Berry

The Two Minute Rule by Robert Crais

Speak of the Devil by Richard Hawke

Rain Dogs by Sean Doolittle

An Unquiet Grave by PJ Parrish

Prior Bad Acts by Tami Hoag

Dark Light by Randy Wayne White

Gone by Jonathan Kellerman

Live Wire by Jay MacLarty

Promise Me by Harlan Coben

Nicotine Kiss by Loren Estleman

High Priestess by David Skibbins

Oblivion by Peter Abrahams

Bad Guys by Linwood Barclay

The Hard Way by Lee Child

Dead Watch by John Sandford

Thriller, anthology

The Last Assassin by Barry Eisler

The Last Spymaster by Gayle Lynds

Rusty Nail by J.A. Konrath

Break No Bones by Kathy Reichs

Blown by Francine Mathews

Sleeping With Fear by Kay Hooper

Spy by Ted Bell

Black Order by James Rollins

Death Match by Lincoln Child

Dead Run by PJ Tracy

Side By Side by John Ramsey Miller

The Last Family by John Ramsey Miller

The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan

Atlantis by ???? (Can't remember & can't find it on the shelves)

Consent to Kill by Vince Flynn

Blue Screen by Robert B. Parker

Kiss Her Goodbye by Robert Gregory Browne

Under Orders by Dick Francis

Sea Change by Robert B. Parker

Creepers by David Morrell

Straight by Dick Francis

A Garden of Vipers by Jack Kerley

Hundred Dollar Baby by Robert B. Parker

The Book of the Dead by Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston

Too Far Gone by John Ramsey Miller

Skinny Dip by Carl Hiaasen

The Death Collectors by Jack Kerley

Lone Wolf by Lindood Barclay

Kill All The Lawyers by Paul Levine

What Terrorists Want by Louise Richardson

Biological Weapons by Jeanne Guillemin

Echo Park by Michael Connelly

The One Percent Doctrine by Ruskin

Tyrannosaur Canyon by Douglas Preston

Mission Road by Rick Riordan

I'm also currently reading:

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling

The Patriots Club by Christopher Reich

It's possible I missed a couple. Now that I'm not reviewing books I don't really keep track, but that looks like a pretty good year of reading, if you ask me.

Best,
Mark Terry

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Wrong Hostage - Elizabeth Lowell
The Mephisto Club - Tess Gerritsen
are two great books worth reading.




Cherye Barta

12:47 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

The Mephisto Club is on my TBR pile (along with about 30 other books).

Also, I read:

A Gentleman's Game and Private Wars, both by Greg Rucka (and two books that really rang my bell this year)

3:16 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Sigh. And somehow managed to miss Crystal Rain by Tobias Buckell and Widows by Ed McBain.

4:42 AM  
Blogger Joe Moore said...

Mark,

There seems to be one glaring omission on your list. :-)

Joe

7:06 AM  
Anonymous gregory huffstutter said...

I'm hoping 'Katz' sneaks its way into your TBR pile.

I gotta get rid of this day job... really cuts into my reading time. I'm envious of your list!

9:51 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

Yeah, Joe, I haven't gotten to "The Last Secret"--it, too, is on my TBR--and Greg, I'm reading "Katz" right now, but slowly. This has been an odd week and I keep getting derailed.

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