BEST OF THE YEAR SO FAR?
Over at the 4 Mystery Addicts forum they are discussing which is their favourite book of the year, and the one book they want to read before the end of the year.
I think it is proably too early to decide on a favourite or best book yet with all the dark nights in November and December to come, when one can settle down and read, and read.
But the temptation is too great for a weak bookaholic like me, not to mention my choices at this time.
Best "new to me" crime author: Arnaldur Indridason for Tainted Blood [Jar City in USA] and Silence of the Grave
Best crime book set in Europe: The Day of the Owl by Leonardo Sciascia
Best crime book set in the USA: Prince of Thieves by Chuck Hogan
Best Historical crime book: The Coffee Trader by David Liss
Will these contenders stand up to my further reading experiences in the next two months?
These books are certainly a lot better than my abilities at lining them up on blogger.