Fiction:

  1. Tropical Freeze by James W. Hall
  2. Margarita Nights by Phyllis Smallman
  3. Skating Over the Line by Joelle Charbonneau
  4. Maximum Bob by Elmore Leonard
  5. The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson book 2) by Rick Riordan
  6. Black Irish by Stephan Talty
  7. Last Call for the Living by Peter Farris
  8. Blood, Ash, & Bone by Tina Whittle
  9. Dead Things by Stephen Blackmoore
  10. American Fuji by Sara Backer
  11. 212 by Alafair Burke
  12. Evil in All Its Disguises by Hilary Davidson
  13. The Hard Bounce by Todd Robinson
  14. Braking Points by Tammy Kaehler
  15. Follow Her Home by Steph Cha
  16. Scare Me by Richard Parker
  17. The Devil in Her Way by Bill Loehfelm
  18. Night Terrors by Dennis Palumbo
  19. Shotgun Lullaby by Steve Ulfelder
  20. Carved in Darkness by Maegan Beaumont
  21. House of Rain by Greg F. Gifune
  22. Suspect by Robert Crais
  23. Fun and Games by Duane Swierczynski
  24. Third Strike Zoe Sharp
  25. Criminal Enterprise by Owen Laukkanen
  26. Always Watching by Chevy Stevens
  27. Key Death by Jude Hardin
  28. Skinner by Charlie Huston
  29. These Mortal Remains by Milton T. Burton
  30. The Big Reap by Chris F. Holm
  31. Good Girl, Bad Girl by Christopher Finch
  32. Strong Rain Falling by Jon Land
  33. Road Kill by Zoë Sharp
  34. The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau
  35. Shotgun Moon K.C. McRae
  36. Steel Heart: Ten Tales of Crime and Suspense by Thomas Pluck
  37. Skating Under the Wire by Joelle Charbonneau
  38. Skating On the Edge by Joelle Charbonneau
  39. The Double by George Pelecanos
  40. A Drink Before the War by Dennis Lehane
  41. Montana by Gwen Florio
  42. Blade of Dishonor by Thomas Pluck
  43. Penance by Dan O’Shea
  44. Purgatory by Ken Bruen
  45. Big Maria by Johnny Shaw
  46. Country Hardball by Steve Weddle
  47. Orange Crush by Tim Dorsey
  48. Model Home by Eric Puchner
  49. Triggerfish Twist by Tim Dorsey
  50. Plugged by Eoin Colfer
  51. Fourth Day by Zoë Sharp

Anthologies/Journals/Short Fiction Collections

Non-fiction/Memoir

  1. Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky
  2. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen
  3. The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America by Erik Larson
  4. Island of Bones by Joy Castro
  5. All the Wild Children by Josh Stallings
  6. Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
  7. Undercover Cop: How I Brought Down the Real-Life Sopranos by Mike Russell & Patrick W. Picciarelli
  8. Smile at Strangers: And Other Lessons in the Art of Living Fearlessly by Susan Schorn
  9. Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream by Barbara Ehrenreich

Graphic Novels/Comics

  1. Fables vol. 2: Animal Farm by Bill Willingham art: Mark Buckingham
  2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Long Way Home (Season 8, vol. 1) by Joss Whedon
  3. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: No Future for You (Season 8, vol. 2) by Brian K Vaughan
  4. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wolves at the Gate (Season 8, vol. 3) by Drew Goddard
  5. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Time of Your Life (Season 8, vol. 4) by Joss Whedon
  6. Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft (vol. 1)  by Joe Hill; art: Garbriel Rodriguez
  7. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Omnibus (Season 7)
  8. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Predators & Prey (Season 8, vol. 5) by Jane Espenson
  9. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Retreat (Season 8, vol. 6) by Jane Espenson
  10. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Twilight (Season 8, vol. 7) by Brad Meltzer
  11. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Last Gleaming (Season 8, vol. 8) by Joss Whedon
  12. Locke & Key: Head Games (vol. 2) by Joe Hill; art: Garbriel Rodriguez 
  13. Locke & Key: Crown of Shadows (vol. 3) by Joe Hill; art: Garbriel Rodriguez
  14. Locke & Key: Keys to the Kingdom (vol. 4) by Joe Hill; art: Garbriel Rodriguez
  15. Locke & Key: Clockworks (vol. 5) by Joe Hill; art: Garbriel Rodriguez

 

2013 Reading Challenge

2013 Reading Challenge
Neliza has
completed a goal of reading 75 books in 2013!
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2 thoughts on “Reading List 2013

    1. nelizadrew says:

      That widget doesn’t seem to update automatically, but I do like keeping track of what I’ve read. I like being able to go back a few years and go, “Oh, yeah, that was that book I liked so much.” Because, honestly, it’s hard to remember them all when you read so many a year.

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