11/2016

These are the books I read in November of 2016.  There were 19 books total with 9 crime,  5 general fiction,  1 Classic and 4 nonfiction.  Five were by women authors.

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CRIME/MYSTERIES
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** The Woman in Cabin 10
by Ruth Ware
2016/ 352 pages
read by Imogene Church – 11h 8m
rating:   B / Crime

** The Question of the Missing Head
by  E. J. Copperman (aka Jeff Cohen)
2014 / 336 pages
read by Mark Boyett 8h 16m
rating:  B  / cozy crime
(An Asperger’s Mystery #1)

** Bryant & May and the Burning Man
by Christopher Fowler
2015 /  416 pages
read by Jeff Cummings 10h 6m
rating C-

** The Likeness
by Tana French
2007   / 466 pages
read by Heather O’Neill
rating – A / crime – psychological thriller
(#2 in the Dublin Murder Squad series)

** Unintended Consequences
by Marti Green
2012/ 279 pages
read by Tanya Elby – 8h 20m
Rating:  C-
(Innocent Prisoners Project #1)

** Home
by Harlan Coben
2016 / 400 pages
read by Steven Weber
rating:  A / crime series
(11th of the Myron Bolitar series)

** The Wrong Side of Goodbye
by Michael Connelly
2016 / 400 pages
read by Titus Welliver 10h 21m
rating –A++
(#21 in Harry Bosch series)

** Fool Me Once
by Harlan Coben
2016 /  464 pages
read by January LaVoy 10h 5m
rating:  A+  / crime

** Musseled Out
by Barbara Ross
2015 / 304 pages
read by Dara Rosenberg – 7hr 28m
rating:  C- / cozy crime

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GENERAL FICTION
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** Mrs Engels
by Gavin McCrea
2015 / 368 pages
read by Annie Farr 11h 55m
rating:  6 (averaged*)  /  historical (?) fiction
* 2 for history,  8 for lit

** Nutshell
by Ian McEwan
2016 / 180 pages
read by Rory Kinnear 5h 26m
rating: 9.25

** The Nix
by Nathan Hall
2016 / 64o pages
read by Ari Flakos 21h  50m
rating –  8:   contemp fiction

** Breakfast with Buddha: A Novel
by Roland Merullo
2007 / 336 pages
read by Sean Runnette  9h 34m
rating  –  8 / spiritual (Buddhist)

** Fishbowl
by Bradley Somer
2015 / 305 pages
read by Peter Berkrot – 8h 54m
rating:  5  / general fiction (light humor)

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NONFICTION
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** Are We Smart Enough To know How Smart Animals Are?
by Frans de Waal
2016 / 352 pages
read by Sean Runnette – 10h 42m
rating 9  /  biology (cognitive ethology )
(both read and listened)

** The Vanishing Velazquez: A 19th Century Bookseller’s Obsession with a Lost Masterpiece
by Laura Cumming
2016 / 305 pages
read by Siobahn Redmond – 10h 15m
rating 7 /  art history

** White Trash:  The 400-year Untold History of Class in America
by Nancy Isenbert
2016 / 480 pages
read by Kirsten Potter  15h 5m
rating –  9 / social history
(read and listened)

** Hillbilly Elegy
by J.D. Vance
2016/ 257 pages (Kindle)
Read by J.D. Vance 6h 49m
Rating – 9

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CLASSICS:
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** The Sign of Four
by Arthur Conan Doyle
1890 / ? pages
read by Simon Prebble 5h 6m
(a Sherlock Holmes novel)
rating –  NA –  19th century detective novels –

 

 

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