2016 Reading Challenge

Taking a break from the November to Remember to update my 2016 Reading Challenge.  After being slowed down considerably by A Thousand Days (wish we had a John F. Kennedy now!), I have been able to get through the next couple of books rather quickly.

“Moriarty” was a great little book for us Sherlock Holmes lovers.  I definitely did not guess the ending!  I think I’m going to try and pick up another one that Anthony Horowitz has written.

Now I am on “M is for Malice” by Sue Grafton.  I am using it to fill my “book set in your home state” category since Kinsey Millhone works in California.

I’ve read her other alphabet books and Sue Grafton is one of my favorite mystery writers.  Already on Page 30 and I just started it last night.  Last year I read 17 books and this is number 11 for this year.  I still have almost two months of reading left so if I keep picking these easy read books, maybe I can at least match that total!  
Read any alphabet series books?  Love suggestions!

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2 Responses to 2016 Reading Challenge

  1. Janet Miles says:

    LOL Ally, any comment is exiting for me as I am not yet as popular as you! I think Grafton's is the only alphabet but Janet Evanovich does numbers. I haven't started that yet!

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  2. Ally Bean says:

    I've only read one of Grafton's alphabet series, and I don't know which one it was. Picked it up in the airport, read on a plane, left in the hotel. Are there other alphabet series books out there? If there are I don't know them. [As comments go this might be one of the most useless!]

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