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Mystery & Suspense Challenge 2011 (COMPLETED)


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Timeline: 01 Jan 2011 - 31 Dec 2011


RULES:
* To read TWELVE (12) mystery & suspense novels in 2011 (12 is the minimum but you can read more if you wish!)

* You don't have to select your books ahead of time, you can just add them as you go. Also if you do list them upfront you can change them, nothing is set in stone! The books you choose can crossover into other challenges you have on the go.

* You can join anytime between now and the later part of next year.

* At the beginning of Jan 2011, you will find a link to specific month to add your reviews. There will be a monthly prize too courtesy of the lovely Simon & Schuster - you must be signed up to the challenge and add the link to your review to be entered into the monthly prize draw.




One of my favorite genres, and when I saw this challenge I flipped back and forth, but what the hay! Let's do this!



1. THR3E - Ted Dekker
2. India Black - Carol K. Carr
3. House of Dark Shadows - Robert Liparulo
4. The Breath of God - Jeffrey Small
5. Never Knowing - Chevy Stevens
6. Private - James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
7. The Hypnotist - M.J. Rose
8. Shoulder Bags and Shootings - Dorothy Howell
9. Beg for Mercy - Jami Alden
10. Tempest in the Tea Leaves - Kari Lee Townsend
11. Remember Me - Christopher Pike
12. India Black and the Widow of Windsor - Carol K. Carr

Comments

  1. This does sound like a great challenge! I love the button.

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  2. good luck. with this one. i didn't get very far with this year's thriller challenge. other things seem to get in the way ;-D

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  3. It does sound like fun but I'll have to think about it, my reading time has been limited lately. I do love that button.

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