Not only was this a good month for books, but a good month for authors. I've been attending Thrillerfest, and I'll get pictures and my experiences posted in the next few days, but it's been great!
In the meantime, here are the books I read during June.
Blood's Burden by Alex Matthews - Therapist Cass McCabe and her husband, Zach, are called by Zach's son when he finds his girlfriend murdered, and he knows he'll be the primary suspect.
The Last of Something by Susan Kelly - Introspective story of 3 college friens and their reunion twenty years later.
Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher - When the daughter of a friend is mixed up in black magic, wizard Harry Dresden must fight magic to save her.
The Art of Deception by Laurie R. King - San Francisco Police Inspector Kate Martinelli investigates when her corpse turns out to be totally involved in the world of collecting and reinacting Sherlock Holmes' world.
Eye of Vengeance by Jonathon King - A departure from King's Max Freeman series. Nick Mullins, a Florida journalist who lost his wife to a drunk driver, is the link to a sniper's kills.
Blue Screen by Robert B. Parker - Two series characters, Sunny Randall and Chief Jesse Stone, get together when a movie star's sister is murdered.
The Greatest War Stories Never Told by Rick Beyer - 100 short tales from military history.
The Great Deluge by Douglas Brinkley - Fascinating story of the few days in which Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Wisdom of Our Fathers by Tim Russert - Letters from sons and daughters about their fathers.
The Husband by Dean Koontz - A landscaper is given a couple days to ransom his wife for $2 million.
And You Know You Should Be Glad by Bob Greene - Emotional story of Greene's lifelong friendship with Jack, who died of cancer.
Twelve Sharp by Janet Evanovich - Ranger's daughter is kidnapped at the same time that he disappears.
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