Thursday, March 11, 2010

Book Update

Some of these books were read at the end of 2009 and then the rest in 2010.
Purity in Death by J.D. Robb
Another good read staring Eve Dallas and Rourke. This one is about a rogue computer virus that is actually killing people.
Have You Seen Her? by Karen Rose
Special Agent Steven Thatcher has sworn to find the serial killer preying on this small town. He's a widower, worried about his son Brad who is struggling in school. The bright light in their lives is Brads teacher, Jenna Marshall. Steven and Jenna have both been hurt before but they start spending time together. At the same time the killer is closing in on Jenna.
The Collector by Cameron Cruise
This is one of those rare books that I didn't finish. I persevered and read about a 100 pages and then gave up. It starts out about the murder of a fortune teller and gets confusing from then on.
Dangerous to Know by Barbara Taylor Bradford
Who would have wanted to kill millionaire Sebastian Locke, the world's most beloved philanthropist? Vivienne Trent, a journalist, and Sebastians ex-wife intends to find out. She uncovers startling revelations that will turn her life around.
Dead Right by Brenda Novak
Twenty years ago Madeline Barker's father disappeared. Despite what everyone thinks, she is convinced her stepfamily had nothing to do with it. But the recent discovery of his car finally proves he didn't just drive away. and with what was found in the trunk the police say that there's more to this case than murder. Madeline hires a private investigator who begins to uncover shocking evidence. Sooner or Later by Debbie Macomber
No one in the tiny town of Boothill, Texas knows the real Shaun Murphy and that's the way he likes it. The postmistress, Letty Madden knows that Murphy is the only person that can help her find her brother. He is a missionary in Zarcero in South America where the government has been overthrown be a military coup.
6 Rainier Drive, 74 Seaside Avenue and 92 Pacific Boulevard - all by Debbie Macomber
These books are all from the Cedar Cove collection of books. If you enjoy DM books you'll enjoy these. I don't think I need to give a review. They are more of the same light reading that can be expected from her books.
Bye for now.