For this year, I have decided to read all The New York Times Best Sellers. I browse any of the books that can break the TOP TEN and visit my local library and reign havoc waiting in line to get my grubby hands on them.
So far, this is what I have been able to capture.
NOTE: I would recommend each of these books. If a book does not capture me in the first 15 pages to two chapters, I turn the books back in to the library for the next eager reader.
New York Times Best Sellers
Cross the Line by James Patterson
Alex Cross and his wife, Bree, join forces to catch a serial killer
No Man’s Land by David Baldacci
Special Agent John Puller, a highly-ranked military investigator, is pulled back into his own childhood history to re-examine to murder of his mother. John’s father, a former three-star general, now with dementia, stands in as the accused.
Turbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich
Stephane Plum, a bounty hunter, is at it again. Only this time, there is a murder by way of popsicle?
Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks
At thirty-two, Russell Green has life made- until it all falls apart. A well-told, too-often-heard, story of a marriage breaking apart and the chaos it leaves in its wake.
Heartbreak Hotel by Jonathan Kellerman
Alex Delaware investigates the murder of a soon-to-be, 100-year-old woman with apparent mob-connections in her early years.
Nonfiction Books for of Personal Interest
10 Rules of Writing by Elmore Leonard
A humorous overview of basic writing rules.
Pulling Down Strongholds by Derek Prince
An insightful devotional, originally written as sermons, detailing the spiritual warfare for a Christian.
Chicken Soup for the Runner
Inspirational stories about athletes… from childhood school races to ultra-marathons.
Written for About Me and Entertainment.