Friday, August 3, 2007

July Reads

Not a bad month. Hard to belive it is August

112. Who Makes Up These Rules, Anyway? by Stevi Mittman 3.5/5 296p
113, Decaffeinated Corpse by Cleo Coyle 273p 5/5
114. PMS Murder by Laura Levine 245p 4/5
115. Queen of Babble in the Big City by Meg Cabot 307p 5/5
116. Crime Brulee by Nancy Fairbanks 274p 2/5
117. I'd Rather Be IN Philadelphia by Gillian Roberts 220p 3/5
118. Barefoot by Elin Hilderbrand 403p 5/5
119. Killer Weekend by Ridley Pearson 323p 4/5
120. Ever Running Man by Marcia Muller 312p 4/5
121. Death By Pantyhose by Laura Levine 244p 4/5
122. Silenced by Syrah by Michele Scott 241p 4/5
123. The Quickie by James Patterson 274p 4/5
124. What Matters Most by Luanne Rice 338p 5/5
125. Touching Stars by Emilie Richards 521p 5/5
126. Until The Day You Die by Tina Wainscott 371p 5/5
127. The Dying Game by beverly Barton 440p 5/5
128. Justice Denied by JA Jance 371p 4/5
129. The Second Summer of The Sisterhood by Ann Brashares 373p 4/5
130. Girls in Pants by Ann Brashares 338p 4/5


Bookfool said...

Not a bad month! Hahahaha. You've read twice as many books as I have, this year!!

Heidi said...

You need more reading time in your life.

April said...

Great reads in July! I have the new Cleo Coyle and am anxious to read it. I am anxious to get the new Queen of Babble also. The first one was so good!

Heidi said...


My copy of Queen of Babble in The Big city is makings its rounds. If you want to be included let me know.


Joy said...


In future months, would you consider writing a few sentences, even just one, for each book to give us a sense as to why you rated each book as you did?

I just read your e-mailed list of August and there were many that I'd love to hear more about from you.

If a sentence is too much, then maybe just stating the genre. ???

I'm asking this because you have a fabulous list of books and I'm sure some great insight that you could share with us booklovers that would be much appreciated.

Would you at least consider it? :) Thanks.


P.S. Everybody has their own purpose for their blog and I certainly don't want to infringe upon yours. I'm merely making a suggestion because I'm very curious about the titles you have read. NO PRESSURE! :)

Heidi said...


Sorry I have not responded sooner. I will be posting my Sept reads and I will try to do this.

Not to sure how my insight will come across in words but will give it a shot.

Thanks for the suggestion.