01 September 2011

Book list - Aug 11

Ghost Story - modern fantasy, by Jim Butcher
The Old Buzzard Had It Coming - historical mystery, by Donis Casey
Wolf - YA, by Gillian Cross (Carnegie Medal, 1990)
Aliens on Vacation - children's SF, by Clete Barrett Smith
Hornswoggled - historical mystery, by Donis Casey
Alas, Babylon - WWIII fiction, by Pat Frank *
A Murder, a Mystery, and a Marriage - mystery, by Mark Twain
The Latte Rebellion - YA, by Sarah Jamila Stevenson
The Drop Edge of Yonder - historical mystery, by Donis Casey
Gunsmoke Over the Atlantic: First Naval Actions of the Civil War - USCW, by Coombe
The Confederate States of America: What Might Have Been - AH, by Roger L Ransom


Eleven books last month, one of them a reread (marked by an asterisk). I'm not setting an official goal this year, though I do expect to read around 200 books.

The one Carnegie Medal winner brings me up to 56 of 72. I regret to say that I didn't make note of which library to thank for the ILL.

2 comments:

Megan D. Neal said...

Which ones were your favorites?
The only one I've read is Alas, Babylon.

RM1(SS) (ret) said...

I usually save the "favourites" list for the yearly recap, but you can always assume that the ones I post pictures of fall into that category. Alas, Babylon is another favourite - this must be the fifth or sixth time I've read it. The Donis Casey mysteries (starring Oklahoma farm wife Alafair Tucker) were also very good.