2011 Books

1. ‘Salem’s Lot — Stephen King.

This was a fun read!   I love a scary book; especially about vampires!

2. The Art of Deception — Ridley Pearson

This book was OK for me.  There seemed to be a lot of different story lines going on; several of which I got bored of following.  I wish it would have been more directed on the main character and the man that was chasing her.  I think, though, that main characters in the story are in several of Pearson’s novels.  This would explain why I felt there were too many story lines to follow.


3. Daddy’s Girl — Lisa Scottoline

I really enjoyed this book! It was a fast and easy read, which I needed after book number 2 this year.  There wasn’t a lot of thinking involved, just reading and enjoying the story.  The end had an unexpected twist, which was a nice way to finish.



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