April Bestsellers

Thursday May 12 2011
by Whodunit

Better late than never! Need some reading ideas for the May long weekend? Here's what your fellow Whodunit customers are loving:

1. Elizabeth Peters, A River in the Sky
2. Lindsay Davis, Nemesis
3. Mary Jane Maffini, A Busy Woman’s Guide to Murder 
4. Leann Sweeney, The Cat, the Lady and the Liar
5. Mary Daheim, The Alpine Uproar
6. Susan Wittig Albert, Holly Blues
7. Sarah Graves, Crawl Space
8. John Sanford, Storm Prey
9. Kate Collins, The Night of the Living Dandelions
10.Mary Daheim, Loco Motive

1. Donna Leon, A Question of Belief
2. C.J. Sansom, Heartstone
3. Jo Nesbo, The Leopard
4. Camilla Lackberg, Gallow’s Bird
5. Jo Nesbo, The Redbreast
6. Philip Kerr, If the Dead Rise Not
7. Alan Bradley, The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag  
8. Ian Hamilton, The Water Rat of Wanchai
9. Henning Mankell, The Man From Beijing
10.Olen Steinhauer, The Nearest Exit 

1. Henning Mankell, The Troubled Man
2. Donna Leon, Drawing Conclusions
3. Alexander McCall Smith, Saturday Big Tent Wedding
4. Philip Kerr, Field Grey
5. Diane Mott Davidson, Crunch Time
6. Michael Connelly, The Fifth Witness
7. Rita Mae Brown, The Hiss of Death
8. Charles Cumming, Trinity Six
9. Robert B. Parker, SixKill
10.Quentin Bates, Frozen Assets 

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