December Bestsellers

Monday Jan 02 2012
by Whodunit

Looks like there was a lot of great reading done over the holidays. Got a gift card and not sure how to spend it? Here's what your fellow readers bought in December.

Hardcovers
1. P.D. James, Death Comes to Pemberley   
2. C.C. Benison, Twelve Drummers Drumming   
3. Alexander McCall Smith, The Forgotten Affairs of Youth 
4. Alan Bradley, I Am Half-Sick of Shadows  
5. Peter Robinson, Before the Poison   

Trade Papers
1. Shirley Mackay, Hue and Cry    
2. Ian Rankin, The Impossible Dead 
3. Margaret Frazer, A Play of Heresy
4. Neil Cross, Luther: The Calling        
5. Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot's Christmas 
6. Louise Penny, A Fatal Grace (Aka Dead Cold) 
7. Barbara Hamilton, Sup with the Devil         
8. James Henry, First Frost                
9. Tasha Alexander, And Only to Deceive        
10.Steig Larrson, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest

Mass Markets
1. M.C. Beaton, Death of a Chimney Sweep   
2. Peter Robinson, Bad Boy                    
3. Leslie Meier, English Tea Murder         
4. Ian Rankin, The Complaints
5. Ali Brandon, Double Booked for Death    
6. Andrea Penrose, The Cocoa Conspiracy      
7. Medieval Murderers, The Sacred Stone 
8. Louise Penny, Still Life                 
9. C.J. Sansom, Dissolution               
10. Jo Nesbo, The Redbreast



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