2010 Best Reads


Kerrie at Mysteries in Paradise is collecting a list of the best crime fiction reads from readers of her blog.  The rules are simple – books read in 2010, regardless of when they were published. My total book count for 2010 was 73 books. I’m currently reading The Devil’s Star by Jo Nesbø (73) and I’ll tackle next No hay que morir dos veces (No Need to Die Twice) by Francisco González Ledesma (74), but I doubt I will finish this one prior to the 31st of December. My absolute favourites with no particular order were:

Far too many? Then just to comply with Kerrie’s request I’ll choose:

4 thoughts on “2010 Best Reads”

  1. >A fine list indeed (though we'd have to agree to disagree about the Manotti, not one of my favourites).It is so very hard just to name ten I agree. I have a list of about 30 so far and am arguing in my head about which ones should go and which should stay. It's getting a bit noisy 🙂

  2. >I gave up making a list of ten favourites, but when I posted my list of new-to-me authors, I marked the seven most memorable authors. But I have read so many crime novels this year that have been wonderful in different ways, some for setting, others for characters or plot. So perhaps it is just a good thing that we can´t narrow it down.

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