NEW YORK TIMES BEST CRIME NOVELS 2010

The seven book covers represent the seven books I read this year that made it onto The New York Times Best Crime Novels of the year.

The others:

Belinda BAUER   –   BLACKLANDS

Deborah COONTS   –   WANNA GET LUCKY?

Colin COTTERILL   –   LOVE SONGS FROM A SHALLOW GRAVE

Steve HAMILTON   –   THE LOCK ARTIST

Charlie HUSTON   –   SLEEPER

Jesse KELLERMAN   –   THE EXECUTOR

Michael KORYTA    –   SO COLD THE RIVER

Sophie LITTLEFIELD   –   A BAD DAY FOR PRETTY

Denise MINA   –   STILL MIDNIGHT

Walter MOSLEY   –   THE LAST DAY OF PTOLEMY GRAY

Reggie NADELSON   –   BLOOD COUNT

Stuart NEVILLE   –   COLLUSION

Sara PARETSKY   –   BODY WORK

Robert PARKER   –   SPLIT IMAGE

Thomas PERRY   –   STRIP

Ian RANKIN   –   DOOR OPEN

Ruth RENDELL   –   PORTOBELLO

Joseph WAMBAUGH   –  HOLLYWOOD HILLS

There are a few on the list that I will read; I will definitely read  Cotterill, Rankin, and Rendell.

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