Monday, May 18, 2015
Top Ten Tuesday
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It's Top Ten Tuesday again. It's hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
Today's topic is a freebie. We get to choose whatever we'd like. I'm choosing to focus on series books this week. These are books that are part of a continuing series. My regular readers know I love cozy mysteries and most of those are part of a continuing series. My top ten theme this week is series I've started and have been wanting to get back to. Here are my top ten in no particular order... (BTW, I could have easily gone above ten, but since this is Top Ten Tuesday, I controlled myself :)
For those that don't know, I host the Finishing the Series Reading Challenge - which I've made no progress on this year. LOL One of the series I listed as wanting to finish is the Pizza Lovers Mysteries. I still want to read them, but I couldn't figure out which series on my top ten to replace since I want to read them all. Since I don't want to break the rules and list 11, I'll just sneak in a plug here...
1) Black Cat Bookshop Mysteries by Ali Brandon (I really miss Hamlet and need to catch up with him.)
2) Klepto Cat Mysteries by Patricia Fry (I loved her first two books and have the others on my Kindle waiting for me.)
3) Cat in the Stacks Mysteries by Miranda James (Definitely need to catch up with Diesel the cat)
4) Pru Marlowe Pet Noir Mysteries by Clea Simon (It's been way too long since I started this series and I have these on my Kindle, too.)
5) Scrapbooking Mysteries by Laura Childs (I loved the first book and want to read more, but there are so many!)
6) A Cats in Trouble Mysteries by Leann Sweeney (Another series I love, but didn't have a chance to continue, but I will!)
7) Mrs. Murphy by Rita Mae Brown (How I got away from reading them I'll never know, but I want to get back to them.)
8) Joe Grey by Shirley Rousseau Murphy (These were my first cat mysteries and I used to read each book as soon as it came out. Reviewing has stopped alot of my usual reading habits.)
9) Coffee House Mysteries by Cleo Coyle (I enjoyed the first few and they are set in New York. Being a native New Yorker, that always gets my attention.)
10) Hannah Swensen Mysteries by Joanne Fluke (I only read the first one and loved it. These books make me want to have dessert all day. LOL)