#AMonth of Faves: 5 Favorite Winter Reads

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For today’s #AMonthofFaves post we’re picking our favorite winter reads from last winter. A Month of Favorites is hosted by hosted by Girlxoxo, Traveling with T and Estella’s Revenge. Today’s link-up is at Estella’s Revenge.

I’m looking at books I read December ’13 through February ’14, but only one is very seasonal.

The Line by J. D. Horn – I’m not sure if this was really good or if I just happened to read it at the right time. Either way, I gave it 5 stars.

The Redbreast by Jo Nesbø – good “damaged” detective, great writing. This was the  first Nesbø I had read.

Harmless by Ernie Lindsey – Definitely an odd book, centered around a very unusual character.

The Grumpy Shepherd by Pattie Devon – Yes, it’s a kids Christmas picture book, but I enjoy it every year.

Invitation to Die by Helen Smith – Writers and bloggers and murder, oh my!

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What were your favorite reads last winter?

10 Comments

  1. I’ve read a couple Nesbo’s and liked The Snowman best (come to think of it, I totally should have included that on my 5 Winter Faves List – oops!). But, I haven’t read The Redbreast. However, I get annoyed at how the marketing machines bill him as “the next Stieg Larsson”…I like that expectation just sets you up for disappointment! Plus, he has his own style.

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