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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Top 2 Tuesday - My Book Picks!









I love to read so I was super excited about picking my two favorite books!  The only thing is that I have read a lot of good books and I can't pick!  So I will pick the ones that I have read recently that I really like.

1.  The Weight of Silence by Heather Gudenkauf
    


from her web site
I really liked this book because it wasn't a love story.  It kept you in suspense until the last page!  I read this book in one night!


2. Two Little Girls in Blue by Mary Higgins Clarke

This is a book that I have read several times, although I know how it ends.  I just keep re-reading it to see if there are signs that I missed that point to who the villain is.  It's a really great book.

Now I am off to link up with Taylor and see if I can find me a new book to read!  Tell me what your latest read is - or your favorite book!  I'd love to check it out!

6 comments:

Lanie Ree said...

Hmm, that first one looks really interesting. And the second one is obviously good- who doesn't like Mary Higgins Clark?

Just stopping by from Top Tue Tuesday!

beingzaraandzidan said...

hey thanx for the sweet comments on my blog & thanx a lot for following. I am here to follow u! love ur blog!

Taylor @ The Undomestic Momma said...

Thanks for linking up! Ill have to check those out!

Marcia said...

Welcome to MBC! I just read Storm Warning by Billy Graham. On the other side of the library, I LOVE books by Harlan Coben, particularly the Myron Bolitar Series. He's sorta like Mary Higgins Clark, and a little "who-done-it", with a slightly comic twist. Love your site!

Marcia
www.agracefulllife.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

I think I've read everything that MHC has written. Have you read any of the Stephanie Plum series? I LOVE those.

Thanks for stopping by.

LisaDay said...

Is the Mary Higgins Clark book about the twins? If so, I read it last summer. Clark is always a good read.

Robert B. Parker, who sadly died in January, is a fantastic, quick read. I have read everything he has ever wrote.

LisaDay