Friday, December 18, 2015

Challenge Wrap-Up: 2015 New Authors Reading Challenge

The 2015 New Authors Reading Challenge was hosted by Literary Escapism. I wanted to read at least 15 new authors, and actually doubled that goal. Didn't get them all reviewed, but here's the list:
  1. Michael Phillip Cash: The After House 
  2. Glenn Cooper: The Resurrection Maker 
  3. Jonas Karlsson: The Room 
  4. Erika Swyler: The Book of Speculation 
  5. Charles Todd: A Fine Summer's Day (Inspector Rutledge #17)
  6. Elizabeth Hand: Wylding Hall 
  7. Damien Boyd: As the Crow Flies (DI Nick Dixon #1)
  8. Becky Masterman: Fear the Darkness (Brigid Quinn Thriller #2) 
  9. Alan Hunter: Gently Does It (Inspector George Gently #1)
  10. Martha Ockley: A Saintly Killing (Faith Morgan #3) 
  11. Brian Harvey: Beethoven's Tenth (Frank Ryan #1)
  12. S.K. Tremayne: The Ice Twins 
  13. Jonathan Aycliffe: The Silence of Ghosts 
  14. Pierre Boileau (and Thomas Narcejac): Vertigo 
  15. Blake Crouch: Pines (Wayward Pines #1) 
  16. Kate DiCamillo: The Tale of Despereaux 
  17. Paul Tremblay: A Head Full of Ghosts
  18. Sascha Arango: The Truth and Other Lies 
  19. Anne Perry: The Angel Court Affair (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt #30) 
  20. Rebecca Stead: Goodbye Stranger 
  21. Jill Morrow: Newport: A Novel 
  22. Elizabeth Edmondson: A Man of Some Repute (A Very English Mystery #1)
  23. Lauren Owen: The Quick  
  24. David Mitchell: Slade House 
  25. Jennifer McMahon: The Night Sister 
  26. Kaylie Jones: The Anger Meridian 
  27. Haruki Murakami: South of the Border, West of the Sun 
  28. Elizabeth Berg: What We Keep 
  29. Marty Wingate: Between a Rock and a Hard Place 
  30. Jean-Pierre Alaux (and Noël Balen): Backstabbing in Beaujolais 
Many thanks to the challenge host -- this is always one of my favorite challenges.

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