It's that time of year when many readers tally up the books they read during the year. I don't keep detailed tallies: sex or nationality of author, fiction or non-fiction, etc. You're welcome to keep spread sheets, I'd rather read. I read 110 books last year, more than the two previous years. Because I've been posting the books I've read each month, that's what you get in this post.
Death Under Sail - C. P. Snow
Airs Above the Ground - Mary Stewart
The Crime at the Noah's Ark - Molly Thynne
Tamarack County - William Kent Krueger
Maigret and the Headless Corpse - Georges Simenon
Murder in Academia - Christine Poulson
Windigo Island - William Kent Krueger
Turbo Twenty-three - Janet Evanovich
The New Adventures of Ellery Queen - Ellery Queen
You can see that I needed comfort reads, all mysteries of one sort or another. I'm hoping 2017 will be a year of peace and quiet and good health so I can enjoy some books that require more attention. I have to admit, though, that mysteries are my first love. When I was a child, I wanted to learn to read so I could read Nancy Drew by myself.
I wish you all a happy reading year, with many interesting books and the time to read them.