2010 YA Nominee: The Morgue and Me, by John C. Ford. A summer job at the morgue, a corrupt coroner, a Trans Am-driving hot ticket of a journalist, and a hard-boiled young narrator = Big Fun.
Edgar Award Nominees & Winners.
2012 YA Nominee: Maureen Johnson's The Name of the Star. Ghosts! Jack the Ripper! London! Romance! Private school! LOVE.
2010 YA Nominee: Shadowed Summer, by Saundra Mitchell. Genuinely creepy ghost story and a coming of age story. A debut that made me a fan for life.
2006 YA Nominee: Peter Abrahams' Down the Rabbit Hole. Stars a 13-year-old heroine who emulates Sherlock Holmes! So much fun.
Beachy Novels: breezy reads for your summer vacation. Fast, fun, enjoyable books, perfect for the beach, the pool, or your own backyard.
Books Worth Reading
No matter what store I go into, I ALWAYS end up in the book aisle! I even wander the woodworking book section at Woodcraft when my husband needs to pick up a woodworking tool there.
Books worth reading
Abibliophobia: the fear of running out of reading material.
BEACH PLUM ISLAND by Holly Robinson -- the journey to discover a secret that rapidly unravels the very fabric of their entire family…
The Summer Guest - Kindle edition by Justin Cronin. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.