Wednesday, December 7, 2016

2017 Cloak and Dagger Reading Challenge

I will be doing this one again. I'm still working on this year's challenge and have already read more then 40 books, so I think I can get that many next year, or close to it. Click here to sign up.

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I can’t believe it’s already time to sign up for 2017. I hope everyone who participated last year read a lot of great mystery, suspense, and thrillers. I know I did and I found a lot of new series! This year Barb @ BookerTsfarm and I have decided to add a few things to the challenge. Hope you will join us!

I read more mysteries this year than I have in a while, so I think I am a bit addicted. I can tell my reading mood has changed over the last couple of years and it’s landed on mysteries and horror. So I read almost 100 mysteries of some type this year!!

This year Barb and I have decided to open up a facebook group for all of us who are addicted to mysteries as we thought it would be fun to chat now and then about those mysteries we are reading. You read a really good one and want to give it a shout out, or if your curious to see what everyone is reading, or want to tease us with a tidbit from your current read, or just general chatter.  Here is the groups link:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/350512171977943/ It’s a closed group so just ask to join and we shall let you in.

Challenge Rules:

You can read any book that is from the mystery/suspense/thriller/crime genres. Any sub-genres are welcome as long as they incorporate one of these genres.
You don’t need a blog to participate but you do need a place to post your reviews to link up. (blog, goodreads, booklikes, shelfari, etc.)
Make a goal post and link it back here with your goal for this challenge.
Books need to be novellas or novels, please no short stories. (At least 100 pages +)
Crossovers into other challenges  are fine.
The Challenge will  be from Jan. 1st to Dec. 31st. (Sign up ends April 15th)
There will be a monthly link up so that others can check out your progress and look at your reviews. At the halfway mark and at the end we will have a giveaway for those participating.

If you tweet about your progress or reviews please use the hashtag #2017CloakDaggerChal so others can see it.

Levels:

5-15 books – Amateur sleuth

16-25 books – Detective

26-35 books – Inspector

36 – 55 – Special agent

56+ books – Sherlock Holmes

Here is what I am reading:

  1. The Abominable Man--Maj Sjowall
  2. 12th of Never--James Patterson
  3. Rainbow Drive--Roderick Thorp
  4. Catch Me--Lisa Gardner
  5. Big Bob--Georges Simenon
  6. A Sudden Silence--Eve Bunting
  7. Southern Ghost--Carolyn G. Hart
  8. The Hound of the Baskervilles--Arthur Conan Doyle
  9. Unlucky 13--James Patterson
  10. Easter Bunny Murder--Leslie Meier
  11. The Cat Who Had 14 Tales--Lilian Jackson Braun
  12. Turbo Twenty-Three--Janet Evanovich
  13. Night Fall--Nelson DeMille
  14. The Neighbor--Lisa Gardner
  15. The Girls--Emma Cline
  16. The Woman in Cabin 10--Ruth Ware
  17. A Study in Scarlet--Arthur Conan Doyle
  18. 14th Deadly Sin--James Patterson
  19. Luckiest Girl Alive--Jessica Knoll
  20. Killer Gourmet--G.A. McKevett
  21. Smoke Screen--Sandra Brown
  22. How to Paint a Cat--Rebecca M. Hale
  23. 15th Affair--James Patterson
  24. The Big Kitty--Claire Donally
  25. Cold Pressed Murder--Kelly Lane
  26. The Trouble With Magic--Madelyn Alt
  27. The Case of the Unlucky Loser--Erle Stanley Gardner
  28. A Dead Liberty--Catherine Aird
  29. Ming Tea Murder--Laura Childs
  30. Patterns in the Sand--Sally Goldenbaum
  31. Lady Audley's Secret--Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  32. Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch--Nancy Atherton
  33. The Moonstone--Wilkie Collins
  34. Peaches and Screams--G.A. McKevett

1 comment:

  1. Glad you are joining up this year. Hope you get to read a lot of great mysteries! :)

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