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1. Batman – Detective Comics – Volume 1: Rise of the Batman (graphic novel)

2. James Patterson The Stories of My Life by James Patterson (audio)

3. Border Crossings – a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway by EmmaFick (book)

4. Cold, Cold Bones – Kathy Reichs (audio)

5. Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith (audio)

6. Cat and Mouse by James Patterson (audio)

7. Things To Look Forward To by Sophie Blackall (book)

8. Rather be the devil – Ian Rankin (audio)

9. Pop Goes the Weasel- James Patterson ( audio)

I really enjoyed Border Crossings because it reminded me of a mix between an art journal and a travel guide. The drawings were a wonderful visual addition to the descriptive writing. I am definitely on the look out for more books like this.

I’ve read 9 books for the month of March. One book was a revisit of a book from my junior high school days, Go Ask Alice. Another was a graphic novel, which I seem to be reading more of these days. The graphic novel happens to be by one of my favorite writers, Jim Butcher. The list is as follows:

1. Go Ask Alice by Anonymous (audiobook)

2. River Woman, River Demon by Jennifer Givhan (audiobook)

3. American God’s by Neil Gaiman (audiobook)

4. Riverman by Ben McGrath (audiobook)

5. Red Bones by Ann Cleeves (audiobook)

6. The Dresden Files: Welcome to the Jungle by Jim Butcher (graphic novel)

7. The Iceman by Anthony Bruno (audiobook)

8. The Bone Code by Kathy Reichs (audiobook)

9. Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs (audiobook)

I used to be addicted to Kathy Reichs books when they were first published, but when the show Bones came out, I cast them aside for television. I’m back and loving them once again. The Book River Woman, River Demon, was a very interesting book. It was the March book club book from the New York public library. It’s not my normal type of book, but I enjoyed it thoroughly.

Here’s a list of books that I’ve read for the month of February.

1. In the Cold, Dark Ground – Stuart MacBride (audio)

2. Exit Music – Ian Rankin – (audio)

3. Turn Right at Machu Picchu – Mark Adams (audio)

4. A Glorious Freedom – Lisa Congdon (book)

5. Even Dogs in the Wild – Ian Rankin (audio)

6. The Devil’s Star – Jo Nesbo (audio)

As you can see I didn’t read many books this month. One of my favorites was A Glorious Freedom, which is a book about women growing older and beginning a new and glorious chapter in their lives. Whether it was beginning a new career and becoming a marathon racer while in their 40s, 50s, and beyond.