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Just Desserts reading recommendations from Oct 2014

Hey, mystery fans! Looking for something good to read? At the final Just Desserts meeting for 2014, on October 30th, after discussing our monthly “assigned” book, we did a round robin at the table, asking attendees to share what mysteries they’d been reading lately that they felt they could recommend.

Here’s a list of the novels that were hot last month with this mystery-savvy crowd:



  • Night of the White Buffalo by Margaret Coel
  • Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs (several JD readers)
  • Personal by Lee Child (several JD readers)
  • Designated Daughters by Margaret Maron
  • Wendigo Island by William Kent Krueger
  • Digital Fortress by Dan Brown
  • The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (a.k.a. J.K. Rowling)
  • Harry Lipkin, Private Eye by Barry Fantoni
  • The Silence of the Library by Miranda James
  • Money Shot by Christa Faust
  • Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
  • The Citadel by Karen Mosse
  • Murder 101 by Faye Kellerman
  • Her Last Whisper by Karen Robards
  • Innocent Prey by Maggie Shayne
  • A Silent Man by Alex Berenson
  • Buried Secrets by Joseph Finder
  • The Golem of Hollywood by Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman
  • Haunted by Kay Hooper
  • The Book Stops Here by Kate Carlisle
  • Private Down Under by James Patterson and Michael White
  • Killer Physique by G.A. McKevett
  • Proof Positive by Archer Mayor (reviewed for library’s Customer Reviews on BookGuide)
  • The Outsmarting of Criminals by Steven Rigolosi
  • The Dog Who Knew Too Much, A Fistful of Collars and The Sound and the Furry all by Spencer Quinn — all as audiobooks
  • The Virgil Flowers series of John Sandford
  • The Hamish Macbeth series of M.C. Beaton
  • The Rebus series of Ian Rankin
  • The works of Tony Hillerman
  • The works of Craig Johnson
  • The works of John LeCarre


  • Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook Shin
  • The Dinner by Herman Koch
  • Discover Zen by David Fontana
  • Siddhartha and Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse
  • Great Books of the Western World series
  • Crossfire by Louis L’Amour
  • Killing Patton by Bill O’Reilly
  • It Worked For Me by Colin Powell

So, what mysteries have you been reading lately that you’d recommend?