My Top 5 Reads for 2010

1. MATTERHORN by Karl Marlantes

If I wrote a list of what would be in my perfect read it would tick every box…twice! read more

2. THE PASSAGE by Justin Cronin

Government experiments, blood-thirsty creatures, an apocalypse, unlikely heroes. What is not to love! read more

3. SLEEPLESS by Charlie Huston

I love when my favourite writers blow me away! read more

4. THE TWELVE by Stuart Neville

This is not just one of the best thriller debuts of the last ten years; it is one of the best thrillers of the last ten years full stop. read more

5. THE LONELY POLYGAMIST by Brady Udall

Moves seamlessly between laugh-out-loud comedy and a deeply moving portrait of family. Put simply it is utterly brilliant. read more

Honorable mentions for THE TIGER by John Vaillant,  THE OLD SCHOOL by P. M. Newton, SAVAGES by Don Winslow, I’D KNOW YOU ANYWHERE by Laura Lippman and MOONLIGHT MILE by Dennis Lehane

What are your Top reads of 2010?

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