Another month has flown by and I've continued to feather my literary nest...err... add to my eBook stockpile. I find myself periodically going through the collections I've created on my Kindle to remind myself of all the goodies I have on it. This eReader is such a godsend when I think of all the problems I used to have when I had to pack for long trips. Naturally, I chose the books I was going to take first and then I started thinking about clothes. Now all I need is my Kindle and a charger, and with the new Kindles having longer battery life, they are the perfect traveling companion. Outside of Denis, that is.
Let's take a look at the books I downloaded during the month of September. I've grouped them according to genre/subgenre, and if you want to know more about a title, just click on it. You'll be taken to Amazon to learn more, but beware! If you decide to buy the book, the link I provide is from Amazon US, so it won't work for you if you're one of my readers from outside the US. Why do I link to Amazon? Am I affiliated with them? No. I just own one (make that two) of their Kindles.
Let's see all the books that tickled my fancy in September!
Trust Me by Hank Phillippi Ryan. Set in Massachusetts.
The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton. Set in England.
The Lock Artist by Steve Hamilton. Set in Michigan.
The Institute by Stephen King. Set in Minnesota, South Carolina, and Maine.
The Detection Collection edited by Simon Brett. Set in various locations.
Detective Kubu Investigates 2 by Michael Stanley. Set in Botswana.
Far from Home by Walter Tevis. SciFi set in various locations.
Flash by Donna Ball. Set in Florida.
Moonshadow Murder by Rich Curtin. Set in Utah.
The Hypnotist by Lars Kepler. Set in Sweden.
The Last Enemy by Grace Brophy. Set in Italy.
Greasing the Piñata by Tim Maleeny. Set in Mexico.
A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline. Set in Maine.
Taking Hawaii: How Thirteen Honolulu Businessmen Overthrew the Queen of Hawaii in 1893, With a Bluff by Stephen Dando-Collins. Set in Hawaii.
Dogtripping: 25 Rescues, 11 Volunteers, and 3 RVs on Our Canine Cross-Country Adventure by David Rosenfelt. Set in various locations.
The Clincher by Lisa Preston. Set in Oregon.
Off the Record by Diana Kilpatrick. Set in Idaho.
A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas. Set in England.
Mydworth Mysteries: A Shot in the Dark by Matthew Costello & Neil Richards. Set in England.
A Death of No Importance by Mariah Fredericks. Set in New York City.
The New Colossus by Marshall Goldberg. Set in New York.
You know I have to ask. Did any of these books tickle your fancy? Which one(s)? Or... have you already read any of them? What did you think? Inquiring minds would love to know!