Monday, December 2, 2019

Tuesday Tagline #169

Jurassic Florida (One Size Eats All #1)

The Sunshine State is going green. And scaly...   

  
 Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten list will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.

This week is all about the holiday reads. Because yeah it's December now, huh? Christmas is on the way and yikes I gotta shop! But first- books. Holiday books. Okay, I can do this. I don't read as many holiday- themed books as I used to a few years ago, I guess, but I'll just list some that I've liked- or would like to read. And why do I like a little mayhem with my holiday festivities? Well, it's imaginary, right? So it's all good haha- anyway let's do this!  


This was fun- you can see my thoughts here



This one I still need to get. 

No Exit

Okay this wasn't really festive at all- girl goes through the ringer- but it's set at Christmas time! 



Yes- GIVE me this book. 







I need this too. 

39 comments:

  1. Murder and Christmas? Why not? Enjoy! I always mean to read Holiday books during the holidays and then don't do it. This year will be different. My Holiday book list

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  2. I take it that Christmas gets you in the mood for crime stories... these are all new to me!

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  3. Over the last three to five years I'd started to read more Christmas-y novels. I never used to (or rarely), but I've found I quite enjoy it now. :)

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  4. Murder and Christmas, just like The Santa Clause starring Tim Allen, lol
    My TTT: Marie @ Pages to Explore

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  5. Murder and Christmas does kind of go hand in hand if you don't want to go for cozy romance haha.

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  6. No Exit! I read it last year around this time and I remember it making me feel physically cold at points. Such a good thriller!

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  7. I never read the holiday themed nicey nicey fun in the snow type books-my list for good potential holiday reads are full of scares!

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  8. Great list! Those Christmas mysteries all look so fun.

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  9. I love that you included No Exit. And murder mysteries. No sappy Hallmark-ish holiday reads here! LOL

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  10. I love this list and really need to check a few of these out. Death Comes at Christmas and Silent Night in particular.
    Lynn :D

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  11. I really love that you have included titles that are all new to me! I am off to lean more about No Exit now because somehow this holiday queen has missed that one. ;)

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  12. Haha of course it's the Brits who do holiday murder! Definitely could be a good idea to have a break from the Hallmark type story!

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  13. What a collection of Christmas mysteries! I haven't read any of them so I'll have to check them out. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

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  14. Those mysteries look great and yes, No Exit was an awesome read!

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  15. I love the idea of reading Christmas mysteries. How fun!

    My TTT.

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  16. I've seen a lot of these winter themed posts and I really am surprised how many books there are centered around the holidays! I don't seek them out so I guess that's why I'm surprised😁

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  17. I love the covers on the mystery books. So Christmasy!

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  18. LOL. I love how you included No Exit. I like how it diversified your list.

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  19. Murder and Christmas are perfect companions! I love this list.

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  20. these look fantastic and I love the covers. I'll need to look them all up.

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  21. Those are such wonderful covers! British Library Crime Classics sounds so...British and Classic!

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  22. So, these are like cosy holiday murder mysteries? Look at that!

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  23. LMAO Jurassic Florida!!! I feel like it could happen. They have a lot of iguana's spreading. It's a logical leap that they would mutate into dinosaurs and take over FL.

    Karen @ For What It's worth

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  24. I love all the Classic Mystery holiday covers! I need to pick up a few more of those. They're such fun reads!

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  25. I love the vintage-y covers - they look like they could be Christmas cards, except with, you know, murder.

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  26. I am thinking that No Exit is probably a book that I need in my life. Great list!

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  27. I really don't read holiday type books. I mostly read PNR and it's hard to find a good PNR Christmas book. lol

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  28. I love the covers on those mysteries!

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  29. I love the vintage look of those classics covers. I've been getting back in to classic crime novels this year so will take a closer look at these suggestions :-)

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  30. I so love these covers for the Christmas reads Greg! Perfectly fitting!!! And as far as romantic reads ...the one with the lady and the gun is ...priceless :-)))

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  31. What a great list of books! Love it. :)

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  32. It looks like your Christmas reading is spot-on...red on white, so to speak 😂.
    I wouldn't mind a collection of Christmas murders like these - I have some by Agatha Christie and Ellery Queen (two of my favourite vintage mystery authors), and I love the atmosphere!

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  33. Mayhem and Christmas -- I like how you think! these mysteries are right up my allery!

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  34. Some of these look pretty cool. :)

    Thanks for visiting my blog earlier.

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  35. Oohh all of these sound super intriguing! I'm going to have to check them out!

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  36. I read A Christmas Carol every year on Christmas Eve and that's the extent of my holiday reading..😏

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  37. Christmas mysteries sound fun! The covers are very cute too.

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