Monday, November 8, 2010

PW Best of 2010: Mysteries

Publishers Weekly just came out with its list of Best Books of 2010. There are 100 books on the list, and many are mysteries. Yay!

Interesting to note that several mysteries are in the fiction category while most are in the Mystery Category, and one is under Romance. I may have missed one or two. Let me know.

Congratulations to all the authors!

The Following novels are listed under Fiction:
Our Kind of Traitor by John le Carre (Viking)
Faithful Place by Tana French (Viking)
Invisible Boy by Cornelia Read (Grand Central)
Innocent by Scott Turow (Grand Central)
Years of Red Dust by Qui Xiaolong (St. Martin's)

The Following Novels are listed under Mystery
The Man with the Baltic Stare by James Church (Minotaur)
Love Songs from a Shallow Grave by Colin Cotterill (Soho Crime)

Bleed a River Deep by Brian McGilloway (Minotaur) 
Bury Your Dead by Louise Penny (Minotaur) 
The Insane Train by Sheldon Russell (Minotaur) 
The Red Door by Charles Todd (Morrow)

The Following Novel is listed under Romance
The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook (Berkley)

Read the Entire list, HERE.


beekay said...

Good to see that mysteries are so well represented!

GG Byron said...

Janet - Any idea of the basis (bases?) for the selections?
s/John Gordon
. . . See you at Malice Domestic in the Spring!

Janet Rudolph said...

Not sure, but try going back to the original article. I'm pretty sure there was info on that