October 27, 2007

Alexandra "Barney" Barnaby Series

by Janet Evanovich

Humorous mystery.

  1. Metro Girl

  2. Motor Mouth

The author's website is here.

October 15, 2007

Mitford Years Series

by Jan Karon

Contemporary Christian fiction; inspirational fiction.

  1. At Home in Mitford

  2. A Light in the Window

  3. These High, Green Hills

  4. Out to Canaan

  5. A New Song

  6. A Common Life

  7. In This Mountain

  8. Shepherds Abiding

  9. Light from Heaven

The author's website is here.

October 8, 2007

Grant County Series

by Karin Slaughter

Contemporary mystery; crime fiction.

  1. Blindsighted (2001)

  2. Kisscut (2002)

  3. A Faint Cold Fear (2003)

  4. Indelible (2004)

  5. Faithless (2005)

  6. Beyond Reach (2007) Published as Skin Privilege outside of US.

  7. Undone (2009)

  8. Broken (2010)

The author's website is here.

Harry Bosch Series

by Michael Connelly

Contemporary mystery; police procedural.

  1. The Black Echo (1992)

  2. The Black Ice (1993)

  3. The Concrete Blonde (1994)

  4. The Last Coyote (1995)

  5. Trunk Music (1997)

  6. Angels Flight (1999)

  7. A Darkness More Than Night (2001) (Also features Terry McCaleb.)

  8. City of Bones (2002)

  9. Lost Light (2003)

  10. The Narrows (2004)

  11. The Closers (2005)

  12. Echo Park (2006)

  13. The Overlook (2007)

  14. The Brass Verdict (2008) (Also features Mickey Haller.)

  15. 9 Dragons (2009)

  16. The Reversal (2010) (Also features Mickey Haller.)

  17. The Drop (2011)

The author's website is here.

October 4, 2007

The Motivation Behind This Blog

Kathrin is hosting a Series Challenge. It will run from December 1 to May 31, with a possible extension. There is no set number of books to read, but participants have to read the books in order to be up-to-date with the series involved. I decided that if I want to play along - which I do - I needed to figure out what series I actually read and how current I am with each one. And that's why I'm here.

Introductory Post

I've "stolen" this idea from booklogged (who blogs about books here and now also here). I hope she doesn't mind too much! :o)

The sole purpose of this blog is to keep track of the various series that I read. Of course, I always welcome your comments!