Books Read in 2012

Ronald’s 2012 Reading List

“The Caretaker of Lorne Field” by Dave Zeltserman

“The Narrows” by Ronald Malfi

“Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter” by Seth Grahame-Smith

“Southern Gods” by John Hornor Jacobs

“Albert of Adelaide” by Howard L. Anderson

“Hell & Gone” by Duane Swierczynski

“The Burying Place” by Brian Freeman

“Edge of Dark Water” by Joe R. Lansdale

“Pariah” by David Jackson

“A Matter of Blood” by Sarah Pinborough

“Siege” by Rhiannon Frater

“Floating Staircase” by Ronald Malfi

“Angel of Death” by J. Robert King

“Edge” by Thomas Blackthorne

“Hunted” by Emlyn Rees

Reading “Hunted” felt like standing in the middle of the tracks with a freighttrain coming my way at full speed and ex-CIA operative Daniel Shanklin gives Jason Bourne a good run for his money. As a matter of fact, Daniel Shanklin is Jason Bourne on speed.

“Allison Hewitt Is Trapped” by Madeleine Roux

“Threshold” by Jeremy Robinson

Mythology. Check. History. Check. Genetics. Check. Action. Check, Check, Check.

The 3rd installment of the Chess Team series takes the cake and then some. Although we’ve got a lot of year left, it’s going to be hard to knock Jeremy Robinson’s “Threshold” off of the number one spot of my list. It’s easily the best book in the series so far and I can recommend it to anyone who likes James Rollins, Michael Crichton and Clive Cussler and doesn’t mind the credibility of those books stretched to the limit and beyond. However, if you are willing to do just that you’re in for a real treat. *****

“Outpost” by Adam Baker

“Undead” by Kristy McKay

“Fighting to Survive” by Rhiannon Frater

“Deep Sky” by Patrick Lee