A Few of My Favorite Things

I’m a bit under the weather, so today I’m sharing a few of my favorite things – this month’s favorite mystery, thriller/suspense, and paranormal series NOT written by current or former Mysteristas. Tell me yours in the comments!

Favorite Series – Mystery

  1. J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts) – In Death
  2. Agatha Christie – Miss Marple
  3. Jana Deleon – Miss Fortune Mysteries
  4. Carole Lawrence – Ian Hamilton Mysteries
  5. Leighann Dobbs – Lady Katherine Regency Mysteries
  6. Ellen Byron – Cajun Country Mysteries

Favorite Series – Thrillers/Suspense

  1. Catherine Coulter – FBI Thrillers
  2. Meg Gardiner – All of the them
  3. Allison Brennan – Lucy Kincaid Novels
  4. Kendra Elliot – Mercy Kilpatrick Series
  5. Laurie R. King – Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes Series

Favorite Series – Paranormal Mystery/Romance

  1. Patricia Briggs – Mercy Thompson Novels
  2. Kristen Painter – Nocturne Falls
  3. Lily Harper Hart – Ivy Morgan Mysteries, Harper Harlow Mysteries
  4. Michelle M. Pillow/ Jana Deleon/ Kristen Painter/ Mandy M. Roth – Happily Everlasting Series
  5. Devon Monk – Ordinary Magic Series

Author: Pamela A. Oberg

Pamela is Director, Client Services (Program Management) at an educational assessment company by day, writer by night. Founder of Writers on Words (a discussion and critique group), Pamela enjoys spinning tales of murder and mayhem, with an occasional foray into the world of the paranormal.

8 thoughts on “A Few of My Favorite Things”

  1. What a list!

    In no particular order, my favorites: Agatha Christie, Hank Phillippi Ryan, Annette Dashofy, “Harry Potter,” “The Chronicles of Narnia.” There are more, but let’s cut it off at what I call “desert island books,” the ones I’d want with me if I was stranded somewhere. 🙂

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  2. Wow! What an impressive list. And hope you’re feeling better fast. I skip around in my reading, but some reliable series favorites of mine are Margaret Coel, C.J. Box, Michael Connelly, James Rollins, Douglas Preston, Deborah Crombie, Shamini Flint, Spencer Quinn, Julia Spencer-Fleming, Susan Hill…I could keep going, there are so many.

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  3. I agree, your list is wonderful. I have some favorites as well, and many have been previously named, so I will add ones that HAVE NOT been listed by others.
    I have enjoyed reading the Lewis Trilogy by Peter May, the Promise Falls series by Linewood Barclay, both the Ali Reynolds and J P Beaumont series by J. A. Jance, and both the Mike Travis series and the new Ty Dawson trilogy by Baron Birtcher. Of course there is just something so wrong (and hilariously funny) about Joe Lansdale’s Hap and Leonard that I am compelled to read them.


  4. OMG, so many books to read! Overwhelming! I’ve read a lot of them, but some have been on my “intended” list for far to long. The “intended” list is the precursor to the TBR. I hope you’re feeling better, Pamela.


  5. Missed this yesterday so I’ll chime in today – Allison Brennan’s Max Revere series (yes, I love Lucy, too). Anything by Harlan Coban. Polly Iyer’s Diane Ravine series for paranormal and any stand alones – I love her writing. Ellen Byron’s Cajun Country series. Oh, so many more….Feel better, Pamela!

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