A Baker’s Dozen: Authors Unknown

Do you pick up books by authors you have no idea of? I love to do so, esp. when I feel I might be discovering a hidden gem. Here are thirteen books that I purchased this year with absolutely no idea of the authors. I liked the brief summary on the back cover and so purchased them:

Imaginative cover.

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Have you read any of these? Which one would you recommend? Depending upon the covers which one would you have picked-up?

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Part of my A Baker’s Dozen series. For other entries, click here.

9 thoughts on “A Baker’s Dozen: Authors Unknown

  1. I must admit I've only heard of one of these writers: C.J. Sansome. Haven't read any though. Judging from the covers I'd pick up NO REST FOR THE DOVE (Gorgeous cover.) and WINTER IN MADRID.

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  2. I've taken chances on authors like that, too, Neeru. And sometimes it does pay off handsomely. I like Karin Fossum's work very much, and hope you will, too. Calling Out For You is one of her really good ones, I think.

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  3. I may do a post like this for some of the books that I got at the book sale this weekend. Good idea.Plots and Errors by Jill McGown is a wonderful book. It is part of a series and I liked every one of them..I have not read Fossum but I have some of her books and I have heard that they are good.

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  4. Yes, it does pay-off at times Margot. I can recall a couple of books that I picked up without having any idea about their authors and they turned out to be lovely. I picked up the Fossum because of its Indian connect and am very happy that you recommend it so highly too.

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