What’s in a name challenge, old and new year

An old (2010) and new (2011) year challenge is the “what’s in a name” challenge, featured at Fleur Fisher, DJ’s Krimiblog and elsewhere. I managed to do both years from the books I’d reviewed in 2010. (Click on book title for the review.)

The old year (2010) challenge.

A book with a food in the title:
The Dinner Club by Saskia Noort

A book with a body of water in the title:
River of Shadows by Valerio Varesi

A book with a person’s title in the title:
The Inspector and Silence by Hakan Nesser

A book with a plant in the title:
The Poison Tree by Erin Kelly

A book with a place name in the title:
The Demon of Dakar by Kjell Eriksson

A book with a music term in the title:
The Siren by Alison Bruce

The new year (2011) challenge

A book with a number in the title:
Three Seconds by Roslund-Hellstrom

A book with jewelry or a gem in the title:
The Eye of Jade by Diane Wei Liang

A book with a size in the title:
Hidden Depths by Ann Cleeves

A book with travel or movement in the title:
American Visa by Juan de Recacoechea

A book with evil in the title:
Bad Intentions by Karin Fossum

A book with a life stage in the title:
The Last Child by John Hart

If this particular game does not appeal, Karen has rounded up several of the current reading challenges over at the Euro Crime blog.