Friday, 6 April 2007

2017 Reading List

2017  46 for the year

The Marked Girl - Lindsey Klingele
Daughter of the Forest - Juliet Marillier
Killing Season - Faye Kellerman
Splinter the Silence - Val McDermid

The Mermaids Singing - Val McDermid
Insidious Intent - Val McDermid
Dark Matter - Greg Iles
Unsub - Meg Gardiner
I know a secret - Tess Gerritsen

Off Reservation - Bram Connolly
Endgame - The Complete Fugitive Archives - James Frey
The Wife Drought - Annabel Crabb
The Green Road - Anne Enright
The Fighting Season - Bram Connolly

A Season of Knives - P.F. Chisholm
Livia Lone -Barry Eisler
Turncoat -Jim Butcher
Maisie Dobbs - Jacqueline Winspear
A Gentleman in Moscow - Amor Towles (I wasn't enjoying this, so returned it)

Bones are Forever - Kathy Reichs
Night School- Lee Child
The God's Eye View - Barry Eisler
A Famine of Horses - P.F. Chisholm
Side Jobs: Stories from the Dresden Files - Jim Butcher

The Kept Woman - Karin Slaughter
Allegiance of Honour - Nalini Singh
Amnesia - Peter Carey
Rogue Lawyer - John Grisham ebook
The Lake House - Kate Morton ebook

Triptych - Karin Slaughter
Minimalism, live a meaningful life - Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus
The Silent Dead - Claire McGowan
Hillbilly Elegy - J.D. Vance
Archangel's Heart - Nalini Singh

The Dead Ground - Claire McGowan
Fragile - Lisa Unger
A Savage Hunger - Claire McGowan
A Year Between Friends -  Maria Alexandra Vettese
The Dry - Jane Harper

I found you - Lisa Jewell
The Fall - Claire McGowan
Corrupted - Lisa Scottolini
Wild Embrace - Nalini Singh
The Truth According to Us - Annie Barrows

The Lost - Claire McGowan
Children of the Revolution - Peter Robinson (started at end of 2016 finished in 2017)
Blood and Memory - Fiona McIntosh
The Reaper - Steven Dunne
Bridge of Souls - Fiona McIntosh

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