Read in 2019

2018 was a bumper reading year for me and I read a new personal best of 72 books. (You can see them here). This year I'm aiming to read 70 books and I'll be listing them as I go. Click on the hyperlinks below to read the reviews as the year progresses or you can check out my reviews alphabetically by author.

2,024 QI Facts To Stop You In Your Tracks by John Lloyd

Dead Heat by Peter Cotton
In Miniature: How Small Things Illuminate the World by Simon Garfield
An Orchestra of Minorities by Chigozie Obioma

The Au Pair by Emma Rous
The Familiars by Stacey Halls

Threads of Life by Clare Hunter
Hunter by Jack Heath
Green Is The New Black by James Phelps

Perfect Ten by Jacqueline Ward
Claude & Camille: A Novel of Monet by Stephanie Cowell

The Binding by Bridget Collins
The Mountain Story by Lori Lansens

The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths
The Easiest Slow Cooker Book Ever by Kim McCosker
The Scholar by Dervla McTiernan

Treasure Palaces by Maggie Fergusson

Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson
Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor

Under the Midnight Sky by Anna Romer
My Book (Not Yours) by Ben Sanders
The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey
Boxed by Richard Anderson
A Lovely and Terrible Thing by Chris Womersley

Give Me Your Hand by Megan Abbott
Anna of Kleve: Queen of Secrets by Alison Weir

Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein
Little Gestures by Mari Andrew
Into the Night by Sarah Bailey
Beyond The Pale by Emily Urquhart
The Accusation by Wendy James
The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant by Kate Nunn

The Museum of Modern Love by Heather Rose
Hunting Evil by Chris Carter
Something to Live For by Richard Roper
Wakenhyrst by Michelle Paver
The Everlasting Sunday by Robert Lukins
Pan's Labyrinth: The Labyrinth of the Faun by Guillermo del Toro & Cornelia Funke
Unsolved Australia: Lost Boys, Gone Girls by Justine Ford

The Butterfly Room by Lucinda Riley
The Blue Rose by Kate Forsyth

Currently Reading
Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor
Tidelands by Philippa Gregory

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