Read in 2023

In 2022 I read a total of 75 books and I'm going to try and read that many again this year. I’ll be keeping track of what I read in 2023 on this page, so feel free to click on any of the hyperlinks below to read the reviews as the year progresses. You can also check out my reviews alphabetically by visiting my Books By Author page. Wish me luck!

Copywrong to Copywriter by Tait Ischia
The Whispering Muse by Laura Purcell
Andrew Lloyd Webber's the Phantom of the Opera Companion by Andrew Lloyd Webber
The Death of John Lacey by Ben Hobson
What to Say When You Don't Know What To Say by Davina Bell
The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro

The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow
Bartleby, the Scrivener by Herman Melville
Built to Move by Juliet Starrett & Kelly Starrett

Regarding the Pain of Others by Susan Sontag
Lady Tan's Circle of Women by Lisa See
The Terrible Event by David Cohen
Perv by Jesse Bering
Almost Lost Arts by Emily Freidenrich
Doomsday Book by Connie Willis

Rental Person Who Does Nothing by Shoji Morimoto
Bizarre by Marc Dingman
The Dirt on Clean - An Unsanitized History by Katherine Ashenburg
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The Puzzler by A.J. Jacobs
Zero Days by Ruth Ware
Care Packages by Michelle Mackintosh
The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill

The Widow of Walcha by Emma Partridge
The Murder of Harriet Monckton by Elizabeth Haynes
Badness by Gary Jubelin
Eartheater by Dolores Reyes
Newes from the Dead by Mary Hooper
And Away by Bob Mortimer
The Invisible Hour by Alice Hoffman

The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle
The Boy Under the Table by Nicole Trope
The Book of the Raven - Corvids in Art & Legend by Angus Hyland and Caroline Roberts
Miss Austen by Gill Hornby
Don't Hang Up by Benjamin Stevenson
The Widow of Pale Harbour by Hester Fox
Bone Rites by Natalie Bayley

Everyone on This Train is a Suspect by Benjamin Stevenson
If I Was a Horse by Sophie Blackall
This Mortal Coil - A History of Death by Andrew Doig
RecipeTin Eats Dinner by Nagi Maehashi
Maphead - Charting the Wide, Weird World of Geography Wonks by Ken Jennings
What Lies Beneath - My life as a Forensic Search and Rescue Expert by Peter Faulding
The Armour of Light by Ken Follett

The Turn of Midnight by Minette Walters
Corners of Melbourne by Robyn Annear
Retro Sydney - 1950-2000 by Nathan Mete
The Frozen River by Ariel Lawhon
Fierce Love by Susan Scott
Kill Your Husbands by Jack Heath

The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See
You're All Talk by Rob Drummond
Thinking with Your Hands by Susan Golden-Meadow
The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
The Secret History of Christmas by Bill Bryson
Oscar Wilde quote from Keep Inspiring Me

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