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Reading Recap | October 2017

November 6, 2017 | No comments


 

October was a great reading month. I read 26 books, and although quite a few of them were quite forgettable (or even boring) there were also lots of 4 star books. The three highlights this month were:

One Grave too Many by Beverly Connor ★★★★
Ebook | 404 pages (Read October 16-17)

First in a series about Diane Fallon, a museum director and forensic anthropologist in Maryland. I have a soft spot for crime series with forensic themes, and this one is my newest favourite. I loved it so much that I read five more books from the series this month, and none of them disappointed.

 
The Thirst by Jo Nesbø ★★★★
Ebook | 536 pages (Read October 10-11)

I have had mixed opinions about the Harry Hole books, but the latest one (published earlier this year) was a page turner and definitely my favourite of the series.

 
The Executioner by Chris Carter ★★★★
Ebook | 400 pages (Read October 10-15)

The second book about LAPD Detective Robert Hunter did not disappoint. This time, Hunter investigates a series of murder where the victims are killed by their greatest fear.

 
OTHER READS
★★★★
The Mermaids Singing by Val McDermid | Dead Guilty by Beverly Connor | Dead Secret by Beverly Connor | It’s Murder, My Son by Lauren Carr | Dead Hunt by Beverly Connor | Scattered Graves by Beverly Connor

★★★
The Blood Spilt by Åsa Larsson | Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt | A Cold Day in Paradise by Steve Hamilton | The Storm of the Century by Al Roker (audio) | Black Water Lilies by Michel Bussi | Even Dogs in the Wild by Ian Rankin (audio) | Land of Shadows by Rachel Howzell Hall | Wolves in the Dark by Gunnar Staalesen | Old Loves Die Hard by Lauren Carr | The Chesapeake Bride by Mariah Stewart | Dead Past by Beverly Connor | Blessed are Those Who Thirst by Anne Holt

★★
The Girls Next Door by Mel Sherratt | Fundraising the Dead by Sheila Connolly | To Davy Jones Below by Carola Dunn | Baltimore Blues by Laura Lippman | Skies of Ash by Rachel Howzell Hall | Rather be the Devil by Ian Rankin (audio) | Farm Fresh Murder by Paige Shelton

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