Recommended Reading

some-favesA few of my personal favorites – alphabetically by author

“The keeper of lost causes” by Jussi Adler-Olsen

“Five night stand” by Richard J. Alley

“Shadow” by Karin Alvtegen

“A man called Ove” by Frederik Backman

The story of Arthur Truluv” by Elizabeth Berg

Under the harrow” by Flynn Berry

“Little black lies” by Sharon Bolton
“Dead woman walking” by Sharon Bolton

“Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Brontë

“Lost for Words” by Stephanie Butland

Raven black” by Ann Cleeves

“Pocketful of names” by Joe Coomer

“Under your skin” by Sabine Durrant

A place for us” by Harriet Evans

“The crossing places” by Elly Griffiths

The girl in the red coat” by Kate Hamer

“84, Charing Cross Road” by Helene Hanff

Unspoken” by Sam Hayes

“The devotion of Suspect X” by Keigo Higashino

The various haunts of men” by Susan Hill

“Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine” by Gail Honeyman

“Seas of snow” by Kerensa Jennings

“I found you” by Lisa Jewell

“The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy” by Rachel Joyce
The music shop” by Rachel Joyce

“I let you go” by Clare Mackintosh

“The Blackhouse” by Peter May
“Entry Island” by Peter May

The day she died” by Catriona McPherson
“House. Tree. Person.” by Catriona McPherson

Garnethill” by Denise Mina

“The forgotten garden” by Kate Morton

Still life” by Louise Penny

The shell seekers” by Rosamunde Pilcher

“The bird tribunal” by Agnes Ravatn

The tree of hands” by Ruth Rendell

“Caedmon’s song” by Peter Robinson

Soft in the head” by Marie-Sabine Roger

“The boy who shoots crows” by Randall Silvis

“The help” by Kathryn Stockett

“The brimstone wedding” by Barbara Vine

“The girl in the garden” by Melanie Wallace

“The sculptress” by Minette Walters

Into the shadows” by Shirley Wells”

“Weathering” by Lucy Wood

“The storied life of A.J. Fikry” by Gabrielle Zevin




2 Responses to Recommended Reading

  1. annelogan17 says:

    I love discovering a fellow Canadian book-lover and blogger. Thanks for your interest in my site too.


  2. Fictionquest says:

    Very nice. There was great progress made in the organisation of writing and the ease of reading when we moved from the scroll to the turnable page… just a thought.

    Liked by 1 person

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