Reading List 2021

Reading List 2021

 Louise Penny - All the Devils Are Here                My rating: 5/5

Ann Cleeves - The Darkest Evening      (her latest "Vera" mystery)    My rating 5/5

Elly Griffiths - The Lantern Men    My rating  3.5/5  (This may have been a higher rating if I had read more of her other books, which I might do. I feel like perhaps I needed to know the characters better)

Deborah Crombie - Garden of Lamentations    My rating 3.5/5  (This is a Duncan Kincaid, Gemma James mystery and I haven't read one of these in quite a while. I found it hard to keep track of all the characters.)

Janet Evanovich - Fortune and Glory: Tantalizing Twenty-Seven  4/5  (A quick, fun read. I've read all twenty-six leading up to this one.  If you are looking for a series that has humour and a mystery, this won't disappoint. If you are looking for thought-provoking literature, look elsewhere.)

Sarah Ward - In Bitter Chill  4/5  (First time reading this author - crime fiction - liked it so much, I ordered the next one from the library)

2 comments:

  1. I read ALL the Penney's, too :) If you never read News of the World, please try it - one of my favorites EVER. I recently enjoyed The Pull of the Stars, and Light Changes Everything (as well as it prequel), and The Evening and the Morning by Follett. Other all-time favorites are These is my Words by Nancy Turner, Pillars of the Earth by Follett, Trade Wind by M.M. Kaye (well, EVERYTHING by her) - and too many more to list here!

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  2. Thank you for your comment. I have Pillars of the Earth, a long time ago. I shall have to look into the others.

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