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This week’s topic is Top Ten Books On My Fall 2018 TBR. Autumn (Fall) begins on 23 September and I have so many books to choose from – new releases, review copies, and library books. Here are just some of the books that I’m hoping to read before winter sets in. I’m not sure these are my top ten – only time will tell:
New Releases coming in October
- In a House of Lies by Ian Rankin – the 22nd Rebus book. I’ve read all the previous books, so this is a must for me.
- Tombland by C J Sansom – the 7th Shardlake book, historical fiction – also a must read, having read the previous 6 books.
- The Reckoning by John Grisham – not too sure about this one. Years ago I read loads of his books and then stopped as I felt they became rather formulaic.
Review copies (some are new releases)
- Now We Shall Be Entirely Free by Andrew Miller – historical fiction set in 1809 during the Napoleonic Wars. A new-to-me author, but an award winning author.
- Down to the Woods by M J Arlidge – the 8th DI Helen Grace thriller – another new-to-me author, with good reviews for his books.
- Absolute Truth by Peter James – a standalone thriller. One of my favourite authors.
- Timekeepers by Simon Garfield – non-fiction about our obsession with time, promises to be fascinating.
- In a Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware – a psychological thriller – I’m hoping I’ll enjoy it more than The Woman in Cabin 10.
- Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood – The Tempest retold, one of the Hogarth Shakespeare Project novels.
- Destroying Angel by S G MacLean – the third Damian Seeker book, historical crime fiction. I loved the previous two books.