Top Ten Tuesday: Authors Whose Books I’ve Read the Most

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. For the rules see her blog. This week’s topic is  Authors Whose Books I’ve Read the Most.

My list is of the authors whose books I’ve read the most since I began my blog. I’ve linked them to their pages on the Fantastic Fiction website. They are a mix of crime fiction and historical fiction.

  1. Agatha Christie
  2. Ian Rankin
  3. Ann Cleeves
  4. Peter Robinson
  5. Andrew Taylor
  6. Robert Harris
  7. Elly Griffiths
  8. Georges Simenon
  9. Daphne du Maurier
  10. Sharon Bolton

13 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Authors Whose Books I’ve Read the Most

  1. I would have to share Agatha Christie, Elly Griffiths and Georges Simenon with you I think. But the author I’ve probably read the most of is Terry Pratchett, followed closely by Anne McCaffrey and Ellis Peters. Oh, Georgette Heyer would have to be in there too.


  2. This is a great list, Margaret! I’d put three or four of them (Christie, Rankin, Griffiths…) on my own Top Ten list. And I need to read more Harris than I have, so thanks for the nudge.


  3. I really need to read one of Agatha Christie’s books someday! Which one would you recommend to a total newbie to her work?

    My TTT.


  4. Great list, Margaret! Several on it that might be on mine – Agatha Christie for sure. Elly Griffiths, Sharon Bolton and Ann Cleeves. And several here that I’ve not ever read, though I’m familiar with them. Ah, always more books to explore.

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  5. These are all great authors. Unfortunately, I don’t register my reading, so I couldn’t do the list, but I am sure Christie must be my number one as well. I wouldn’t rule out that Ann Cleeves, Elly Griffiths and Peter Robinson would also make it into Top Ten.


  6. I’ve seen adaptations of most of the Christie novels but have read very few of them. My sister is the Christie fan…

    Do you have a favourite out of those authors?


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