Top Ten Tuesday: Series I Would like to Start (Maybe)

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.

The topic this week is Series I’d Like to Start/Catch up on/Finish, and because I listed some of the book series I’m still reading in an earlier post, I’ve decided to look at some series I might like to start reading.

Liveship TradersShip of Magic by Robin Hobb

Siri Paiboun The Coroner’s Lunch by Colin Cotterill

John ShakespeareMartyr by Rory Clements

Detective Joe SandilandsThe Last Kashmiri Rose by Barbara Cleverly

The Mistra Chronicles The Walls of Byzantium by James Heneage

Harry Bosch The Black Echo by Michael Connelly

Inspector Albert Lincoln – A High Morality of Doves by Kate Ellis

Tom Hawkins The Devil in the Marshalsea by Antonia Hodgson

DI Nikki Galena Crime on the Fens by Joy Ellis

Flavia Albia –  The Ides of April by Lindsey Davies

26 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Series I Would like to Start (Maybe)

  1. This is a really clever way to approach this Top Ten, Margaret! I really do hope you start the Harry Bosch series and that you like it. I think it’s a fantastic series with excellent characters. And I’ve been wanting to try that Kate Ellis series (I like her Wesley Peterson series), so I appreciate the reminder of that one!

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  2. I’ve enjoyed nearly all of Robin Hobb’s books, although I prefer her Farseer novels to the Liveship Traders ones. I hope you like them! The Antonia Hodgson series is excellent too – I’ve loved all four books and am hoping for a fifth one.

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