A Year in Books – Quarter One 2022

It’s that time if year again, where I start to look back over all of the titles I’ve read in 2022. I’ve had another fabulous reading year and while I’ve read nowhere near as many books in the latter parts of the year as I may have in the past, I like to think that it’s very much quality over quantity. I’ve many more books I’d like to read from this year (and earlier) that I’ll carry over into 2023, so here’s hoping the gods of reading are kind to me and I have both energy and time.

So … What did I read in quarter one – well here we go.


Death in Disguise by Emma Davies
The Long Weekend by Gill Macmillan
You Never Said Goodbye by Luca Veste
A Lethal Deception by Rachel Amphlett
The First Day of Spring by Nancy Tucker
Nasty Little Cuts by Tina Baker
One For Sorrow by Helen Fields
The Smell of Copper by Mark L Fowler
The Clockwork Girl by Anna Mazzola
Twelve Secrets by Robert Gold
River Clyde by Simone Buchholz
Winter Counts by David Heska Wanbli Weiden
Run Rose Run by Dolly Parton
The Final Round by Bernard O’Keeffe
Never Seen Again by Paul Finch
The Shot by Sarah Sultoon
Crossing the Line by John Sutherland


The Unwilling by John Hart
The Death of Me by Michelle Davies
The Killing Kind by Jane Casey
Vanished by Lynda La Plante
A Life for a Life by Carol Wyer
A Spoonful of Murder by JM Hall
A Dirty Business by Rachel Amphlett
Bad Penny by Michele Gorman
All That Lives by James Oswald
Broken Promises by Mel Sherratt
The Anniversary by Laura Marshall
First Born by Will Dean
The Fall by Rachael Blok
Six Days by Dani Atkins
Into the Dark by Fiona Cummins


Outside by Ragnar Jonasson
Murder at the Gardens by Lisa Cutts
The Dark Flood by Deon Meyer
Insomnia by Sarah Pinborough
No Less The Devil by Stuart MacBride
The Fake Up by Justin Myers
Little Sister by Gytha Lodge
Little Drummer by Kjell Ola Dahl
Keep Her Sweet by Helen Fitzgerald
The Fields by Erin Young
Little Liar by Lisa Ballantyne
Everyday Kindness Short Story Anthology
Bamburgh by LJ Ross

And there we have it. 45 books in quarter one. Not too bad a start to the year and some very excellent books in there too.

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