A Year in Books – Quarter Two 2022

My reading tailed off a little the further into the year I went, but I still think I made good headway with reading through some of my back log, as well as a whole host of new titles. As ever, there were far too many books to tempt me, and I have more purchases than actual books read (what’s new right?) but I’m having fun. Don’t judge 😝


An English Garden Murder by Katie Gayle
Lightseekers by Femi Kayode
The Last Super by Rachel Amphlett
Six Graves by Angela Marsons
See No Evil by David Fennell
The Bathroom Murders by Mark L Fowler
The Cutting Season by M.W. Craven
Wrong Place, Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister
Death at the Dinner Party by Emma Davies
The Swimmer by Graham Norton
The New Doctor at Peony Practice by Christie Barlow
The Dark by Sharon Bolton
The Wedding Night by Harriet Walker
The Fallout by Yrsa Sigurdardottir
The Fire Killer by Ross Greenwood
Cat & Mouse by M.J. Arlidge


All The Pretty Ones by Marnie Riches
Special Delivery by Rachel Amphlett
Nothing Else by Louise Beech
The Death of Remembrance by Denzil Meyrick
Tasting Sunlight. by Ewald Arenz
Bad for Good by Graham Bartlett
Birthday Girl by Niko Wolf
Survive to Fight by Billy Billingham
The Lost Children by Michael Wood
Confidence by Denise Mina
Scheme by Jeffery Deaver
The Botanist BY M.W. Craven
A Home at Cornflower Cottage by Tilly Tennant
No Place To Run by Mark Edwards
Hostage by Claire Mackintosh


The Spirit Engineer by A.J. West
Dark Objects by Simon Toyne
Fatal Witness by Robert Bryndza
The Black Mountain by Kate Mosse
A Pain In The Neck by Rachel Amphlett
The Daves Next Door by Will Carver
The Binding Room by Nadine Matheson
Night Shadows by Eva Björg Ægisdottir
The Black Bird by Tim Weaver
All I Said Was True by Imran Mahmood
No Country For Girls by Emma Styles
New Beginnings at the Old Bakehouse by Christie Barlow
The Redeemer by Victoria Goldman
The Island of Lost Girls by Alex Marwood
The Accomplice by Steve Cavanagh
Meantime by Frankie Boyle

47 books read in quarter two. Quite a few short stories or novellas in that list though so not quite as impressive at it may first appear though. Still happy with the running total though, and there are some absolute amazing books in the mix, so who could ask for more? That set me at 92 books year to date. Not bad for six months reading around a full time job, huh?


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