A Year In Books – Mandie’s Third Quarter

Our third quarter was packed out with book festivals which puts a real dent in our available reading time. Between work and home, I think this is a pretty impressive number of books from Mandie. Any of your favourites here?


The Burning Men by Will Shindler
The Orphan’s Mother by Marion Kummerow
Dead Men’s Bones by James Oswald
The Art of Death by David Fennell
Prayer for the Dead by James Oswald


Extraordinary People by Peter May
Night Shadows by Eva Björg Ægisdóttir
Cut Short by M W Craven
The Cutting Season by M W Craven
The Killing Choice by Will Shindler
The Mensch by Leopold Borstinski
An Honourable Thief by Douglas Skelton
The Damage Done by James Oswald


The Critic by Peter May
The Hunting Ground by Will Shindler
Rizzio by Denise Mina
6 Ripley Avenue by Noelle Holten
Daughter of the Dawn by Marion Kummerow
Written in Bones by James Oswald
Blacklight Blue by Peter May
Black Hearts by Doug Johnstone

Another 21 books under her belt takes Mandie to 61 year to date. Tidy and well above her Goodreads goal for 2022! Go Mandie,

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