Books Read in October

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This month I have read a bunch of wonderful novels. There are new authors that have become new favourites. As examples I can mention: Brooke Powley’s The Other Wife, a family drama with a great twist; Gilly MacGillan’s What she Knew, a captivating thriller about a child going missing and his mother going through hell because of the press and media passing judgement on her; Daisy Goodwin’s Victoria about the young years of Queen Victoria; Linda Huber’s the Cold, Cold Sea, another novel about a kidnapped child; Erin Kelly’s the Burning Air about a man obsessed with taking revenge on the family he considers responsible for his failures in life; Aimee Alexander’s The Accidental Life of Greg Millar, which gives us a vivid portrait of life with a person suffering from bipolar disorder; and Sanjida Kay’s Bone By Bone about bullying and how terrible that can be for a family. I will surely read more books by these authors.

This month I have also enjoyed new reads by some of my favourite writers. I have enjoyed the new novel by Linda Gillard, which like usual didn’t disappoint me. I have also read wonderful books by Adele Parks, Tasmina Perry, and Rebecca Chance, and naturally I continue reading more mysteries by Agatha Christie, and Kinsey Millhone’s cases.

 

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