Books Read in January

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I have read a bunch of books this month since I had quite a few days to enjoy my favourite hobby while on holiday.

I have to highlight M Louisa Locke’s Victorian San Francisco Mysteries, which has become one of my favourite series. I read the first book a few months ago, but I think the series becomes better and better with each new instalment. Today I have finished the last book, and I really hope the author writes another book soon. I am really going to miss Annie and Nate.

This month I have also discovered new authors who now form part of my favourite authors list like Mike Gayle, Amanda Brookfield, Colette Freedman, and Rosie Thomas. I have loved their books so much. I have also had read books by my favourite authors too: Agatha Christie’s Thirteen Problem in which Miss Marple proves to be sharper than anyone, Linda Huber’s The Attic Room, another good thriller, Kate Kinsbury’s A Perilous Promise, which starts a new series.

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  • A Perilous Promise by Kate Kingsbury

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