I am joining the Summer Read 2017 Challenge. This was originated in a terrific blog 746books please use the link above to find out all about the challenge.
This is actually the second year that I have taken the challenge but last year I tried for the full 20 books but found that it was really too much, although I did just about manage it! So this year I have decided to take on the 10 books of Summer and have a reserve list should I find that I can manage a few more books.
My 10 books of Summer
The Last Bus to Woodstock (Morse 1) by Colin Dexter
A Great Reckoning (Gamache 12) by Louise Penny
I See You by Claire MacIntosh
Wire in the Blood (Hill & Jordan 2) by Val McDermid
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millenium 1) by Steig Larson
A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemmingway
Cold Kill (Monkeewrench 7) by P J Tracy
The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena
The Gap of Time by Jeanette Winterson
The Breakdown by B A Paris
More Books: if I find the time or decide one of the above is not for me then I will choose one, or more, of the following (in no particular order):
I will post a quick note on each of the books I read.
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