A Bookish Happy Easter

 

Easter. Chocolate eggs. (Or they’re more often chocolate bunnies, here in Switzerland.) Springtime in the garden.

 

 

And, for most people, a few days off work and plenty of time to read. So especially for Easter, here are a few of my recent and upcoming reads, as well as a couple of long-time favourites: (where there were no appropriately-titled recent or upcoming reads available…)

Hostile Witness, by Rebecca Forster. Tbr.
A Life Between Us, by Louise Walters. Tbr.
Prada and Prejudice, by Katie Oliver. This one’s great fun!
Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen. My favourite Austen read.
You Belong To Me, by Mary Higgins Clark. Brilliant, like her others.

Extraordinary People, by Peter May. My first Peter May – loved it.
Anglesey Blue, by Dylan Jones. Great read from a fellow-Bloodhound writer.
Silent Trauma, by Judith Barrow. A fabulously different read.
The Blood That Binds, by Dave Sivers. Tbr.
End In Tears, by Ruth Rendell. Wexford’s 20th case.
Robbing the Dead, by Tana Collins. My current read – loving it!

Have a lovely Easter!
PS. Chosen Child and The Saturday Secret are on offer at the moment. Just sayin’…)

 

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4 Responses to A Bookish Happy Easter

  1. barbtaub says:

    Groan! More fabulous additions to my already ginormous TBR pile.

    Enjoy those chocolate bunnies!

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  2. Hope you had a great Easter. P.S. Love your book titles/Happy Easter idea. I might have to steal that one for the next holiday, lol. P.S.S. Now I’m hungry for a chocolate bunny.

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