Ready for a day with a good book?

Now that the weather has turned into something we can enjoy, sitting out on the balcony with a cold drink and a great book, how about stocking up your kindle with a few summer(ish) reads? I joined in a version of this game a couple of weeks ago on Twitter, and here it is as a blog post. I’ve read, enjoyed, and reviewed all of these with 4* or 5* on Amazon.

S – Sister Psychopath by Maggie James
U – UK2 by Terry Tyler
M – Murder in Slow Motion by Rebecca Muddiman
M – Mrs Sinclair’s Suitcase by Louise Walters
E – Embryo by J. A. Schneider
R – Ruth’s First Christmas by Elly Griffiths


R – Robbing the Dead by Tana Collins
E – Escape to Sunrise Cottage by Zara Thorne
A – A Highland Practice by Jo Bartlett
D – Dark Corners by Ruth Rendell
S – Snow Light by Danielle Zinn


We could do something similar with the writers, too. I’ve read most but not all of these books – the others are waiting on my kindle!

G – Georgia Rose, Parallel Lies
R – Rose Edmunds, Restitution
E – Emma Rowley, Where the Missing Go
A – Alison Baillie, A Fractured Winter
T – Tara Moore, Fade to Dead


F – Fiona Mitchell, The Maid’s Room
I – Ian Patrick, Rubicon
C – Clare Mackintosh, I See You
T – Tana French – The Trespasser
I – Iona Morrison, The Harvest Club
O – Owen Mullen, Games People Play
N – Nicola Cassidy, December Girl

We’ll have more book talk next week, when Alison Baillie will be here to tell us about her fabulous new book, A Fractured Winter – it’s set mostly in Switzerland, and she’s promised to bring some amazing photos!

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4 Responses to Ready for a day with a good book?

  1. Terry Tyler says:

    Nice one! I will do this later if I get time 🙂

    (btw, thanks for mention of UK2 – few things more lovely than opening a blog post because it looks interesting, and seeing one of your own books mentioned!)

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Georgia Rose says:

    Oooh, thank you! Ditto Terry Tyler here, how wonderful to open a blog post and find your book on it 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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