2 August 2015

What I read in July

I had a really good reading month, with some excellent titles to recommend.

Crime Fiction Pick of the Month July 2015
  1. 4.0, AS CHIMNEY SWEEPERS COME TO DUST, Alan Bradley - Canadian author
  2. 4.5, A IS FOR ALIBI, Sue Grafton - debut title in Alphabet series
  3. 4.8, THE BANK INSPECTOR, Roger Monk - Aussie author, set in Adelaide 
  4. 4.6, THE INSANITY OF MURDER, Felicity Young - Aussie author
  5. 4.4, BROKEN PROMISE, Linwood Barclay - Canadian author 
  6. 4.0, POIROT'S EARLY CASES, Agatha Christie 
  7. 4.0, DOUBLE SIN and Other Stories, Agatha Christie 
  8. 4.0, A TRIFLE DEAD, Livia Day - female Aussie author, set in Hobart
  9. 4.2, THREE BLIND MICE and other stories, Agatha Christie 
  10. 4.2, BELFAST NOIR, Adrian McKinty (ed) and Stuart Neville (ed) - audio book, short stories 
  11. 4.5, STRANGER CHILD, Rachel Abbott 
  12. 5.0, THE SILENCE OF THE SEA, Yrsa Sigurðardóttir - translated, winner of Petrona Award 2015 
My Pick of the month was THE SILENCE OF THE SEA, Yrsa Sigurðardóttir

See what others have read in July.

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

You did indeed have a good month, Kerrie


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