Books on My To-Read List

Twenty new books on my wish list – most by authors I have enjoyed before. I know I have missed some – let me know if you have any to add. * Books I plan to read first.

  1. The Queens’s Fortune by Allison Pataki  (historical fiction of Napoleon’s Josephine, written by the author of Sisi
  2. Simon the Fiddler by Paulette Jiles (author of News of the World)
  3. Redhead by the Side of the Road by Anne Tyler (Tyler takes us back to Baltimore) *
  4. The Sea of Lost Girls by Carol Goodman (another Gothic thriller by the author of The Lake of Dead Languages
  5. Perfect Little Children by Sophie Hannah (psychological suspense thriller)
  6. Beach Read by Emily Henry (quirky romance)
  7. The Guest List by Lucy Filey (murder mystery)
  8. The Paris Hours by Alex George (One day in the lives of four characters in 1920s Paris)
  9. The Library of Legends by Janie Chang (historical novel with a group of students, fleeing across China to escape the war with Japan.
  10. The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd  (if Jesus were married…)
  11. Hid from Our Eyes by Julia Spencer Fleming (a new Clare Ferguson mystery)
  12. The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune (magic, secrets, and danger)
  13. You Never Forget Your First by Alexis Coe (humorous biography of George Washington
  14. The Authenticity Project by Claire Pooley  (a Sopie Kinsella like book)
  15. Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld  (if only Hilary had not married him) *
  16. The Book of V. by Anna Solomon  (historical fiction with three women’s lives intersecting across centuries)
  17. Oona Out of Order by Margarita Montimore (funny age swap story)
  18. Abigail by Magda Szabo  (coming of age story set in Hungary before the Nazi invasion)
  19. Weather by Jennifer Offill (author of Dept. of Speculation)
  20. I’d Give Anything by Marisa de los Santos (author of Belong to Me)

Have you read any of these on my list?

5 thoughts on “Books on My To-Read List

  1. You may be slow, but I’m recently finding that it’s very hard for me to concentrate. Hope this is a temporary condition, because I normally love nothing more than losing myself in a book.

  2. Haven’t read any of these, but have read a number of different books by some of these authors. Let me know if you come across any “can’t miss” titles.

  3. Haven’t read any of them. . . . But have read other books by a number of these authors. Let me know if you come across any that shouldn’t be missed.

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