I seem to have my reading mojo back!
So I thought that I would start this week sharing with you what I’m reading.
Hunting Evil (Robert Hunter #10) by Chris Carter (audiobook from Scribd)
I’ve now read all the published books in this series, I don’t know what i’m going to do until the next one is released. I will be posting a review for this soon!
Lock Every Door by Riley Sager (eBook from Libby)
It took me two months to finish this book and I won’t be posting a review. This is because I was spoiled for the ending not long after starting the book which definitely impacted my reading experience negatively.
However there was an extra level which I didn’t know about which did save the book for me
Northern Lights (His Dark Materials #1) by Philip Pullman (my own paperback)
I’m planning on posting a full review for this book soon.
A History of Madness (The Outlands Pentalogy #2) by Rebecca Crunden (eBook)
I’m taking my time with this one as I’m loving being back in this world, the first book was my last read of 2019 which I raced through so I want to savour this instalment.
Never Look Back by A.L. Gaylin (audiobook)
This will be my first blog tour for an audiobook and so far I’m loving it! It’s about a guy who is creating a true crime podcast because his mothers baby sister was killed by a young couple known as the Inland Empire killers on a week long killing spree which has affected his life.
Toxic Deception by K.C. Gillis (eARC)
I’m only 10% into this book however I’m really enjoying the plot, a journalist investigating corruption within a pharmaceutical company.
The Dark Side of the Mind: True Stories from My Life as a Forensic Psychologist by Kerry Daynes (physical ARC)
I’m super excited to get to this book as I did a module of forensic psychology in University and I loved it. I’m on the blog tour for this so keep an eye out for my review on the 18th.
The Killer Across the Table by John E. Douglas, Mark Olshaker (audiobook from Scribd)
I’m on a criminal non-fiction kick so i’m looking forward to starting this.
Rage and Retribution (D.I. Sterling series #4) by Lorraine Mace (eARC)
Finally!! I’ve been waiting so long for the next instalment in the D. I. Sterling series as it was pushed back a few months. I read the first 3 books last year and fell in love with them so I have high hopes for this book.
What are you reading this week?
See you in the next one…