JANUARY WRAP-UP: A GREAT READING MONTH

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January was a month with so many books to love that it was hard to pick a favorite.  I also read one less book than I did in December, but I read many more pages. (4,585 in December; 5,262 in January).

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Genres:

Psychological Suspense Thrillers/Mysteries

9

Historical Fiction

3

Contemporary Fiction

4

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Female Writers – 16 (Do I have a bias here?  LOL).

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Authors New to Me:

Amanda Ortlepp

Kay Kendall

Jane Harper

Kimberly Belle

Susie Steiner

Pam Jenoff

Marcy Dermansky

Claire Seeber

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So….here are the books I read and reviewed.  Click the titles to read the reviews.  Enjoy sharing your month over at Kathryn’s Book Date.

 

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JANUARY 2017:

1.Always (e-book), by Sarah Jio – 320 pages – (historical/contemporary fiction) – 1/18/17 – (NetGalley – 2/7/17)

2.Claiming Noah, by Amanda Ortlepp (374 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 1/12/17 (Amazon Vine)

3.Desolation Row (e-book), by Kay Kendall- 310 pages – (historical fiction) – 1/3/17

4.Dry, The (e-book), by Jane Harper – 336 pages – (suspense thriller) – 1/30/17

5.Faultlines (e-book), by Barbara Taylor Sissel – 304 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 1/28/17

6.Marriage Lie, The (e-book), by Kimberly Belle- 352 pages – (suspense thriller) – 1/25/17

7.Missing, Presumed (e-book), by Susie Steiner – 369 pages – (literary mystery) – 1/7/17

8.Never Alone (e-book), by Elizabeth Haynes – 352 pages – (psychological thriller) – 1/20/17

9.Orphan’s Tale, The, by Pam Jenoff – 342 pages – (historical fiction) – 1/1617 (Amazon Vine Review)

10.Other Widow, The (e-book), by Susan Crawford – 334 pages – (suspense thriller) – 1/11/17

11.Red Car, The (e-book), by Marcy Dermansky – 206 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 1/29/17

12.Sleeping Beauty Killer, The (e-book), by Mary Higgins Clark/Alafair Burke – 320 pages – (mystery) – 1/1/17. (First Book Read in 2017)

13.Stepmother, The (e-book), by Claire Seeber – (355 pages) – (psychological thriller) – 1/14/17

14.Sweet Lake, by Christine Nolfi – 332 pages – (contemporary fiction) – 1/23/17 (Author Review Request)

15.Twilight Wife, The (e-book), by A. J. Banner – 304 pages – (psychological thriller) – 1/26/17

16.Woman in Cabin 10, The (e-book), by Ruth Ware – 352 pages – (suspense thriller) – 1/8/17

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NUMBER OF BOOKS READ IN JANUARY 2017:         16

NUMBER OF PAGES READ IN JANUARY 2017:    5,262

BOOKS READ YTD:                                                                  16

 

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FAVORITE FICTION READ IN JANUARY:

 

 

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13 thoughts on “JANUARY WRAP-UP: A GREAT READING MONTH

  1. Great now I am looking forward to reading The Orphan’s Tale. I have it on my list for later in the month I hope or next. I am enjoying Always at the moment.
    You had lots of new authors this month. Always a bonus when the books are all rather good reading too.

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    • Thanks, Alicia, I know that I prefer the perspective female writers bring out in their books…especially if the characters are women. Some men can write female characters….but, sadly, IMO, most cannot.

      Someday, I plan to go through the titles of books I’ve enjoyed by male authors….and post about that!

      Enjoy February! Thanks for visiting.

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