GOODBYE, FEBRUARY: WRAP-UP

February definitely flew by, and the month was packed with great reads for me.    Check in at Book Date to add your wrap-up post and see what others have read.

FAVORITE BOOK OF FEBRUARY 2018: 

 

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Genres Read:

Mysteries/Thrillers – 9

Contemporary Fiction – 4

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FEBRUARY 2018:

1.Blood Sisters (e-book), by Jane Corry – (352 pages) – (thriller) – 2/23/18

2.Exposed (e-book, Rosato & DiNunzio Novel), by Lisa Scottoline – (338 pages) – (mystery) – 2/3/18

3.Even If It Kills Her (e-book, Bailey Weggins Mystery), by Kate White – (448 pages) – (mystery thriller) – 2/28/18

4.Family Next Door, The (e-book), by Sally Hepworth – (354 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/11/18 – (NG – 3/6/18)

5.Flight Attendant, The (e-book), by Chris Bohjalian – 368 pages – (thriller) – 2/17/18 – (NG-3/13/18)

6.Here We Lie (e-book), by Paula Treick DeBoard – (368 pages) – (contemporary fiction) – 2/8/18

7.Lie with Me (e-book), by Sabine Durrant – (305 pages) – (psychological thriller) – 2/12/18

8.Look for Me (e-book, D.D. Warren), by Lisa Gardner – 398 pages – (thriller/mystery) – 2/20/18

9.Perfect Roommate, The (e-book), by Minka Kent -(260 pages) – (psychological thriller) – 2/9/18

10.Promise Between Us, The (e-book), by Barbara Claypole White – (384 pages) – (contemporary fiction) -2/26/18

11.Promise Not to Tell (e-book), by Jayne Ann Krentz – (334 pages) – (mystery) – 2/2/18

12.Two Girls Down (e-book), by Louisa Luna- (322 pages) – (mystery/thriller) – 2/15/18

13.Wife, The (e-book), by Alafair Burke – (352 pages) – (psychological thriller) – 2/7/18

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NUMBER OF BOOKS READ IN FEBRUARY 2018:        13

NUMBER OF PAGES READ IN FEBRUARY 2018:     4,215

BOOKS READ YTD:                                                                          26

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11 thoughts on “GOODBYE, FEBRUARY: WRAP-UP

  1. Wow….NICE list.

    I have only read one you have listed. THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Another rainy, chilly day here in Pittsburgh. We are to get some snow – no measurable amount, but enough to keep the day dreary and cold.

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