I’ve had another great week on the book front, getting my hands on several excellent sounding novels that I think I will have an amazing time reading in the near future. I’ve got a pretty interesting mixture of books and I am looking forward to checking them out.
The Dirty Dozen by Lynda La Plante
The latest book in La Plante’s fantastic Jane Tennison thriller series, which acts as a prequel to author’s Prime Suspect television show. I’ve really enjoyed the last two books in the series, Good Friday and Murder Mile, and the plot of The Dirty Dozen sounds really cool.
The Warehouse by Rob Hart
This sounds like a really interesting piece of science fiction, especially as it looks at some current social issues.
The Second Sleep by Robert Harris
This is one that I am going to have to read as soon as possible. I have read some of Robert Harris’ stuff in the past and he has written some great pieces of historical fiction before. However, I’ve been informed that there are some interesting twists occurring quite early on in the book. I haven’t gotten any more details than that, but I am extremely curious to see what happens.
Shoot Through by J. M. Green
This is a fun sounding Australian thriller, I am looking forward to checking this out.
Wild by Nathan Besser
Another intriguing historical fiction novel, this one sounds like it could be quite a compelling read, and I look forward to checking out this unique historical tale.
Spaceside by Michael Mammay
I was lucky enough to get an advanced e-copy of Spaceside this week. Spaceside is a book I have been looking forward to for a while, as the first book in the series, Planetside, was one of my favourite books of last year. I have so far featured Spaceside in one of my Waiting on Wednesday articles and my recent Top Ten Most Anticipated July-December 2019 list and I hope I love it as much as Planetside.
That’s this week’s book haul. I better start diving into these books, so much to read, so little time.