It has been another great couple of weeks for me when it comes to receiving books. I have been lucky enough to receive several fantastic novels from my local publishers, including a couple of reads I was really looking forward to. Each of the books below has a lot of potential and I am excited to read each and every one of them.
False Value by Ben Aaronovitch
Now this is a book that I have been wanting to check out for over a year, especially after I had such an amazing time reading the previous book in the Rivers of London series, Lies Sleeping. I included this book on both my Top Ten Most Anticipated Book Releases for the First Half of 2020 list and my Top Ten Books I Predict will be Five Star Reads list, so you can imagine just how keen I am to check it out. I have actually already started reading it, and so far it is pretty darn incredible.
The Warsaw Protocol by Steve Berry
Another book I have really been keen to get a copy of. The Warsaw Protocol is the latest novel in the Cotton Malone series of thrillers, which focus on fascinating historical conspiracies. I have actually already finished reading this book and I will hopefully get a review for it up in the next day or so.
Death in the Ladies Goddess Club by Julian Leatherdale
This is an interesting sounding Australian historical murder mystery that I am hoping to check out in the next couple of weeks.
The Wolf of Oren-Yaro by K. S. Villoso
This is a cool fantasy novel that I am looking forward to reading. Pretty much all you need to know about this book is that it has an intriguing concept and it is part of a series called Chronicles of the Bitch Queen. Needless to say, I am expecting something really fun out of this book and it should be good.
Amnesty by Aravind Adiga
Another compelling sounding Australian novel, Amnesty is probably going to get very heavy as it deals with an illegal immigrant living in Australia. I am actually really curious about this one and I am intrigued about how it is going to turn out.
Fifty-Fifty by Steve Cavanagh
Two women on trial for the same murder, one is innocent, one is guilty. Now that is a pretty cool concept and I for one, really want to know what the solution is.
The Holdout by Graham Moore
The final book in this haul is The Holdout by Graham Moore. I loved the sound of this book’s fantastic plot synopsis last year and have been looking forward to reading it ever since. A combination legal drama and murder mystery from the writer of The Imitation Game, this is something that I have to check out!
That’s it for this latest book haul. I am still expecting a few amazing books in the next couple of weeks, but in the mean time I better start making some progress reading and reviewing the books I already have.