Sunday, 1 January 2023

Read and Listed in 2022

A year of books

Each year I read about 100 books and record them on LibraryThing. It appears that I recorded 104 books on that platform this year. When I read books that I think are not worth recording they don't make it to my list, so I probably read at least another 10 not added in. Then there are the times when I have returned books to the library and forgotten to record their titles

Having just seen Jill Ball's post about books she had read in 2022, I looked for the cover display of the most recent 100 books I have read. 

The covers below display some books from most recently read back to January 2022.











Lots of fiction, some favourites this year in no particular order but historical fiction dominates.
  • The Swift and the Harrier by Minette Walters 
  • Dawnlands by Phillipa Gregory
  • Horse by Geraldine Brooks
  • The Little Wartime Library by Kate Thompson
  • The Brightest Star by Emma Harcourt
  • The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn
Some crime and mystery fiction enjoyed
  • The Chalk Pit by Elly Griffiths
  • The Murder Rule by Dervla McTiernan
  • The Way it is Now by Garry Disher
  • Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Daniel Silva

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