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This week’s topic is Books on My Autumn 2021 To-Read List.
The Tale of the Tailor and the Three Dead Kings by Dan Jones – A chilling medieval ghost story, retold by bestselling historian Dan Jones
To All the Living by Monica Felton – First published in 1945, To All the Living provides a fascinating insight into a vital aspect of Britain’s home front
A Woman Made of Snow by Elisabeth Gifford – A gorgeous, haunting and captivating novel of a century-long family mystery in the wilds of Scotland, and one woman’s hunt for the truth
Cold As Hell by Lilja Sigurðardóttir, translated by Quentin Bates – Áróra reluctantly returns to Iceland to find her sister, Ísafold, but soon realizes that her sister isn’t avoiding her… she has disappeared, without trace.
In Every Mirror She’s Black by Lola Akinmade Åkerström – A timely and arresting debut for anyone looking for insight into what it means to be a black woman in the world.
Oh William! by Elizabeth Strout – The Pulitzer Prize-winning, Booker-longlisted, bestselling author returns to her beloved heroine Lucy Barton in a luminous novel about love, loss, and the family secrets that can erupt and bewilder us at any point in life
A Stranger from the Storm by William Burton McCormick – A Victorian-style murder mystery with elements of horror, adventure, and Hitchcockian black humor
Down A Dark River (Inspector Corravan #1) by Karen Odden – Inspector Michael Corravan investigates a string of vicious murders that has rocked Victorian London’s upper crust
The Girl from Bletchley Park by Kathleen McGurl – An incredible tale of betrayal and bravery
My Secret Sister by Lauren Westwood – A tense and emotional family drama with a moral dilemma at its heart… How far would you go to save your child?
What books do you have on your Autumn/Fall reading list?