#TopTenTuesday Books in the Cities

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.

The rules are simple:

  • Each Tuesday, Jana assigns a new topic. Create your own Top Ten list that fits that topic – putting your unique spin on it if you want.
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  • Or if you don’t have a blog, just post your answers as a comment.

This week’s topic is Books Set In a Place I’d Love to Visit but my choices are books set in cities you might want to visit, although not necessarily during the period in which some of the books are set! Links from the title will take you to my review.

Munich by Robert Harris
The Dublin Railway Murder by Thomas Morris
The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford
Night Flight to Paris by David Gilman
Two Women in Rome by Elizabeth Buchan
The Lost Boy of Bologna by Francesca Scanacapra
The Cleaner of Chartres by Salley Vickers
The Phoenix of Florence by Phillip Kazan
The Night Train to Berlin by Melanie Hudson
The Secret Keeper of Jaipur by Alka Joshi


25 thoughts on “#TopTenTuesday Books in the Cities

  1. Not one for travel yourself, Cathy?

    I’ve been to Rome and Florence. Both are fabulous city. Didn’t like Paris at all. But I’d rather spend my time in little villages than big cities.


      1. I tend to avoid travelling during July and August anyway because it’s so much more expensive, so if I did go, it would probably be either in the Spring or the Autumn!


  2. Great list, Cathy. I agree, I didn’t select many books because of the period they were set in, but I guess I could have made that condition.


  3. Very good choices! You remind me that I need to find the audio of Munich before I watch Jeremy Irons in the movie. Also Two Women in Rome is on my TBR, but it may be a while since her last book I read didn’t do much for mel


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