My Five Favourite September 2022 Reads


I read 11 books in September. Links from each title will take you to my review or the book description on Goodreads if I haven’t got around to writing the review yet! You can find a list of all the books I’ve read so far in 2022 here.  If we’re not already friends on Goodreads, send me a friend request or follow my reviews.

Sometimes People Die by Simon Stephenson (Borough Press) – a fascinating mix of medical memoir and intriguing murder mystery with a skilfully constructed plot, convincing detail and plenty of dark humour.

Essex Dogs by Dan Jones (Head of Zeus) – the first book in a new trilogy set during the Hundred Years’ War: authentic, vivid and action-packed with a cast of colourful characters.

All The Broken Places by John Boyne (Doubleday) – the powerful, moving and thought-provoking sequel to The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas.

The Bone Flower by Charles Lambert (Gallic Books) – a skilfully crafted Gothic mystery that combines uncanny events and ghostly goings-on with a story of forbidden love.

Under a Veiled Moon by Karen Odden (Crooked Lane Books) – Scotland Yard Inspector Michael Corravan returns in this enthralling historical mystery set in 19th century London.

What were your favourite books last month? Have you read any of my picks?


3 thoughts on “My Five Favourite September 2022 Reads

  1. I haven’t read any of your September picks yet. My favorite books in September were Switchboard Soldiers, by Jennifer Chiaverini; Dragonfly Escaping, by Raya Khedker; and The New Neighbor, by Karen Cleveland.


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