Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Top Ten Tuesday: To-Read List, Latest Additions

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish, now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. To read all the rules and link up, just head on over to her blog.

This week's topic is "Latest Additions to My To-Read List" and it's another one that makes me feel a little guilty. Or maybe just overwhelmed. My "To-Read" list is so enormous, it's impossible even to imagine that I could ever read all the books on it. But that's OK — I love making the list almost as much as I love reading the books. (Sometimes maybe more.) So let's take a look and see what we come up with....

Actually, there are a dozen books that have been added to my list pretty recently. Mostly fiction, but starting off with an interesting nonfiction title I found the other day.

The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books, by Edward Wilson-Lee
The Stranger Diaries, by Elly Griffiths
Murder Theory (The Naturalist series, #3), by Andrew Mayne

The Last Romantics, by Tara Conklin
Light from Other Stars, by Erika Swyler
Old Baggage, by Lissa Evans

The Christie Curse, by Victoria Abbott (first book in her Book Collector Mystery series)
The Editor, by Steven Rowley
The Invited, by Jennifer McMahon

Lock Every Door, by Riley Sager
The Silent Patient, by Alex Michaelides
The Vicious Vet (Agatha Raisin series, #2), by M.C. Beaton

So that's my "Top Ten" list of twelve books I think I'd like to read. Some old, some not yet published. Enough to keep me occupied for at least a few months if I actually get to them. See anything tempting? Or if you've read any of these, I'd love to hear your thoughts.


  1. Great list! Hope you enjoy them all once you read them.

    marti | https://bookishtreats.wordpress.com/2019/01/29/most-recent-additions-to-my-tbr/

    1. Thank you! Well, they all sound like books I'd enjoy IF I ever get them all read. So many books, so little time -- that's getting more and more true with every passing year!

  2. I had to investigate that "Catalog of Shipwrecked Books"! I've never encountered anything about Columbus' family before. Who knew he had an obsessive bibliophile for a son?

    1. Yes, I was surprised by that too. I read a couple of books about Columbus, many years ago, but I don't recall either of them saying anything much about the son. But I'm inclined to like anyone who sets about to amass the world's biggest book collection!


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