My #20booksofsummer2018

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Last year I did a  challenge called #20booksofsummer that was devised by Cathy at 746Books. The plan is to read 20 books between 1st June and 3 September. It was something I really enjoyed doing and after some consideration I decided I would do it again this year.
If 20 is too many  you could also choose to read 10 or 15 books. I have decided to go for 20 hoping mainly to get the books that are outstanding on my NetGalley shelf down to a manageable level. There are also a few for blog tours that I have committed to.

I have listed all the books I want to read along with their descriptions. Some may change, but this year I hope to stick to my original list.

1) Big Sister  by Gunner Staalesen Big Sister by Gunnar Staalesen – Blog Tour Review.

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2) Letterbox by P. A. Davies

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3) The Tall Man by Phoebe Locke

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4) Find You In The Dark by Nathan Ripley

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5) Only Killers And Thieves by Paul Howarth Only Killers And Thieves by Paul Howarth – Review.

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6) It Was Her by Mark Hill

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7) Don’t Make A Sound by David Jackson

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8) Dead Of Night by Michael Stanley

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9) Snap by Belinda Bauer

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10) Paper Ghosts by Julia Heaberlin

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11) Sticks and Stones by Jo Jakeman

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12) Redemption Point by Candice Fox

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13) The Cliff House by Amanda Jennings

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14) The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton

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15) The Smiling Man by Joseph Knox

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16) The Bone Keeper by Luca Veste

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17) The Lost by Mari Hannah

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18) The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

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19) Blood Lines by Angela Marsons

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20) Do No Harm by Lucy Hay

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10 Replies to “My #20booksofsummer2018”

      1. It definitely needs to be out there. It is such an important first person account. And I can’t read books like this often because of how they impact my mood. I do read them occasionally though because of how important they are.
        x The Captain

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