Late fall in New England is a great time for reading. The sun sets wicked early. The pretty leaves are gone and it’s often dark and windy. Wickeds, it’s been a long time since we checked in on our reading. What are you reading this fall?
Edith: I’m starting to read my way through Lyndee Walker’s Nichelle Clarke Crime Thriller series and am loving it. Catriona McPherson’s just-out Go to My Grave is on its way, and I need to catch up with Sheila’s new series that began with Murder at the Mansion. Lea Wait’s Thread Herrings awaits, too, as does Mardi Gras Murder from Ellen Byron. So many books, so little time… Also, see the end of this post for our daily giveaway!
Liz: I started reading Celeste Ng’s Little Fires Everywhere. I’m really enjoying it! And I have a list a mile long too, Edith…
Barb: And the pile will be even bigger after Crime Bake… I just finished Edwin Hill’s Little Comfort. (Who’s read it? Can we discuss at Crime Bake this week?) Loved it. Now I’m on to Lea Wait’s Thread Herrings and Kaitlyn Dunnett’s Overkilt, both of whom were on the blog last week.
Sherry: Edith, I love Lyndee Walker’s Nichelle Clark books. Barb, I read Little Comfort about a month ago and am ready to discuss. Last Saturday I attended the Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime Author Extravaganza. We all took turns talking about our books that came out this year. After we signed books. I couldn’t resist buying some for myself and as Christmas gifts. The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey has been named a Publishers Weekly’s Best Book of 2018!
Julie: I am reading a lot of business books right now, so I’m grateful for these suggestions! I’m moving Little Comfort up on my list. Going to crack open Murder Flies the Coop next.
Readers: What’s on your TBR pile this fall? Edith will give away a signed copy of one of her published books – your pick – to one lucky commenter here today (US only)!