My Top Reads 2020 – July to September

Today I’m sharing my favourites books from July to September, a few months when for a while it seemed like life was getting back to something near normal. Obviously any big holiday plans were on hold but we did manage a couple of short breaks in the Highlands and Perthshire. Naturally, I had plenty of reading material with me and here are the ten books which I read during these three months which have made my Top Reads list. Click the title below each picture if you’d like to read my reviews.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

The Heatwave by Kate Riordan

The Gin O’Clock Club by Rosie Blake

The Silent Daughter by Emma Christie

The Country Escape by Jane Lovering

Siren Song by Rebecca McKinney

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

The Women Who Ran Away by Sheila Flanagan

Cover Your Tracks by Claire Askew

All About Us by Tom Ellen

Are any of these books amongst your favourite reads of 2020? What books did you enjoy over the summer months? Come back next Monday to find out my final additions to the list for October to December. And before then, I hope you have a happy Christmas whatever you are able to do to celebrate this year.


6 thoughts on “My Top Reads 2020 – July to September

    1. It’s like a never ending nightmare Carol isn’t? Hopefully some light at the end of the tunnel with a vaccine now. In Scotland we are not too bad until Christmas, shops still open and we can meet outside. Christmas Day we can meet up to two families inside then from Boxing Day it’s pretty much full lockdown again. Sending virtual hugs from Edinburgh and best wishes for a brighter 2021.

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      1. Thanks for the encouragement! I’m beginning to feel like A Gentleman in Moscow…..confined in my home for a life sentence! 😂 I’m eager for the vaccine!
        BTW…. I spent 3 weeks in Edinburgh decades ago! My parents lived there for a couple of years while my dad earned his PHD from New College. My hubs and I visited them for Christmas one year.
        Merry Christmas 🎄 and Happy New Year! 🎉😷

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    1. Obviously I would recommend all of them Anne but I know you would love The Gin O’Clock Club, The Country Escape and All About Us. I’ve just checked and all three are just 99p…

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  1. Aw, the hedgehogs didn’t quite make it but thank you for reading them as part of their July blog tour. Delighted to see a fellow-Boldwood author in there (Jane Lovering) and I really must treat myself to that Richard Osman book. I love him as a presenter and am hoping his humour translates into his story x

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