Books I’ve reviewed 2019 A-Z

A list of all the books I’ve read and reviewed in 2019, alphabetically by author’s surname. Click the link to read my review.

Lizzy Barber – My Name is Anna

Angela Barton – Magnolia House

Louise Beech – Call Me Star Girl

Fern Britton – The Newcomer

Mary Chamberlain – The Hidden

Juliet Conlin – The Lives Before Us

Victoria Cooke – It Started with a Note

Bobbie Darbyshire – The Posthumous Adventures of Harry Whittaker

Nick Duerden – The Smallest Things: On the Enduring Power of Family

Harriet Evans – The Garden of Lost and Found

Helena Fairfax – In the Mouth of the Wolf

Kirsty Ferry – Spring at Taigh Fallon

Kathryn Freeman – Crikey A Bodyguard!

Bridget Grenville-Cleave and Dr Ilona Boniwell – Live Happy

Fiona Gibson – The Mum Who Got Her Life Back

Anne Griffin – When All Is Said

Emily Gunnis – The Girl in the Letter

Elly Griffiths – The Stranger Diaries

Stacey Halls – The Familiars

Holly Hepburn – A Year at Castle Court

Faith Hogan – My Husband’s Wives

Ruth Hogan – Queenie Malone’s Paradise Hotel

Doug Johnstone – Breakers

Eva Jordan – Time Will Tell

Jenni Keer – The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker

Lesley Kelly – Death at the Plague Museum

Carolyn Kirby – The Conviction of Cora Burns

Heleen Kist – In Servitude

Dorothy Koomson – The Brighton Mermaid

Sue Lawrence – Down to the Sea

Lindsay Littleson – The Titanic Detective Agency

Shari Low – With or Without You

Richard Lumsden – The Six Loves of Billy Binns

Sofia Lundberg – The Red Address Book

Sue McDonagh – Meet Me at the Art Cafe

Mhairi McFarlane – Don’t You Forget About Me

Holly Martin – The Summer of Chasing Dreams

Kim Nash – Amazing Grace

Amanda Prowse – Clover’s Child

LJ Ross – Holy Island

Daniela Sacerdoti – Come Back to Me

Catherine Simpson – When I Had A Little Sister

Jo Spain – Dirty Little Secrets

Harriet Tyce – Blood Orange

Bruno Vincent – Five Get Gran Online

Bruno Vincent – Five Go Parenting

Jules Wake – From Paris With Love at Christmas

Susan Elliot Wright – The Flight of Cornelia Blackwood