Weekly Reads: September 10th

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I had such a fantastic week of reading last week! This week is definitely going to be a bit slower for me with work commitments filling up my days. I’m typically an early morning person, but I’ve got back to back to back evening obligations keeping me in the office until pretty late this week. I’m pretty sure I planned a way more optimistic TBR than I’ll be able to accomplish!

This week I’m planning to read…

img_8662Kicking off my reading week is THE 7 1/2 DEATHS OF EVEYLN HARDCASTLE. I have had this one on my radar for months and very nearly picked up the UK edition, but held off when Sourcebooks was kind enough to agree to send me a copy! I’ve heard so many Agatha Christie comparisons that I’m not only eager to pick this one up, but I’m scheming up where to drop a Christie book into my TBR.

Speaking of fantastic authors I love, let’s chat Louise Penny! GLASS HOUSES was my audiobook last week and will continue on this week. It’s giving me all the feels! Penny has really written this one in a unique way where you’re dropped into a court case that finds Gamache front and center, but you don’t have all the pieces you need. As the book carries on, Penny is revealing more and more details, but at over halfway I’m still sitting here puzzled (pun totally intended.)!

The next book I have on my radar, which will likely take me through the weekend is THE BUS ON THURSDAY. This one is being hailed as Bridget Jones meets The Exorcist, but a lot of reviews I’ve seen are saying it’s heavier on Bridget than Exorcist. I can’t wait to find out for myself!

What will likely end up launching next week is a book that has been on my radar for far too long. I’m talking about SNARE! Lilja Sigurdardottir has a new book in this series called TRAP, that I just may have a spot on the tour for next month! I can’t rightfully pick up book two without reading the first one, can I?!? Okay, yes I’m well aware I’ve done this several times, but I’m sticking to in order this time around!

What are you reading this week? Have you read any of these titles?

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