BOOKS READ 2019

November

Child of Love and Water by D.K. Marley
The Name Beneath the Stone by Robert Newcome
The Captain’s Nephew by Philip K. Allan
The Ashford Affair by Lauren Willig
Bittersweet Tapestry by Kevin O’Connell
Steps to the Gallows by Edward Marston

October

Artist on Campaign by Caroline Miley
This Side of Murder (Verity Kent #1) by Anna Lee Huber
The Darker Arts (McGray & Frey #5) by Oscar de Muriel
A lady’s Guide to Gossip and Murder by Dianne Freeman
The Glass Ocean by Beatrix Williams, Karen White & Lauren Willig
The Lost Ones by Anita Frank
Long Way Home by Nicola Marsh
The Summer Country by Lauren Willig
The Forgotten Room by Karen White, Beatri Willams and Lauren Willig
The French Photographer by Natasha Lester

September

The Jacobite’s Wife by Morag Edwards
The Heart of the Cross by Emily Madden
The Cartographer of No Man's Land
Where the Light Enters by Sara Donati
The Long Flight Home by Alan Hlad
The Spirit of Grace by Terry Lynn Thomas
The House of Secrets by Terry Lynn Thomas
The Drowned Woman by Terry Lynn Thomas
Khaki Town by Judy Nunn
Rough Music by Robin Blake
Shepherd by Catherine Jinks
The Way to London by Alix Rickloff

August

The Spies of Shilling Lane by Jennifer Ryan
The Disappearance by Katherine Webb
Finding Eliza by Heather Whitford Roche
The Canary Keeper by Clare Carson
Undara by Annie Seaton
Blitzcat by Robert Westall
The Forgotten Village by Lorna Cook
The Sun Breaks Through by Frank o’Grady
The Chocolate Maker’s Wife by Karen Brooks
The Body in the Boat by A.J.Mackenzie
The Traitor of Treasure Island by John Drake
Another You by Jane Cable
July

After She Left by Penelope Hanley
The Captain’s Disgraced Lady by Catherine Tilney
None So Blind by Alis Hawkins
The King’s Evil by Andrew Taylor
Devil’s Lair by Sarah Barrie
The Light Over London by Julia Kelly
The True Story of Maddie Bright by Mary-Rose MacColl
The Competition by Caroline Miley
The Lily in the Snow by Jackie French

June

The Mathematical Bridge by Jim Kelly
Who Slays the Wicked by C.S. Harris
The Pursued by C.S. Forester
The Land Girls by Victoria Purman
An Officer’s Vow by Penny Hampson
A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder by Diane Freeman
The Work of Art by Mimi Matthews
Triple Jeopardy by Anne Perry
The House by the Loch by Kirsty Wark
The Lily and the Rose by Jackie French

May

River of Darkness by Rennie Airth
The Painted Bridge by Wendy Wallace
Four Respectable Ladies Seek the Meaning of Wife by Barbara Toner
Seeking the Dead by Kate Ellis
The Catherine Howard Conspiracy by Alexandra Walsh
The Blood Dimmed Tide by Rennie Airth

April

Annelies by David Gillham
The Woman from Saint Germain by J.R. Lonie
The Strings of Murder by Oscar de Muriel
The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff
On a Cold Dark Sea by Elizabeth Blackwell
The Room on Rue Amélie by Kristin Harmel
A Fever of the Blood by Oscar de Muriel
A Mask of Shadows by Oscar de Muriel
The Alchemist of Lost Souls by Mary Lawrence
The Loch of the Dead by Oscar de Muriel
Kept by D.J. Taylor

March

Captain Cook's Apprentice by Anthony Hill (re-read)
The Stars in the Night by Clare Rhoden
Twenty-One days by Anne Perry
The Ink Stain by Meg and Tom Keneally
The Detective and the Devil by Lloyd Shepherd
Savage Magic by Lloyd Shepherd
The Poisoned Island by Lloyd Shepherd
The English Monster by Lloyd Shepherd
Brandon - Tudor Knight by Tony Riches
Home Fires by Fiona Lowe
Reasons to Kill God by I.V. Olokita
We Must Be Brave by Frances Liardet
An Abiding Fire by M.J. Logue

February

The Frozen Lake by Elizabeth Edmondson
An Appetite for Violets by Martine Bailey
The Penny Heart by Martine Bailey
The Lost Village by Neil Spring
Murder by Gaslight by J.C. Briggs
Valentines from Bath by Caroline Warfield et al
The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper
Bellewether by Susannna Kearlsey
Midnight Blue by Simone Van Der Vlugt

January

Death at Hungerford Stairs by J.C. Briggs
A House of Ghosts by W.C. Ryan
The Road to Newgate by Kate Braithwaite
The Captain's Wallflower by Audrey Harrison
Of Honest Fame by M.M. Bennetts
The Lost Valley by Jennifer Scoullar


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