By Bookworm 1977

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By Bookworm 1977


The Best Reads of 2018 (So Far)

The books in the list are a mixture of fiction and non-fiction, all have been published between 2017 and 2018 and chosen by you the reader.

 

South by Southwest Wales by David Owain Hughes

 

Awakening Sequel to Affiniity's Window by Douglas L. Wilson 

 

A Mersey Maiden by Brian L Porter

 

A Very Mersey Murder by Brian L Porter

 

Edith Wilson: Fourteen Points to Death (White House Dollhouse Mystery Book 1) by Barbara Schlichting

 Non-ficton

 

Inspector Reid: The Real Ripper Street Paper by Amanda Harvey Purse

 

The Denham Massacre by Neil Watson

 

Conan Doyle for the Defence by Margalit Fox

 

Woman At The Devil's Door: The Extraordinary True Story of Mary Pearcey and the Hampstead Murders by Sarah Beth Hopton

 

Blackmail, Sex and Lies: A Victorian True Crime Murder Mystery by Kathryn McMaster


Science and fantasy

 

Blurred Vision by Chris Botragyi

 

Avian: by Emma Pullar  

 

The Silver and the Green (The Chronicles of Tonath Book 2) by Mari Collier  

 

Always Darkest (Arbitratus Trilogy) by Jessica Flaherty & Keith Flaherty  

 

Renaissance by Marla Skidmore


Romance

 

Cupidity by Lucinda Lamont

 

The Love Of Hawthorne by Diana Rubino


Horror

 

Biddy Trott by Donna Maria McCarthy

 

Them James Watts

 

The Legacy of Old Gran Parks by Isobel Blackthorn

 

The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay

 

Ghost Hunter III: Blood Ties by Martin J. Best


History

 

Strange Tales of Scotland by Jack Strange  

 

Joseph: The Life, Times and Place of the Elephant Man by 

Joanne Vigor-Mungovin (Author),‎ Michelle Merrick (Foreword)


Crime thrillers and mysteries

 

Morriston The Return: The final Installment in the Rees & Mary saga by Steve Jessup 

 

Jack the Ripper: Live and UnCut by Matt Leyshon