This week’s Top Ten Tuesday focuses on authors whose work I’ve read for the first time this year.
As is often the case, my list is in no particular order. Please click on the book covers for reviews and/or synopses, and on the authors’ names to learn more about them.
I read both of these books, which are not standalones, back to back and thoroughly enjoyed them. Grissom brought to life a part of America’s history that seems to be overlooked.
Not one of my favorites, but Hawley is a gifted storyteller. I look forward to seeing what else Hawley has in store for readers.
I hope Agatha Christie would be proud of the way Ms. Hannah is bringing new life to one of her most beloved crime-solving characters.
“The Girls” is historical fiction like I’ve never read before.
Books don’t often make me cry. I was ugly-crying at the end of this one.
Don’t even act surprised that Laura McHugh is on this list! ICYMI, I met her last week …
Of all the books I’ve read this year, this one has had the greatest impact on me.
I just can’t say enough about how much I enjoyed Jennifer Ryan’s debut novel, due for release in February.
This was only the second time I’d ever accepted an author review request. My first experience was anything but impressive, so I didn’t know what to expect from this one. I was hardly disappointed, though.
Are any of these authors on your list? If you participated in this week’s TTT, please share your link in the comments below.
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