Books read in 2018

I’m aiming to read 100 books in 2018. This is the record of my reading progress. Click on underlined titles to read my reviews.

Fiction
‘A room with a view’ by E M Forster
‘Death in Zanzibar’ by M M Kaye
‘And then there were none’ by Agatha Christie
‘The empty house’ by Rosamunde Pilcher
‘The silent pool’ by Patricia Wentworth
‘The liar in the library’ by Simon Brett
‘A certain justice’ by P D James
‘Mrs McGinty’s dead’ by Agatha Christie
‘Another view’ by Rosamunde Pilcher
‘The assize of the dying’ by Ellis Peters
‘The traveller returns’ by Patricia Wentworth
‘Murder is easy’ by Agatha Christie
‘The affair of the thirty-nine cufflinks’ by James Anderson
‘Inside enemy’ by Alan Judd
‘Rainbow’s end’ by Ellis Peters
‘The trouble with goats and sheep’ by Joanna Cannon
‘At risk’ by Stella Rimington
‘Giant’s bread’ by Agatha Christie
‘Deep blue’ by Alan Judd
‘Rooted in evil’ by Ann Granger
‘According to the evidence’ by Henry Cecil
‘The corpse on the court’ by Simon Brett
‘The street’ by Bernardine Bishop
‘Did you see Melody?’ by Sophie Hannah
‘A damsel in distress’ by P G Wodehouse
‘Rack, ruin and murder’ by Ann Granger
‘Abela’ by Berlie Doherty
‘The Rosie project’ by Graeme Simsion
‘Elizabeth is missing’ by Emma Healey
‘Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine’ by Gail Honeyman
‘Murder in the mews’ by Agatha Christie
‘They do it with mirrors’ by Agatha Christie
‘Mrs Pargeter’s public relations’ by Simon Brett
‘Taken at the flood’ by Agatha Christie
‘The uncommon reader’ by Alan Bennett
‘Mystery in white’ by J Jefferson Farjeon
‘Weekend at Thrackley’ by Alan Melville
‘Sail away’ by Celia Imrie
‘Dead in the water’ by Ann Granger
‘Somebody at the door’ by Raymond Postgate
‘The Chinese shawl’ by Patricia Wentworth
‘Mrs McGinty’s dead’ by Agatha Christie
‘Seven dead’ by J Jefferson Farjeon
‘Evening class’ by Maeve Binchy
‘Pieces of happiness’ by Anne Ostby
‘Fire in the thatch’ by E C R Lorac

Non-fiction
‘The kingdom by the sea’ by Paul Theroux
‘The great horizon’ by Jo Woolf
‘Saturday night Peter’ by Peter Kay
‘Flight MH370: the mystery’ by Nigel Cawthorne
‘Perseverance’ by Margaret J Wheatley
‘Peaceful gardens’ by Stephanie Donaldson
‘No is not enough’ by Naomi Klein
‘Ace of spies’ by Robin Bruce Lockhart
‘Raising my voice’ by Malalai Joya
‘A very expensive poison’ by Luke Harding
‘Ammonites and leaping fish’ by Penelope Lively
‘Fingers in the sparkle jar’ by Chris Packham
‘The library at night’ by Alberto Manguel
‘The ascent of Everest’ by John Hunt
‘The greatest’ by Matthew Syed
‘How to be a gardener: book one’ by Alan Titchmarsh
‘The new wild’ by Fred Pearce
‘The art of coarse gardening’ by Spike Hughes
‘What your clutter is trying to tell you’ by Kerri L Richardson
‘Conan Doyle for the defence’ by Margalit Fox

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