For the 1/19/16 Top Ten Tuesday Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
The Father: Made in Sweden, Part I by Anton Svensson
I am beyond intrigued by this one. It's first in a Swedish thriller duology based on the true story. It sounds dark and intense and I can't wait to start.
1 / 10
The Square Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood
A teen book about "time travel, quantum physics, and sweeping romance" - this sounds like an amazing must read and fantastic YA debut!
2 / 10
The Case of Lisandra P.: A Novel by Helene Gremillon
No, I'm not yet tired of GONE GIRL/GIRL ON THE TRAIN comparisons. This one happens to be translated from French.
3 / 10
The May Queen Murders by Sarah Jude
The description promises superstition and tradition, a missing teen, and a hometown full of secrets all set in the Missouri Ozarks. This sounds like another rural horror tale and if it even comes close to that I'll be a happy, happy girl!
4 / 10
Presumed Innocent by Scott Turow
This is is definitely considered a classic thriller, but I've never read it. My aunt and uncle suggested it over Christmas so I rounded up a copy and have it waiting in the TBR right now.
5 / 10
My Best Friend's Exorcism: A Novel by Grady Hendrix
Ok, HORRORSTÖR was amazing. Quirky and unique, super funny, all around fabulous, so of course Hendrix's latest would be a top priority for my reading!
6 / 10
The Oxford Inheritance: A Novel by Ann A. McDonald
So a girl raised in America receives a strange package that leads her to the UK on a hunt for information about her mother. Oh, and the Goodreads descriptions says "... this eerie, suspenseful thriller steeped in money, murder, and black magic" - um, yes please!
7 / 10
Behold the Bones (Beware the Wild Book 2) by Natalie C. Parker
The follow up to the 2014 BEWARE THE WILD - set in the swamps of my home state no less. I didn't realize there was going to be a follow up but I quite enjoyed the first outing (even if my Swiss cheese brain doesn't remember much of it).
8 / 10
Where It Hurts (A Gus Murphy Novel) by Reed Farrel Coleman
Coleman is kind of beloved amongst fellow crime writers and even though I once worked for the parent company that published him, I've yet to actually read his work. This marks the first in a new series from Penguin and it sounded like the perfect place for me to start!
9 / 10
Calamity (The Reckoners Book 3) by Brandon Sanderson
I won this one as a bound ms from First to Read but I still haven't read the second book in this series. Guess I need to get to that so I can dive into this one!
10 / 10