My week in books – 4 – 10 March

My reading queue has slowed a little this week, which is great as it’ll allow me to catch up a little!

Read

  1. A Smudge of Gray – Jonathan Sturak
  2. 28 Pages – Allen Mitchum
  3. The Blues Man – Robin Webster

In Progress

  1. Scuttlejack: A Damon Quinn Mystery – Bruce Obee
  2. Pure – Andrew Miller

Book Review Requests

  1. A Game of Proof – Tim Vicary
  2. Red Cloud Pistachios – David Heslop
  3. Promise me Eternity – Ian Fox
  4. Hostile Witness – Rebecca Forster
  5. Before her eyes – Rebecca Forster
  6. Hodburn Wood – John Tyson-Capper
  7. Spare Change – Bette Lee Crosby
  8. The Watchtower – Darke Conteur
  9. An Unproductive woman – Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali
  10. The Laurel Harvest – Christopher Hall
  11. The Butterfly and the Bull – Stuart Haddon
  12. Changing the Little Things – JL Manning
  13. The Viper Contract – Chris Broyhill
  14. A Military Republic – Haythem Bastawy
  15. Shades of grey – Michael Cargill
  16. I hate spiders – Bugly Fellows
  17. ART PENGRIFFIN & THE CURSE OF THE FOUR – Norman Revill
  18. The living room – Bill Rolfe
  19. Pageburner – Jason Christie
  20. DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES – Ann Werner
  21. Shots – Theodore Quester
  22. The Witch Hunter’s Amulet – Marco Lobo
  23. Don’t be a stranger – Robert Barash
  24. Resurrection Flowers – HC Turk
  25. One of Us – Iain Rowan
  26. GOTU – Mike McNeff
  27. Going to the Dogs – Ellen Druskin
  28. Sandman – Morgan Hannah MacDonald
  29. When I am singing to you – Rebecca Burke
  30. Who Stole Me – Jon P. Bloch
  31. The Detective – J. E. Hood
  32. Violence – Timothy McDougall

 

If you’d like me to review your book, please see here for more information. My reading queue is around nine – ten weeks at the moment. I generally review in the order I recieve requests, but will sometimes pull a short story or young adult book forward, to give me a break from the deeper and more complex novels. This helps ensure that I am able to give a fair review to all authors.

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