Well another month has gone by, and it is time for me to decide what books I will be reading in the month of June. I find it hard to believe that it is June, especially as our weather has been behaving more like March lately. Well, hopefully summer will soon arrive and all will be forgotten.
Before I reveal next month’s reads, a moment to check back on my May TBR and see how I did. I am happy to report that I managed to read all of the books on my list! Yeah! I am very happy with that as I usually miss one and occasionally two books on my list. I’m working on the last couple of reviews for some of them and hope to have those up tomorrow.
Now for the month of June I needed some quick and easy reads as it is always a busy month, with school ending and all that that entails. But I think I have gathered some good ones to be getting on with.
ARC’s I need to read
A Murder of Crows will be first up, in fact I have already started it. I always enjoy a book set in England, especially when there is a murder most foul.
The It Girl just sounded too good to pass up. I have not read any other books by this author, but I have heard good things about them. I am looking forward to reading this one.
The Swell is one I picked up on a whim. My son is a surfer and reading a thriller about surfing sounded like a good summer beach read.
Grounded for All Eternity is a middle grade book that sounded really good. I really like the concept of a group of kids from Hell coming to earth and getting into trouble.
What else might I read?
The Marlow Murder Club is definitely up next as soon as I am done with one of my current reads. I can’t wait to dive into this one.
I’m a little bit on the fence about continuing The Traitor’s Game series. I can’t decide if I liked the first book enough to move onto the second one. But I think I will at least give The Deceiver’s Heart a try as I think some of my issues with the story won’t be as prevalent in this one.
The Last Time I Lied is the next Riley Sager I want to pick up. I really do enjoy his writing style and how twisty his stories are.
Death on Eat Street sounded like such a fun read when I talked about it in my Monday post that I decided that I needed to pick it up sooner rather than later. I hope it is as good as it sounds.
I do have a bunch more books lined up to read, and not all of them are mystery/thrillers! But these are the ones that I know I will at least try to read or listen too. Also I never know what will catch my eye either at the library or the bookstore. But I am sure whatever I choose to read it will be enjoyable.