20 Books of Summer 2015!


Cathy at Cathy746 has a yearly challenge to read twenty books over the summer months starting on 1 June 2015 and running until 4 September 2015, and this year I’ve decided to join her. My first 10 books have been chosen – the next 10 will be added soon.

Summer Reading May 29

Completed Reads

Click on the link to read my review and the cover to go to the Goodreads description

Number 1 left

Dancing for the Hangman by Martin Edwards

Dancing for the Hangman

Number 2

Every Secret Thing by Emma Cole

Every Secret Thing

Number 3

The Whicharts – Noel Streatfeild

The Whicharts

Number 4


The Maul and the Pear Tree – P.D. James & T.A. Critchley

Number 5

The Disappearance of Emily Marr – Louise Candlish

The Disappearance of Emily Marr

Number 6

 The Anatomy of Death – Felicity Young

An Anatomy of Death

Number 7

Under World – Reginald Hill

Under World

Number 8

Letters to the Lost – Iona Grey

Letters to the Lost

Number 9
The Night Watch – Sarah Waters

The Night Watch

Number 10Rutherford Park

Rutherford Park

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19 thoughts on “20 Books of Summer 2015!

  1. Good luck with your #20booksofsummer challenge, my summer challenge for the last three summers has been #OneSummerChunkster the books that seem too intimidating throughout the year and a great challenge for summer.

    Last year I read Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth and this year I have Roberto Bolaño’s 2666


  2. Love this idea! What a brilliant journey you’re on and can’t wait to hear more of your reviews! Might even have to buy the ones you recommend…yes infact you always manage to persuade without even knowing! Good luck for the rest of the challenge!


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