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I’m currently reading the ARC Hide by Tracy Clark… This one is actually already published and an Amazon First read; I couldn’t resist getting a NG ARC anyway because I do love a good serial killer thriller. I will also be starting The Wednesday Morning Wild Swim by Jules Wake for my first fiction/contemporary read. I loved the first book and didn’t know it was part of a series back then, but I’m more than happy to return to Yorkshire.


1. The Sorority Murder by Allison Brennan (3,5/5 stars) REVIEW 20/01
I’ve been meaning to try this author and series for a while, and I thought getting an ARC of the sequel would be the perfect motivation to finally do so. I always love a good murder mystery and podcast angle, so I’ve been looking forward to read The Sorority Murder. As a whole, this turned out to be a great start of the series! The pace was quite slow initially and it took a while for things to pick up, but it was still a solid thriller.

2. Random Sh*t Flying Through The Air by Jackson Ford (3,5/5 stars) REVIEW 20/01
I know this is not my typical genre, but there was just something about this series that had me intrigued immediately, and I couldn’t resist adding it to my shelves. The catchy titles as well as the blurbs only made me want to start reading the books even more… And I finally did so last October. I loved my time with the first book, and I’ve been meaning to pick up Random Sh*t Flying Through The Air ever since. True, these books are basically absolutely bonkers, but they are also extremely entertaining if you don’t take the credibility of it all too seriously.

3. The Blue Bar by Damyanti Biswas (4/5 stars) REVIEW 17/01
I always love a good thriller with an international setting, and I don’t think I’ve read one set in India before… So of course I HAD to add The Blue Bar to my wishlist as soon as I read Kelly’s review not that long ago, and of course I HAD to snatch a Netgalley copy even though it was already published. And I’m glad I did, because I ended up having an excellent time with this crime thriller! Both the Mumbai setting with its many vivid descriptions, the local culture and customs and main character Arnav were highlights for me. The killer’s POV also made for an excellent addition to the plot.


I still have a mountain of January ARCs I need to get through… I need to read last minute NG approval How To Sell A Haunted House by Grady Hendrix ASAP because it’s due to be archived soon. I love the sound of this one, and I have high hopes for it! I also need to read the sequel Don’t Open The Door by Allison Brennan; I liked Regan’s character in the first book, so I’m looking forward to it. Then it’s time for a quick break to read my first Nordic Noir and translation with Unhinged by Thomas Enger and Jørn Lier Horst. I loved the first two books of the sequel, so I fully expect to love this one as well! My TBR jar pick The Library At Mount Char by Scott Hawkins will have to wait until February as I have too many other titles I want/need to read first.

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