Stacking the Shelves (558)

The book I’m looking the most forward to in this stack is Assistant to the Villain, because I loved, Loved, LOVED Hench and this is giving me the same delicious vibes. I adore stories where people are good at what they do, even if that means that they are very, very good at being very, very bad. I have high hopes for this one!

For Review:
Always Remember: Ben’s Story (Ravenswood #3) by Mary Balogh
Assistant to the Villain by Hannah Nicole Maehrer
The Book of Ile-Rien: The Element of Fire & The Death of the Necromancer by Martha Wells
Cassiel’s Servant (Kushiel’s Universe #1.5) by Jacqueline Carey (audio)
The Country of the Blind by Andrew Leland
The Diamond of London by Andrea Penrose
Exordia by Seth Dickinson
Hercule Poirot’s Silent Night (New Hercule Poirot #5) by Sophie Hannah
Holmes, Miss Marple & Poe Investigations by James Patterson and Brian Sitts
Hunting the Falcon by John Guy, Julia Fox
Knighthunter (Oronis Knights #2) by Anna Hackett
Mislaid in Parts Half-Known (Wayward Children #9) by Seanan McGuire
The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels by Janice Hallett
The Mystery Guest (Molly the Maid #2) by Nita Prose
The Night Island (Lost Night Files #2) by Jayne Ann Krentz
Osprey (Miranda Chase #13) by M.L. Buchman
Twilight Falls (Shady Hollow #4) by Juneau Black
The Wishing Bridge by Viola Shipman

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    1. I love the Jayneverse. This one is loosely connected to everything else, but the connection to the Arcane Society is so loose that you don’t have to have read everything to get into this subseries – at least based on the first book. I mostly love Shipman, every once in a while there’s a bit of a clunker but their first and most recent books were terrific!
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  1. I enjoyed the first Shady Hollow on audiobook. I’m planning to listen to the second one in the fall. Hercule Poirot is always fun. I just finished listening to Hercule Poirot’s Christmas and I enjoyed it. Have a great week. 🙂
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