On the one hand, this list is still the result of my recent epic book flail. I loved the first books in the Forensic Instincts series, but somehow it dropped off my book radar. When I realized I was coming to an end of my St. Cyr catch up read and needed a new comfort read series, I happened to see a mention of At Any Cost and ‘Bob’ as they say, ‘is your uncle’.
On my second hand, there’s that 50th anniversary edition of The Forgotten Beasts of Eld. I read that when it first came out 50(!) years ago and it’s one of those books, along with the author’s Riddle-Master of Hed Trilogy, that I’ve carted to seven different states over those 50 years. It’s time to get it out again.
And then there’s my third hand, or perhaps a foot perched on a library-style kickstep, with two books about the power of books and the desire to run away from responsibility and open a bookstore, which made me think of Days at the Morisaki Bookshop and The Cat Who Saved Books and I couldn’t resist!
The Butcher of the Forest by Premee Mohamed
The Forgotten Beasts of Eld: 50th Anniversary Special Edition by Patricia A. McKillip
Fury (Fury Brothers #1) by Anna Hackett
Tales of the Celestial Kingdom (Celestial Kingdom #3) by Sue Lynn Tan
Three Kinds of Lucky (Shadow Age #1) by Kim Harrison
Welcome to the Hyunam-dong Bookshop by Hwang Bo-reum
What You Are Looking For Is in the Library by Michiko Aoyama
Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
At Any Cost (Forensic Instincts #9) by Andrea Kane
Dead in a Week (Forensic Instincts #7) by Andrea Kane
A Dragon for William (Night’s Edge #2.5) by Julie E. Czerneda
A Face to Die For (Forensic Instincts #6) by Andrea Kane
The Murder That Never Was (Forensic Instincts #5) by Andrea Kane
No Stone Unturned (Forensic Instincts #8) by Andrea Kane
A Play of Shadow (Night’s Edge #2) by Julie E. Czerneda
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