It is a fact that I am not supposed to buy books in December because gifts, but as we share wishlists I know the range from where my presents will be drawn.
That’s a complicated way of saying that if a title wasn’t on my wish list it was fair game. Here we go.
- Beast by Matt Wesolowski – because I love the Six Stories series and the podcast format makes for compelling reading
- Dead Astronauts by Jeff VanderMeer – because any new book by this author is a must-buy for me
The True Crime
- American Predator by Maureen Callahan – if you’ve seen my earlier post you will know that I have already read this, and will be looking into this awful serial killer more in 2020
- Dark Dreams by Roy Hazelwood – Sexual Violence, Homicide and the Criminal Mind because who doesn’t want some light reading…
- The Forest City Killer by Vanessa Brown – I heard an interview with the author on a recent podcast and had to find out more about this Canadian case
The Other Non-Fiction
- The Pulse Glass by Gillian Tindall – a personal and global history in objects; I love this sort of thing
- Good Morning, Good Life by Amy Schmittauer Landino – I follow Amy’s YouTube channel but bought the book specifically for an online book club read; I’m already behind…..
- Intensity by Dean Koontz – I don’t think I’ve ever read any Koontz; this is serial killer rather than horror
- Gallows Court by Martin Edwards – murder in 1930’s London, the first in the Rachel Savernake series
- We Are All Completely Fine by Daryl Gregory – Harrison is the Monster Detective, a storybook hero. What happens when he and others like him join a support group?
That should keep me busy for a while 😀