1. 🏅 Angels Burning by Tawni O'Dell
    Do you watch Justified? This is like the Crowe clan come to life, except the sheriff is a strong middle-aged woman instead of twinkle-eyed Raylon Givens. It's dark and funny, and really good.
  2. The Men Who United the States by Simon Winchester
    This book does a great job of linking lots of disparate bits of US history. I found it fascinating. And now I want him to write The Women Who United the States.
  3. Where'd You Go, Bernadette? by Maria Semple
    So fun! Makes me wish I lived in Seattle.
  4. Golden Son by Pierce Brown
    GAH. How is there even going to be a book 3???
  5. Even the Dead by Benjamin Black
    The cover is misleading. This is a quiet, mid-century Irish mystery. Reminiscent of Jacqueline Winspear or Charles Todd.
  6. The Android's Dream by John Scalzi
    This was... Odd. But strangely unputdownable! And laugh out loud funny sometimes.
  7. The Things We Keep by Sally Hepworth
    I can't stop thinking about this book. It's about Anna, 38, who has early onset Alzheimer's. She's in an assisted living facility when she falls in love with another resident named Luke. But will Anna and Luke remember their love as they lose their memories?
  8. 💣 The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
    Blah. I didn't like any of the characters. And I saw the "shocking twist" coming.
  9. The Quiet Gentleman by Georgette Heyer
    I really like Gervase's character as I get older. He's charming, quietly (and sarcastically) funny, thoughtful, intelligent, and handsome. Basically, everyone's dream guy. Amiright?
  10. Someone Else's Love Story by Joshilyn Jackson
    This was my first book by Jackson, but it won't be my last! I was completely engrossed.