1. 🏅 Big Little Lies by Liane Moriartys
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    My first Moriarty book. SO good. I listened to the audiobook obsessively.
  2. The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher by Kate Summersdale
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    Great at first. Ended up a little dull (too much info on Victorian trivia), but all-in-all a fairly interesting true crime history.
  3. A Desperate Fortune by Susanna Kearsley
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    Kearsley's latest. Loved the heroine with Asperger's!
  4. 💣 If You're Not the One by Jemma Forte
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    It was decent chick lit for the first half. Then it veered into crazy town.
  5. Crazy Mountain Kiss by Keith McCafferty
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    Reminded me of Longmire.
  6. The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution by Joseph Ellis
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    A really interesting history of the period between the end of the Revolution and the establishment of the Bill of Rights.
  7. Hell's Gate by Richard Crompton
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    An intriguing mystery set in modern Kenya, featuring a Maasai police detective.
  8. The Third Wife by Lisa Jewell
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    I ended up giving a copy of this one to my blog readers over the summer, because I really enjoyed it! Fun British lit.
  9. These Broken Stars
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    I hadn't read much sci fi in recent years, but I enjoyed several this year - this one is much lighter/more romantic than Red Rising.
  10. Three Wishes by Liane Moriarty
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    My best friend from college has triplet daughters, so I always love triplet stuff. I told her she better hope her girls grow up a little less dramatic than the adult sisters in this one!