1. 🏅 Big Little Lies by Liane Moriartys
    My first Moriarty book. SO good. I listened to the audiobook obsessively.
  2. The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher by Kate Summersdale
    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
    Kearsley's latest. Loved the heroine with Asperger's!
  4. 💣 If You're Not the One by Jemma Forte
    It was decent chick lit for the first half. Then it veered into crazy town.
  5. Crazy Mountain Kiss by Keith McCafferty
    Reminded me of Longmire.
  6. The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution by Joseph Ellis
    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
    An intriguing mystery set in modern Kenya, featuring a Maasai police detective.
  8. The Third Wife by Lisa Jewell
    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
    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
    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!