Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Top Ten Tuesday - Most Anticipated Releases for 2nd Half 2021

Today I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl which is all about lists.  Since lists are one of my favorite things this is one of my favorite linkups!  Today's topic is about the releases for the second half of 2021 that I'm most looking frward to reading! o I always struggle a bit with this topic as I'm not the best at keeping up with release schedules so here are 10 I found that are definitely going (or are already) on my TBR list!

1.  Death on the Shelf by Allison Brook - I love the Haunted Library series and can't wait to get started on this one.

2.  Railroaded 4 Murder by J.C. Eaton - Another favorite series and another one I can't wait to start reading.  

3.  Murder at Mallowan Hall by Colleen Cambridge - This is the first in a cozy series that I'm so excited about I can barely stand it.  The main character is a housekeeper and not to just anyone - but to Agatha Christie.  A cozy mystery about Agatha Christie's housekeeper??  Yes please!

4.  Murder Most Fair by Anna Lee Huber - This is the next book in the Verity Kent series which is one I just recently caught up on and I'm looking forward to seeing what happens next.

5.  The Unknown by Heather Graham - I always love Graham's romantic suspense and this one takes place in New Orleans which is one of my favorite places.  

6.  Death at the Crystal Palace by Jennifer Ashley - This is one of my favorite historical mystery series and there's no way I'm not picking up this newest book!

7.  Three Words for Goodbye by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb - Gaynor is an author whose books I've really enjoyed but it has been far too long since I've picked any of her books up.  This sounds like a good read!

8.  The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewell - A little creepier then the rest but I always enjoy Jewell's books - especially on audio and I'll be picking this up on Audible as soon as it's available.

9.  What the Cat Dragged in by Miranda James - This series makes me want a Maine Coon cat like Diesel and I always enjoy seeing what's going on in Charlie's world.  Plus, I always love the titles.  

10. The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan - And of course I have to have a Christmas book!  I haven't even read the blurb on this one but it involves a bookshop and Jenny Colgan so I figure I'll love it!

What books are you looking forward to in 2021?


  1. I lost track of where I am with the Below Stairs series but I'm adding the newest to my wish list. I'm the same with Colgan's books!

  2. I have a few of these on my list too. I can't wait to read the Miranda James and Allison Brook books.

  3. I am absolutely horrible at keeping up with new releases! I hope you enjoy these when they come out :)

    -Megan Bookstacks & Golden Moms

  4. Lisa Jewell and Jenny Colgan are the only two authors I am familiar with. I was getting going on that top 10 Tuesday for a while and then I sort of let it fade away. It’s a fun thing to do, I need to get back into it

  5. I enjoyed the Jennifer Ashley book and plan to read Anna Lee Huber and Lisa Jewell someday.

    Anne - Books of My Heart

  6. Those sound great! I'm looking forward to Lisa Jewell's next one especially. Love her books!

  7. The Jennifer Ashley books look very good. I am looking at that lot right now!

  8. Fantastic list. I am just this minute making a list of what I'll read for July. So I also am making another list of what I want looking at this read. Decided I need to get onto and keep going with the Allison Brook series. I have been hovering over the next Jennifer Ashley book, looks like my library hasn't ordered it so might have to buy it. Will hang on a little longer. I want Three Words For Goodbye too. And of course Jenny Colgan. Of course!!

  9. I see a couple of my favorite series on here!

  10. Great list! I really want to read the Jennifer Ashley series at some point.

  11. I love the Ashley series as well. It's a fun one! I'm also always up for anything Jenny Colgan. I've only read a couple of hers, but I enjoy them.

    Happy TTT (a week late)!