Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Top Ten Tuesday - Summer TBR

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 


1.  A Place Like Home by Rosamunde Pilcher - Pilcher is a favorite author and I love her short stories so I had to pick up this new collection of short stories.  Pilcher died in 2019 making this extra special.

2.  Murder Most Fowl by Donna Andrews - I love this series so I have to read the newest book!

3.  The Moon Sister by Lucinda Riley - I was so saddened to hear of Riley's death last week after a long battle with cancer.  This was already on my list to read but now there will be an extra bit of poignancy.

4.  The Secret Staircase by Sheila Connolly - I started this series on a whim last year and am looking forward to picking up the last book.

5.  Murder Most Fair by Anna Lee Huber - I am fully caught up on the Verity Kent series and have enjoyed all the books so I can't wait to pick up this newest one.

6.  The Spy Wore Red by Aline, Countess of Romanones - I read this book years and years ago and really enjoyed it but now that I've read Larry Loftis' biography I need to do a reread!

7.  Latter End by Patricia Wentworth - One of my goals this year is to read all the Miss Silver books in chronological order and this is the next book.

8.  The Stalking by Heather Graham - I always like Graham's Krewe of Hunter books during the summer.  They're creepy and suspenseful but still light reading.

9.   Death in Castle Dark by Veronica Bond -Murder in a castle and the first in a new cozy series.  It looks really fun.

10. The Whole Cat and Caboodle by Sofie Ryan -This is a series I've recently rolled in to my Year of the Series project.  I've read the later books but somehow never read the first few so I'm going to work to fix that.

What are you hoping to read this summer?


  1. You have a lot of great books to look forward to this summer. I know many people love Heather Graham and Rosamunde Pilcher. I hope you enjoy them all!

  2. Great sounding list. I am one who have never read Pilcher and this year I do hope to at least try Shell Seekers or Winter Solstice.

  3. Some great books on your list. A few of those are on my wishlist too.

  4. Great list, feels like Rosamunde Pilcher has been gone longer, loved so many of her books. Creepy, suspenseful but light is the kind of reading I like. Must try a Heather Graham some time.

  5. I hope you get to all of these this summer, Katherine. I miss reading the Krewe Hunter books and need to get back into them. I'm still behind with the Verity Kent series and need to catch up. My goal right now though is to catch up with Jennifer Ashley's Below Stairs series. I'm only two books behind on that one.