Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday - Books On My TBR With Geographical Terms in the Title


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 books with geographical terms in the title and I'm specifically looking at books on my TBR.


1.  Death Comes to the Village by Catherine Lloyd - I don't know much about this first in a cozy mystery series but it looks promising.

2.  One Foot in the Grove by Kelly Lane - Ditto above

3.  The Little Flower Shop by the Sea by Ali McNamara - This sounds like a good read though I know nothing about this author.

4.  The Secret Island by Enid Blyton - I never read Enid Blyton as a child and I'd like to fix that and this sounds like a fun one.

5.  Sweet Lake by Christina Nolfi - This looks lovely and has been on my TBR for ages.


6.  Lady on the Hill: How the Biltmore Estate Became An American Icon by Howard E. Covington Jr - I've been fascinated by the Biltmore since we visited there years ago and this looks intriguing.

7.  The Mountains Wild by Sarah Stewart Taylor - This entire series is on my TBR and it looks fantastic.

8.  The Lighthouse on Moonglow Bay by Lori Foster - This looks like a lovely romance/women's fiction book.

9.  A Stranger on the Beach by Michelle Campbell - I've read another book by this author and really enjoyed it.

10. Along the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Williams - Ditto above.

Do you have any books with geographical terms in the title on your TBR?

7 comments:

  1. I have several by Beatriz Williams on my TBR but have not got to them yet. I hope you enjoy all of these!

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  2. I almost used A Stranger on the Beach to fit with my Beachy theme. Lovely list Katherine!

    Elza Reads

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  3. Great titles for this week's TTT! I haven't read any of these books. :)

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  4. Great list! I want to read some of those.

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  5. Great list, not sure how you will go with Enid Blyton, I read and loved much as a child but on revisit as an adult just couldn't see how I did. Don't forget the Kristy Woodson Harvey book something like The Wedding Veil that has links to the Biltmore estate.

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  6. My cousin was a docent at the Biltmore back in the '90s and I always wanted to visit then, but no one would babysit Baz for that long because he was too active. Ha ha. I'd still like to visit someday. 😍

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  7. "Grove" is a great geographical term! I think that's the first time I've seen it on a list for this prompt.

    I love the Sarah Stewart Taylor series. I hope you enjoy it when you get to it.

    Happy TTT (on a Monday)!

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