Mrs Bloggs’ Books Outstanding Reads 2019

For some of the year I couldn’t read a thing because I was too ill. Definitely made up for it though after that and below are the books I’ve read this year that made me appreciate reading oh so much and I’ve really enjoyed reading every single one of them.

Some I haven’t got around to reviewing yet because I’ve been like a drowning person deprived of water then suddenly I can breathe (read) again. I’ve read and read and read….

These are my Outstanding Reads of 2019.

I can highly recommend every single one of them. In no particular order. They’re a mix of indie and non indie

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The Heart’s Invisible Furies by John Boyne (review on blog)

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The River At Night by Erika Ferencik (review on blog)

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Once Upon A River by Dianne Setterfield (review on blog)

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The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides (review on blog)

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Red Snow by Will Dean ( review on blog)

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Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain (review on blog)

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The Carer by Deborah Moggach (review on blog)

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A Breath On Dying Embers by Denzil Meyrick (review on blog)

This Mortal Boy by Fiona Kidman (Review on blog)

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A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum (review on blog)

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Nora Webster Colm Toibin (review on blog)

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Hillsborough The Truth by Phil Scraton (review on blog)

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Hope by Terry Tyler (review on blog)

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Every Game You Play by L M Krier (review on blog)

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If Only I Could Tell You by Hannah Beckerman (review on blog)

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The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter (review to come)

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Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens (review to come)

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The Quaker by Liam McIlvanney (review on blog)

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Little Siberia by Antii Tuomeinen (review on blog)

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Blackthorn by Terry Tyler (review on blog)

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The Pianist Of Yarmouk by Aeham Ahmad (review on blog)

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I Wanted You To Know by Laura Pearson (review on blog)

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Stay Mad Sweetheart by Heleen Kist (review on blog)

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The Clueless Companion by Frank Kusy (review on blog)

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A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier (review on blog)

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Deadland by William Shaw (review on blog)

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A Death in Mayfair by Mark Ellis (review on blog)

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You Will Be Safe Here by Damian Barr (review on blog)

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Faking Friends by Jane Fallon (review to come)

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Blood & Sugar by Laura Shepherd – Robinson ( review to come)

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Those People by Louise Candlish (review to come)

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Summer of 77 by Robert Fear (review to come)

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Highveld Ways by Valerie Poore (review to come)

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Skin Deep by Liz Nugent (review to come)

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Cage by Lilja Sigurðardóttir (review to come)

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Worst Case Scenario by Helen Fitzgerald (review to come)

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Leonard and Hungry Paul by Ronan Hession (review to come)

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Now a few awards in the Outstanding category, that I believe are very well deserved.

Outstanding Crime Debut Award

Dead Inside by Noelle Holten. (review on blog)

Outstanding Indie Author Award (Dystopian)

Terry Tyler for both of these outstanding reads published this year and listed above Hope and Blackthorn

Outstanding Indie Memoir author of the year goes to Beth Haslam

For writing wonderful interesting books about her life in a French Estate and the animals, rescued, adopted and wild who also live there

Outstanding Indie Crime Fiction author award to LM Krier for consistent and prolific writing of excellent crime fiction

The following books were all published in 2019

Outstanding Indie Publisher of the year award to Karen Sullivan for consistency and prolific publishing of outstanding Crime Fiction and Mystery reads

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