Monthly Round Up – November & December 2017

Eagle-eyed followers of Compulsive Readers will notice I didn’t do a post about my November and December reads as I was too busy putting together my Top Ten of 2017 – so below is a list of all books I read, loved, reviewed and recommended during  November and December.

November Books Read:

  1. Sweet Little Lies – Caz Frear – This was a book chosen by TBC as part of our book of the month – It’s a cracking debut – original, pacy and gripping and highly recommended – read my full review here
  2. The Chalk Man – CJ Tudor – One of the best suspense thrillers I’ve read for a long time – read my full review here
  3. My Little Eye – Stephanie Marland – The start of a brilliant new series with fascinating characters and a really twisted serial killer – read my full review here
  4. The Missing Girl – Jenny Quintana – An atmospheric and well written book which will get under your skin – read my full review here


December Books Read:

  1. Let Me Lie – Clare Mackintosh – The hotly anticipated new book by the author of one of my all time favourite psychological thrillers I Let You Go – read my full review here
  2. Mother – SE Lynes – Another book chosen by TBC as Book of the Month – the second book by SE Lynes and it’s another dark and very disturbing psychological thriller – read my full review here
  3. We Were Liars – E Lockhart – The most dysfunctional family EVER – read my full NO SPOILERS review here
  4. Dark Pines – Will Dean – Atmospheric, creepy, tense and dark and you can read why it went straight into my Top Ten of 2017 here
  5. The Fourth Monkey – JD Barker – Graphic, gory, gripping and a totally BRILLIANT thriller – read my full review here
  6. The Night Visitor – Lucy Atkins – An atmospheric, sometimes claustrophobic creepy psychological thriller which will get deep under your skin (especially if you don’t like beetles). Read my full review here
  7. An Evil Mind – Chris Carter – The 6th book in the Robert Hunter series and this doesn’t disappoint – read my full review here
  8. Little Deaths – Emma Flint – a thought-provoking tale of prejudice, morality and is a wonderful debut novel.  Read my full review here



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