December Book Haul

Hi everyone,

I’m tentatively returning to the blog after Christmas and New Year, and what better place to start than with all of the books that I got during December. If you’re new to this book haul post, these are books that I have bought, ARC’S, Netgalley and review copies during the previous month!

So, December. I was doing so well early on! I hadn’t got that many books, and then all of a sudden BOOM!!! Books, everywhere!!! So without further ado, here are all of the lovely books that I got in December…

  1. Every Time A Bell Rings by Carmel Harrington
  2. Rupture by Ragnar JΓ³nasson
  3. Blood Money by Doug Richardson
  4. The Missing by Caroline Eriksson
  5. The Deep Blue Goodbye by John D. McDonald
  6. Black Fridays by Michael Sears
  7. The Unseeing by Anna Mazzola
  8. The Bone Field by Simon Kernick
  9. The One by John Marrs
  10. The Owl Always Hunts At Night by Samuel Bjork
  11. Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
  12. The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman
  13. I Am Death by Chris Carter
  14. Kill The Father by Sandrone Dazieri
  15. Tennison by Lynda LaPlante
  16. Deep Down Dead by Steph Broadribb
  17. The Dry by Jane Harper
  18. My Sister by Michelle Adams
  19. Boundary by Andree A Michaud
  20. Sparkle Shot by Lina Chern
  21. Jeopardy Surface by Sheri Leigh Horn
  22. When We Go Missing by Kristen Twardowski
  23. The Truth Will Out by Brian Cleary
  24. American Gods by Neil Gaiman
  25. Fellside by M. R. Carey
  26. The Secret by Katerina Diamond
  27. The Vanished by Lotte and Soren Hammer
  28. Slash; The Autobiography by Slash
  29. This Savage Song by V. E. Schwab
  30. Defender by G X Todd
  31. The Girl In The Ice by Lotte and Soren Hammer
  32. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
  33. The Father by Anto Svensson
  34. The Falling Detective by Christoffer Carlsson
  35. Chaos by Patricia Cornwell
  36. Duskfall by Christopher Husberg
  37. Kill File by Christopher Farnsworth
  38. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King
  39. In The Darkness by Karin Fossum
  40. The Fallen by Michael Wood

And there you have it, with pictures too πŸ™‚

Have you read any of these? Any that stand out for you? Do let me know in the comments below!


29 thoughts on “December Book Haul

      1. Yes it is, and I’m trying to do lots of things at once and I’d just emailed somebody about Little Sister by Isabel Ashdown so I think my mind was all muddled up. It doesn’t take much, you know.

  1. Fantastic! I’ve only read a couple (The Missing, This Savage Song, Fellside) also dipping in and out of the Stephen King one since last year but don’t seem to be able to make much headway with it (does that sentence even make sense) – currently very much enjoying my returned reading mojo and can’t read quick enough! That Alice Feeney book looks intriguing, and the My Sister one!

  2. Hi looking at your list I have read one (I Am Death by Chris Carter). I think there are at least two on my to read list, as of today I have read 0 pages of 0 books this year, not read anything since my op in October to be honest.

    1. I spotted that about The Missing yesterday! I don’t mind though as it’s a bought book so there’s no pressure to read it! The Dry was good, I wasn’t blown away by it though! My review will be up on the 13th of Jan!

  3. I’ve also got Deep Down Dead and Rupture for their blog tours this month.

    Like you I’ve had trouble reading recently, struggled to finish anything and wasn’t interested in picking up any books. I tried one people are raving about, made it about 20 pages and haven’t touched it since so I ignored books for a week, did other things and just didn’t think about them and am now whizzing through my current read with no problems at all. Hoping it’s not just a one off!

    Hopefully your reading mojo will come back soon, maybe doing this post will help.

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