Recent additions to my to-read list

That Artsy Reader Girl has hosted Top Ten Tuesday since January of 2018. This is a fun meme with specific topics each week. If you like to make lists and talk about books be sure to check it out.

The topic this week is one I’ve tweaked a bit. Instead of my most recent additions these are recent, but also the most likely ones I’ll read in the next few months! Not all the books I buy get read so quickly!

Fantasy

Dead Man Walking by Simon Green (ebook, purchased)

I read the first book in this series in 2018. Ishmael Jones is a unique character so I want to read more about him!

Mysteries

Fractured Truth by Susan Furlong (library book)

This is a hardback book (no digital formats available at my library), but hopefully I will get it read anyway since I really liked the first book in the series.

Brick and Mortality by Ann Granger (ebook, purchased)

I just read the first two books in this series and liked them so I bought the third book in the series since the price for the ebook is very good.

The Weight of Silence by Heather Gudenkauf (audiobook, purchased)

I bought this in the recent Audible sale. I read my first Heather Gudenkauf book last year and am eager to read another.

Burning Ridge by Margaret Mizushima (audiobook, purchased)

The library doesn’t have this in a digital format so I used one of my Audible credits

Death Distilled by Melinda Mullett (ebook, purchased)

I read the first book in this series and really liked it so when this book was on sale I grabbed it.

Science Fiction

Stars Uncharted by S.K. Dunstall (audiobook, purchased)

Another Audible credit for this book. I love the Linesman series by S.K. Dunstall.

The Calculating Stars by Mary Robinette Kowal (audiobook, purchased)

I used an Audible credit to get this book since it’s one I’ve wanted to read since it was published last summer.

And the Rest is History by Jodi Taylor (ebook, purchased)

This is one of my favorite series and I hadn’t bought the last three books in the series. Since the price is very reasonable I bought the last three books.

The Expert System’s Brother by Adrian Tchaikovsky (ebook, purchased)

This was inexpensive and Sarah @ Brainfluff gave a good review for this book. Also I haven’t read any of Adrian Tchaikovsky’s books.

What books have you added to your to-read list lately?