Books I hope to read during Fall 2019

Mysteries, Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, Time Travel–all for this fall!

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These are books I hope to read during the fall of 2019. I have more than ten books because some of these books are books coming out this fall and some of the books are ones I already own or that Iā€™m getting from the library.

Most of my choices are from favorite series or authors whom I’ve already read at least one book.

Books coming out during Fall 2019

The Long Call by Ann Cleeves, Two Rivers #1 (Mystery, Police Procedural)

Christmas Cow Bells by Mollie Cox Bryan, Buttermilk Creek #1 (Cozy Mystery, Christmas)

A Bitter Feast by Deborah Crombie, Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James #18 (Mystery, Police Procedural)

Blind Search by Paula Munier, Mercy & Elvis Mysteries #2 (Mystery)

Dead Blow by Lisa Preston, Horseshoer Mystery #2 (Mystery)

False Value by Ben Aaronovitch, Rivers of London #8 (Urban Fantasy)

TBR Books

Poor Man’s Flight by Elliott Kay, Poor Man’s Flight #1 (Science Fiction, Military Science Fiction)

Last Boat to Camden Town by Paul Charles, Detective Inspector Christy Kennedy #1 (Mystery)

Please Don’t Feed the Mayor by Sue Pethick (Mystery)

The Chalk Pit by Elly Griffiths, Ruth Galloway #9 (Mystery)

No Time Like the Past by Jodi Taylor, The Chronicles of St. Mary’s #5 (Science Fiction, Time Travel)

Lies Sleeping by Ben Aaronovitch, Rivers of London #7 (Urban Fantasy)

What books are you hoping to read this fall?

Author: Jan

I love to read--especially mysteries, science fiction and fantasy. I also love blogging, photography, gardening, playing Mah Jonng, reading with a cat on my lap, throwing a ball for a dog, creating cards to send to family and friends, reading book blogs, using my computer.

13 thoughts on “Books I hope to read during Fall 2019”

  1. Ann Cleeves and Elly Griffiths are two of my favorite authors. I’m not completely caught up with the Ruth Galloway series, yet, but am in love with it. I can’t wait to see your thoughts on The Chalk Pit.


    1. Ann Cleeves and Elly Griffiths are two of my favorite authors, too! I have been saving books in the Ruth Galloway series so I don’t run out before she writes a new one.

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      1. Oh, I know the feeling. I try not to get too far into the series. It’s at least a year sometimes between her books.


  2. I have an ARC of Christmas Cow Bells and Blind Search. I am slating November as mystery month so hopefully I’ll knock them both out of the way. I love Sue Pethick’s books and there are a few of her titles I still need to read. I loved Please Don’t Feed the Mayor though. I remember adding Dead Blow to my wishlist after seeing it here first. Looks like we both have some good reading ahead!


    1. The Ruth Galloway series so good. I haven’t read any of her other books, but will have to do that when I run out of Galloway books!


  3. Each book in the Ruth Galloway series is a complete story, but there is an ongoing arc that begins in the very first book and is continuing throughout the books I’ve read so far. I think you would miss a lot of enjoyment this series can give you if you don’t start with book 1, Kimberly. The Crossing Places (book 1) is also quite atmospheric since Ruth Galloway “lives alone in a bleak, remote area of Norfolk.”


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