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Books I am Most Likely to Read from the Modern Mrs Darcy Summer Reading Guide 2020

The Modern Mrs Darcy Summer Reading Guide 2020 is out. Here are my picks.

book cover Well mainly because I picked it up at NetGalley so I now have it to read and review.  It’s a complicated family story and I enjoy those.




book cover This was already on my TBR. Yes its another WW2 book. But I’ve already read a brief short story of this woman who was a spy in France. She was born in New Zealand and grew up in Australia. So that’s all the read on I need.

book cover This is another historical fiction book. It’s set in England just after WW2. A group of disparate people come together to save Jane Austen’s home and legacy. Sounds interesting.

book cover A romance writer who no longer believes in love. And a literary writer who happily kill of his cast. Hmm they meet and what happens next?

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This is a mystery set in Cape Cod. And includes friendship, family and figuring out what matters most. I could give that a whirl.




I already had one other on my reading plan and I have already read another. I may try some others but on the whole not that many appealed to me as much as they did last year.


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13 thoughts on “Books I am Most Likely to Read from the Modern Mrs Darcy Summer Reading Guide 2020”

  1. Those all sound good! I’ve been hearing a lot about the new Ariel Lawhon (she’s a past Booktopia author). I’ll have to take a look at the rest of the list – I love her podcast!

    Don’t forget that Big Book Summer (Winter, for you) Challenge is starting up this Friday, so take a look through your shelves and see if you have any 400+ pagers to enjoy!


    Book By Book

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  2. I love her list every year. It’s nice to see that she added some picks that I’ve been seeing everywhere, as well as some others that are lesser known. I thought Big Summer was perfect for this list!

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    1. Yes Big Summer looks interesting. Tried to comment on your blog but couldn’t get logged in to comment. So here it is “Nice looking book from Fedrik Backman. Your 5 star book sounds great and I can see how it would be riveting.”


  3. I’m planning to read Musical Chairs next week and have The Jane Austen Society on my wish list. My summer list was already full so, while its nice to browse summer lists, I tend not to join in on anything more active than that. I hope you have a nice weekend, Kathryn.

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