Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl
This week its exploring any kind of genre that takes our eye.
I have chosen what loosely might be termed general/women’s fiction and could be both contemporary or historical. These are all actual print books I have sitting on my TBR waiting to be read.
The Life You Left. Carmel Harrington. Her husband leaves for work and doesn’t return.
The Hope Chest. Viola Shipman. Mattie has ALS and Don her husband of fifty years can’t imagine life without her. The discovery of a hope chest unveils some precious memories.
Bad Behaviour. Liz Byrski. Zoö in Freemantle, Julia in London. These two women made choices back in 1968 that shaped their future pathways.
The Tea Chest. Josephine Moon. Three women come together to realise a vision of a tea shop in London. It may fail and they may need to look at what is important to each.
Grown Ups. Marion Keyes. About a family – the Caseys who are a large family until one gets concussion and spills some secrets – leaves them wondering if its time to grow up.
The Sweet Taste of Muscadines.. Pamela Terry. When their mother dies Lila and Henry return home and start to uncover some shocking secrets that overturns their family history as they know it.
Wish You Were Here. Jodi Picoult. A woman is stranded in the islands of Galapagos and as she faces dangers she finds she is evolving into someone different. She breaks down years of estrangement with her mother, takes the initiative in her profession and looks and her partner Finn.
The Reading List. Sara Nisha Adams. When Aleisha discovers a crumpled reading list in a tattered library book it sparks an extraordinary journey.
Someone Else’s Shoes. Jodi Moyes. Sam and Nisha mix up their bags at the gym, each has quite different shoes in them and both of them must use what’s there.
The Last Summer. Karen Swan. Set in the 1930’s and goes from a remote Scottish Island to a position on an Estate in the mainland. There is murder and mystery and relationship involved.
If you have read any of these let me know. If not do you know a book that could easily be added to this list?