After reading 140 books this year I have now got my top 20 for 2016 and boy was this hard a hard one to decide after reading so many good books. My top 20 is listed in order that I have read them from Goodreads…..where would I be without that app!! I would would like to say a massive thank you to everyone that has supported me this year. Happy reading peeps.

The Girl In The Ice by Robert Bryndza

BLOQ by Alan Jones

Shut Up and Drive: DI Ted Darling Book 4 by L.M Krier

Where The Dead Walk by John Bowen

See How They Run by Tom Bale

In The Shadows Tara Lyons

Mickey Take by Steven Hayward

Deadly Deceit By Jean Harrod

Death Sentence by Sheryl Browne

Baby Doll by Hollie Overton

The Optician’s Wife by Betsy Reavley

Ruthless By Kerry Barnes

The Hangman’s Hitch by Donna Maria McCarthy

Clever Deception by M.A.Comley & Linda S Prather

12 thoughts on “TOP 20 BEST READS OF 2016

  1. Wow! Some incredible books on that list! And thank you so much for including Invisible! What a great way to end 2016 🙂 xx


  2. I suspect you have not heard of “The Wake- What Jeremiah Did Next’ by Colm Herron otherwise its sheer entertainment value would have pressed itself into your list. x


  3. I can't believe I'm in such talented company! THANK YOU SO MUCH, Shell for your fab review and including Death Sentence in your TOP TWENTY! I'm just so thrilled … you made 2016 a good one!! 🙂 Happy 2017, lovely!


  4. Over the moon to be listed in your top 20, Shell. Thank you so much for including me, and for your wonderful review of Deadly Deceit. What a lovely New Year gift xx


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