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1. Lone Wolf by Jodi Picoult
Jodi Picoult is one of my all time favorite authors, and I love her even more because she’s a local author. According to Goodreads (and my memory about what I read in middle/high school) I’ve read 12 of her books. I still have plenty to go, Lone Wolf being just one of them. Eventually I will own and read them all. Lone Wolf is one of her back list titles that is highest on my Picoult TBR.
2. Every Last Lie by Mary Kubica
This is the only one of Kubica’s novels that I haven’t read. I’ve owned a copy since it was released, but just haven’t been able to squeeze it in. I’ll probably add it to my audio lineup at some point.
3. Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo
I have read the entire GrishaVerse trilogy and Six of Crows and loved each one of them. I’m determined to read Crooked Kingdom before the end of the year.
4. Creep by Jennifer Hillier
I stumbled upon Hillier a few years ago and was so glad that I did. I’ve read three of her novels and have heard great things about the Creep duology so I’ve been meaning to go back and read both as well.
5. No One Knows by J.T. Ellison
After reading and loving Lie to Me last year, I bought No One Knows from Book Outlet, but haven’t had time for it. Since I devoured Tear Me Apart recently, I’m even more excited to read this one.
6. The Shadow Tracer by Meg Gardiner
The Unsub series is one of my absolute favorite new series. I’m obsessed with Gardiner’s gritty, dark writing and have been meaning to check out more of her work. The Shadow Tracer is just one of the other stand alone novels she has written in the past.
7. The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter
With how much I loved Pretty Girls, I figure I can’t go wrong with any Slaughter novel. Somehow I have’t read any other yet though, and I’m determined to change this ASAP.
8. Silent Lies by Kathryn Croft is the only novel (besides the newest one not yet released) that I haven’t read. I’ve loved all of her thrillers and this book is high on my wish list.
9. Still Missing by Chevy Stevens is one of the many Stevens’ novels that I impulsively bought all at once after reading a few of her book blurbs. I’ve listened to two or three of her books on audio, but this is one that my library didn’t have. I haven’t checked to see if Scribd has it or not.
10. Carrie by Stephen King is one of the many King novels I still need to read. I’ve seen the original movie, and never thought I’d go back and read the book, but now that I’ve fallen in love with his writing, I figured I needed to give it a shot.
I have to mention that I was impressed to learn that I’ve read all of the books currently available from many of the authors that I consider favorites. I’ve read each one of the books written by Gillian Flynn, Ruth Ware, Charlie Donlea, Riley Sager (under his pen name), Clare Mackintosh and B.A. Paris. I’m looking forward to new releases from each and every one of them.