Books I’m Looking Forward to in June 2012


I’m about to finish reading Until Thy Wrath Be Past (MacLehose – Quercus, 2011) by Åsa Larsson and will tackle next:

  • I Will Have Vengeance, by Maurizio de Giovanni
  • River of Shadows, by Valerio Varesi
  • Absolute Zero Cool, by Declan Burke
  • Blood Land, by Alan Glynn
  • The Rage, by Gene Kerrigan
  • The Black Path, by Åsa Larsson

Not necessarily in that order.

I was expecting to buy The Dark Valley, but will wait until the price of the book/ebook becomes affordable. Currently it’s price above € 13.50, free delivery and I don’t think its worth to pay that price. I plan to buy instead:

  • The Cold, Cold Ground, by Adrian McKinty
  • The Drop, by Michael Connelly
  • The Nameless Dead, by Brian McGilloway
  • The Impossible Dead, by Ian Rankin

Stay tuned.

4 thoughts on “Books I’m Looking Forward to in June 2012”

  1. José Ignacio – Oh, I hope you’ll like The Black Path. Of course, I am biased, because I really enjoy this series. But I do recommend it. And I’m looking forward to hearing what you think of The Cold, Cold Ground and The Nameless Dead. Oh, and of course The Drop. Yes, you’ve got quite a fine list of upcoming reads I think.

  2. Some very good planning choices there, Jose Ignacio! The Dark Valley will be a lot cheaper when in paperback (next year?) and one I found a bit disappointing compared with some of the others on your list.

    1. That’s what I was thinking Maxine. Maybe after reading last year River of Shadows I’ll change my mind, but it seems quite unlikely given the reviews I’ve seen already..

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