On My Wish List

“So Much to Read, So Little Time!”


During the last six months I’ve added the following titles to my wish list (in no particular order)

  1. Friends and Traitors (Inspector Troy series) by John Lawton
  2. Killed (Henning Juul) by Thomas Enger, Kari Dickson (Translator)
  3. Whiteout (Dark Iceland) by Ragnar Jónasson, Quentin Bates (Translator)
  4. A Necessary Evil by Abir Mukherjee
  5. Watch Her Disappear (Zigic & Ferreira 4) by Eva Dolan
  6. The Pallampur Predicament: A Superintendent Le Fanu Mystery (Superintendent Le Fanu Mystery Series Book 2) by Brian Stoddart
  7. Weeping Waters by Karin Brynard, Isobel Dixon (Translator)
  8. On the Java Ridge by Jock Serong
  9. The Shadow District by Arnaldur Indridason, Victoria Cribb (Translator)
  10. The House by Simon Lelic
  11. The Thirst: Harry Hole 11 by Jo Nesbo, Neil Smith (Translator)
  12. The Force by Don Winslow
  13. Robicheaux: You Know My Name (Dave Robicheaux) by James Lee Burke
  14. The Long Drop: A Novel (Alex Morrow Novels) by Denise Mina
  15. Greeks Bearing Gifts (A Bernie Gunther Novel) by Philip Kerr
  16. Zen and the Art of Murder: A Black Forest Investigation I (The Black Forest Investigations Book 1) by Oliver Bottini, Jamie Bulloch (Translator)
  17. The City of Lies (Stefan Gillespie Book 4) by Michael Russell
  18. This Is What Happened by Mick Herron
  19. Cuando sale la reclusa by Fred Vargas, Anne-Hélène Suárez Girard (Translator)
  20. La transparencia del tiempo (Serie Mario Conde) by Leonardo Padura
  21. Defectors: A Novel by Joseph Kanon
  22. A Legacy of Spies by John le Carré

Is there any title that piques your interest?

8 thoughts on “On My Wish List”

  1. Oh, you have some excellent novels there, José Ignacio. I wouldn’t know which book to choose first!

  2. I thoroughly enjoyed A Necessary Evil, and The Long Drop was my crime fiction Book of the Year last year – a brilliant evocation of that period in Glasgow’s history. Hope you enjoy them both – and all the others!

  3. I know I have A Legacy of Spies that I need to read. Thanks for the reminder.

    Have you read most of the series featuring Robicheaux by James Lee Burke?

  4. Oh you tempter Jose Ignacio! I didn’t even know there was a new Mick Herron coming, and you’ve reminded me of the John le Carre, and I always like John Lawton and Don Winslow…
    I don’t need to expand my TBR or my wishlist any further…

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