Books On My TBR That I Think Will Be 5 Stars Reads

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday theme is all about the books we want to read and think will be 5 star reads. Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish but is currently being run by That Artsy Reader Girl. A theme is assigned every Tuesday, and I will hopefully be discussing it with you here each week.

This week’s theme wasn’t too hard to choose, as I think most of us put books on our lists that we hope will be 5 star reads. Really, if you didn’t think you would love it would you actually read it? So here are the books I have on this year’s list that I think will be stellar reads.

 

  1. The Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
  2. Behind Closed Doors by BA Paris
  3. The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
  4. Greenglass House by Kate Milford
  5. Murder Is Bad Manners by Robin Stevens
  6. Buried In a Book by Lucy Arlington
  7. Book, Line and Sinker by Jenn McKinlay
  8. The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett
  9. By Book Or By Crook by Eva Gates
  10. The Cracked Spine by Paige Shelton

If you participated in this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, be sure and leave a link in the comments below and I’ll check them out!

19 thoughts on “Books On My TBR That I Think Will Be 5 Stars Reads

  1. Very unusual theme and interesting to see your choices. Two from my own TBR pile, (which is mirroring the tower of pisa somewhat), that spring to mind immediately are Not Saying Goodbye by Boris Akunin and Death of Jezebel by Christianna Brand (I have been hunting for a reasonably priced copy of this books for years, so I was pleased to get a copy).

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      1. Yes it definitely gives you a sense of achievement. With the book in question I have seen copies being sold for over £1000 or slightly more sensibly £100+ so this was a very pleasing find. The other book I have been hunting for ages is Delano Ames’ She Wouldn’t Say. I have seen one English copy online in all the time I have been looking. Annoyingly it is the last one I need to complete a series!

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