- When Beauty Tamed the Beast – Eloisa James. I’m a sucker for a couple things in my choice of books: Snappy book titles and plays on fairy tales. And yes, sometimes if there’s a bodice ripping or some smut involved, I’m even more enamored.
- This one is a classic mystery – The House at Satan’s Elbow – first published in 1965 by John Dickson Carr. I chose this one to be a TBR for a few reasons … first off, the cover. I love the classic minimalism of books from the 60s and 70s. Secondly – the title. Zing! Third – a classic mystery. To be a successful writer, one must study the craft.
- Where the Dead Lie by C.S. Harris – Again, a plethora of things going for this one … a snappy title and be still my heart! This is book #12 in a series. Twelve is a nice, bingeworthy number of books.
- Nick Cave. I just talked about Mr. Cave’s music and tragedy the other day. And the Ass Saw the Angel is his only novel. Looking forward to acquiring a copy of this.
What’s on your TBR list?