We’re at that time of the year again. As it is with each year, it appears to be getting harder and harder to choose a top ten as the books I’ve read, continue to be phenomenally good. So far this year I’ve read 105 books and I’ve already read some excellent books that will be publishing in 2023 which I can’t wait to talk about closer to their publication dates. There’s a couple more books I’m hoping to finish before the year is out. This will be my last post of the year but I will be back in 2023 with more book reviews and I can’t wait to see what the New Year has in store.
So without any further ado, here are my top ten reads of 2022. In no particular order.
Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister
This is such a clever novel by Gillian McAllister and I really enjoyed it.You can read my full review of Wrong Place Wrong Time by clicking here.
Truly Darkly Deeply by Victoria Selman
Truly Darkly Deeply was one of my most anticipated reads of the year and it did not disappoint. You can read my full review by clicking here.
The Guilty Couple by C.L. Taylor
I’m a huge C.L. Taylor fan but her latest book I think is definitely one of her best yet. You can read my full review of The Guilty Couple by clicking here.
Off Target by Eve Smith
I love Eve Smith’s futuristic thrillers and her writing is so addictive. You can read my full review of Off Target by clicking here.
The Shot by Sarah Sultoon
Sarah Sultoon tackles some tough topics in her novels but her books are so gripping and I’ve found both of her books to be powerful reads. You can read my full review of The Shot by clicking here.
The Clockwork Girl by Anna Mazzola
This is the first book by Anna Mazzola that I’ve read and I can see I’ve been missing out. I loved her writing and how she created the eighteenth century Paris setting. You can read my full review of The Clockwork Girl by clicking here.
Into the Dark by Fiona Cummins
Fiona Cummins’ books have always made it into my top ten. She is such a phenomenal writer. You can read my full review of Into the Dark by clicking here.
The Girls Who Disappeared by Claire Douglas
The Girls Who Disappeared is a really creepy read by Claire Douglass and I loved it. You can read my full review by clicking here.
Twelve Secrets by Robert Gold
I flew through Twelve Secrets by Robert Gold. You can read my full review by clicking here.
If you love a political thriller then you need to read Sarah Vaughan’s latest book, Reputation. You can read my full review by clicking here.
That’s all from me for this year. I hope you have a brilliant Christmas if you celebrate, and a happy and healthy 2023.