BOOKS I READ IN OCTOBER✨October Wrap Up
8 Books To Read This October
woman&home books editor, Fanny Blake, shares eight fantastic new books you won’t want to put down this month…
Today Will Be Different by Maria Semple (W&N)
the day Eleanor Flood resolves to improve her life in all areas,
everything possible goes wrong and sabotages her resolutions – from her
bullied son to her missing husband, and a visitor from the past. Wild, wacky and fun.
Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood (Hogarth)
In this inspired and witty reimagining of The Tempest, dismissed theatre director Felix Phillip teaches Shakespeare in a men’s prison, and plans to stageThe Tempestas a vehicle for his revenge.
The Devil’s Feast by MJ Carter (Fig Tree)
1842. The prestigious Reform Club is desperate to cover up a gruesome
death in its premises. Captain William Avery is appointed to discover if
there’s been foul play. I love this mystery series – it just gets
better and better.
The Power by Naomi Alderman (Viking)
women develop the power to electrocute people at will, killing them if
necessary, the world looks a very different place. If you enjoy Margaret
Atwood’s dystopian fiction, this strong, substantial novel is for you.
Thin Air by Michelle Paver (Orion)
A mountaineering attempt on Kanchenjunga in the footsteps of an earlier expedition is fraught with superstition and terror. As the tension mounts so does the overwhelming dread. Chilling in every sense.
Out of Bounds by Val McDermid (Little Brown)
DNA of a teenage joyrider may hold the key to a 20-year-old unsolved
murder. DCI Karen Pirie is on the case. A thrilling, convoluted plot
twister that shows McDermid is dubbed “Queen of Crime” for good reason.
French Rhapsody by Antoine Laurain (Gallic)
Alain Massoulier receives a letter 33 years too late, offering his
erstwhile band a recording contract. Overcome with nostalgia, he sets
out to track down his former co-musicians. Witty, nostalgic – I was
The Travelling Bag by Susan Hill (Profile)
Four ghostly stories revolving round a disappearing research assistant, a strange new colleague, a charitable act and a lonely boy. Susan Hill proves yet again that she really is the master of the supernatural.
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