Reading wise this month has been a great start to the new year. I've decided to not do the Popsugar reading challenge this year as the prompts just don't interest me. I have however set myself a goal to read 75 books. I've read six books this month which I feel is a great start.

Bibliophile by Jane Mount
Stuart actually gifted me this book for my 30th last June. It's such a beautiful illustrated book with many book recommendations and information. Although I've read it all in one go it's one of them coffee table style books that is great for dipping in and out of. I'll definitely be referring back to it often.

Someone We Know by Shari Lapena 
Maybe you don't know your neighbors as well as you thought you did . . .
A mystery/thriller where a teenage boy is breaking into houses. A woman down the street is murdered with suspicions mounting and tension meeting breaking point. Who killed her? Who knows more than they are telling? 

The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley
A group of friends celebrate new year's eve together in the wilderness of the Loch Corrin Estate in Scotland. In the wild climate the group reminisce, go deer stalking, and hide friendship-destroying secrets, secrets that set a razor-sharp sequence of events in motion, culminating with a broken body in the snow.

Then She Vanishes by Claire Douglas
Flora has her whole life ahead of her until she vanishes. Her sister Heather is a good girl until years later she kills two people. But did she actually kill them? Jess who was once friend to them both who is now a journalist is called to investigate the crime. She starts to wonder if she ever really did know them both at all.

Firefly Lane By Kristin Hannah 
Soon to be on Netflix I knew I had to give this a read before the series is released.  It's 1974 and Kate Mularkey makes friends with coolest girl in the world who has moved in across the street. During the summer they become best of friends Tullyandkate are inseparable. For 30 years Tully and Kate buoy each other through life. Until one act of betrayal tears them apart. Which puts there courage and friendship to the test.
Fly Away by Kristin Hannah 
I can't really say much about this book without giving anything away. You definitely need to read Firefly Lane first as this is after what happens in the first book.

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