The Story So Far – November 2022

Okay, for various reasons I’m having to set this post up before the end of November, so when I refer to books read in November, I mean up till today, which is the 28th.

I read fifteen books in November, taking my total for the year so far to one hundred and forty six titles, and none of the newly read made my Top Twenty list. Terror Tales of London edited by Paul Finch was the title that came closest to making the cut, but couldn’t quite knock Tom Fletcher off the bottom spot.

The list remains the same as for last month:-

Look Where You Are Going Not Where You Have Been – Steven J. Dines

The Blackhouse – Carole Johnstone

The Dollmaker – Nina Allan

Mirrorland – Carole Johnstone

Lies of Tenderness – Stephen Volk

All That’s Lost – Ray Cluley

And Then I Woke Up – Malcolm Devlin

The Killing Lessons – Saul Black

This Isn’t Anywhere You Know – Gary McMahon

Sorrowmouth – Simon Avery

The Shadow Man – Helen Fields

Scar Tissue – James Cooper

The Whisper Man – Alex North

Ormeshadow – Priya Sharma

Electric Breakfast – Paul Meloy

The Shadow Friend – Alex North

True Story – Kate Reed Petty

Triflers Need Not Apply – Camilla Bruce

You Can Run – Steve Mosby

Witch Bottle – Tom Fletcher

N.B. These rankings are not intended as noting literary merit – only an expression of how much pleasure each of these books gave me. And, of course, the whole process is highly subjective – at any other time my ratings might be entirely different.

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