Best books I’ve read so far in 2018
Another year has gone by. Last year, I made a blog post about the best books I’ve read a few months ago you can read it here. Six months have already gone by from the start of the year time is flying fast. Without further ado here are my top five best books I’ve read so far.
Disclaimer, not all books I list here are all from this year.
The Woman Next Door By Crass Green
First, on the list of the best books I’ve read so far 2018. Read this one at the beginning of this year and I enjoyed this rather domestic thriller about two women who couldn’t be more different. Hester is a sixty-year-old living alone with her dog. Melissa is her young, glamorous neighbor. Once, they had been friends but not anymore until murder, ties the women back together. Read the review here.
Finished this recently, and I enjoyed this tale of girl meets boy. They fall in love but everything takes a dark twisted turn when girl meets the boy’s mother. Pam, the mother doesn’t like the girl, Emily. Pam prepared to do anything so Emily will stay out of the picture, but what’s the truth? Review here.
The Widow by Fiona Burton
Another on the on the list of the best books I’ve read so far 2018. Jean Taylor is questioned by the police about the disappearance of a little girl which her husband is a suspect of adopting and killing. Jean was busy being the perfect wife, supporting her husband. Now, her husband is dead, and she doesn’t have to be her anymore. There is a lot she had said but what about now? There are people who want to hear her story. Not for the faint of heart as it deals with Paedophilia.
The Silent Victim By Caroline Mitchell
Emma a loving wife, devoted mother, and a killer. For years, she had been hiding a body of her teacher who seduced her as a teen. Her husband Alex gets promoted and they have to move and buyers are lining up to buy their house. She can’t leave the body there for the new buyers to find only when she digs up a grave she finds empty.
Last one the on the list of the best books I’ve read so far 2018 A touching, sweet tale of a fifteen year Christopher Boon he has Asperger syndrome. He doesn’t like to be touched; yellow and brown are colors he despises. He likes primary numbers. We see the world through this boy’s eyes and the chapters are in primary number, which adds a nice touch. When he finds his neighbor’s dog stabbed with a fork, it flips his world up and side down and wants to find to who killed the dog.
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