The top 11 Books to read in July 2017

Here are

The top 11 books I plan to read
in July!

 Click on the covers to know more

CURRENTLY READING

Madeleine Project   Murder in the forbidden city
Oswald 

paradise-lost    Regard du Ressuscité

The Madeleine Project
= for France Book Tours
Murder in the Forbidden City
= received for review. sounds different
Oswald
= the last book that was
“taking the dust” on my Netgalley shelf!
Paradise Lost

= half done
Regard du Ressuscité
= unique Orthodox book in French on icons

READING NEXT

  Bonjour Kale cover    A Great Reckoning

Coffin Road    The Shadow Land

Bonjour Kale
= for France Book Tours.
NB: there are still a few spots available
for this tour!
A Great Reckoning
= catching up before upcoming book in the series
Coffin Road
= didn’t I get it at Book Expo 2016??
I did, I know, I know…
The Shadow Land
= maybe.
I have enjoyed several books by Kostova,
but hesitating on this one.
What do you think?


CURRENT AND NEXT AUDIOBOOKS

   Casebook  homme aux cercles bleus

The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
= I just have a few stories to finish my
all Sherlock Holmes audio project.
Alas, couldn’t find this one with Simon Prebble
L’homme aux cercles bleus
(The Chalk Circle Man)
= thrilled to finally check the first book
in this amazing series by THE lady of French thrillers
Eiffel Tower Orange

HAVE YOU READ
OR ARE YOU PLANNING TO READ
ANY OF THESE?
WHAT ARE YOUR READING PLANS FOR JUNE?

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17 thoughts on “The top 11 Books to read in July 2017

  1. I’m not on the Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, yet. I’m in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, but I am also listening to the audiobooks. I’m so in love with them! Happy Reading. 🙂

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        • I know we are so so fortunate with public libraries in the US. and it shows in the online catalog when they have purchased a book. if they have not, they often follow your suggestion and buy it. otherwise anyway, you can borrow any book or cd or dvd for free as long as it is somewhere in the same state of Illinois. otherwise it costs $5 if they have to borrow it from another state.

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          • $5 is pretty reasonable – a lot cheaper than buying the book yourself. We can request from out of the area libraries too though it requires the librarians to do a lot of phoning around and calling in favours. But then its free

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          • actually, I have never done it, as most of the books I have to request because they are not in my library network are religious nonfiction (my library network has 7 huge libraries, so all the novels are there basically), and there are several large theological seminaries and universities in Illinois, so one usually has what I need.

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  2. Isn’t the Madeline Project interesting? I’ve never read a book with Twitter posts and photos in it before, which makes her story just pop. I, too, want to read The Shadow Land. (I enjoyed her first book so much I’ve read it twice!)

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    • The Madeleine Project was fantastic, and it got great reviews during the tour I organized for it.
      I loved a lot The Historian. The Swan Thieves was very good too. I have not been able to start yet this one, hopefully in August!

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  3. Pingback: 2017: July wrap-up | Words And Peace

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