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About my libraryMy top fiction books are for 2013 were in no particular order!

Life after Life by Kate Atkinson
A Deadly Cambodian Crime Spree by Shamini Flint
Human Remains by Elizabeth Haynes
The Humans by Matt Haig
Inceptio by Alison Morton
The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith
The Mummyfesto by Linda Green
Just One Damned Thing after Another by Jodi Taylor
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
Mad About the Boy - Bridget Jones by Helen Fielding

GroupsBCF, British & Irish Crime Fiction, Early Reviewers, Fforde Ffans, Historical Fiction

Favorite authorsKate Atkinson, M. C. Beaton, Simon Beckett, Sharon Bolton, Simon Brett, Kalisha Buckhanon, Chris Cleave, Ann Cleeves, Jilly Cooper, Colin Cotterill, Judith Cutler, Ruth Downie, Ben Elton, Jasper Fforde, Shamini Flint, Diana Norman, Neil Gaiman, Tess Gerritsen, Susanna Gregory, Sophie Hannah, Susan Hill, John Irving, Marshall Karp, Alex Kava, Marian Keyes, Val McDermid, Richard Montanari, Deanna Raybourn, Imogen Robertson, Edward Rutherfurd, C. J. Sansom, Karin Slaughter, Rosy Thornton, P. J. Tracy, L.C. Tyler, Neil White (Shared favorites)

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Hi Louise,
My challenge for you is The Rose of Sebastopol.

I enjoyed it - hope you do too!

Thanks,
Cheryl
How does 'One Day in September' by Simon Reeve sound for your challenge?
A new challenge for you: An Expert in Murder by Nicola Upson. Beth x
Out of all your books how did I manage that! Will rechallenge you later.
Thank you for the challenge, sounds like a good read.
Oh no, not having much luck are we? Happy to carry it over if you are!
Thanks for your challenge, Louise. Look forward to read im it. Happy new year to you, too! X
Probably gone into the black hole of tbr piles, which is what happens to a lot of my books!

How about Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Nfinegger (sp?). Hope you can find this one!

Madeleinex
Happy New Year Louise, my 2014 challenge to you is The Warsaw Anagrams by Richard Zimler. Hope you enjoy it, love Shona
Hi Louise. My challenge to you this year is The Ice Princess by Camilla Lackberg. Beth x
Hi Louise

I'd like to challenge you to read I Think I Love You by Alison Pearson - I've also got this one to read.

Madeleine
Hi Louise, my 2014 challenge for you is Murder at Mansfield Park by Lyn Shepherd. It's on my TBR pile so will be interested to know what you think of it.
Hi Louise, I would like to challenge you to read Altered Land by Jules Hardy.
love Helen
Thanks Louise - looks good!

Will
Hi Louise

My challenge to you for 2014 is Nicholas Nickleby - Charles Dickens. It's one of his that I've yet to read, so will look forward to reading it alongside too.

Cheers, Will
Hi Louise

I'd like to challenge you to read Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Nfinegger.

Madeleine
Hi Louise :) My challenge to you for 2013 is Alone in Berlin, by Hans Fallada. I have it on my t r, so am going to attempt to get to it too! Hope you enjoy it :) See you soon, Ruth x
Hi Louise, I thought I'd throw in a nice thriller for you in your challenges for next year. I challenge you to read The Ice Princess by Camilla Lackberg. Beth x
Hi Louise,
Can I challenge you to read another classic please - The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot,
Love Shona xx
Hi Louise

My 2013 challenge for you is Whistling for the Elephants by Sandi Toksvig. Happy reading :)

BTW - noticed Will's challenge; it is a fab book.

Sam
Hi Louise

I'd like to challenge you to read Pride and Prejudice. Hope you like it!

Madeleinex
Hi Louise

My challenge to you this year is Anna Karenina. I hope it's not too big (if so, please tell me), but it seems that almost everybody who has ever read it says it's a must-read. So I'll read it too!

Cheers, Will
Hi Louise, I'm going to challenge you to read Outlaw by Angus Donald. I have an exerpt of this on my Kindle but not sure whether to download it. I thought I'd see what you think first. x
Hi Louise,
My challenge to you is The Maltese Falcon. I have no idea what it is like but I have a folio copy that looks good so I will read it too.

Enjoy,
Cheryl xx
Hi Louise

I'd like to challenge you to The Thirty-nine Steps by John Buchan.

Beth x
Hi Louise.

My nomination to you is one of my favourite all-time books: "Whisky Galore". Hope you enjoy it too.

Will

Hi Louise

I'd like to challenge you to read Crow Lake by Mary Lawson.

Hope you like it!

Madeleinex
How about Scandal of the Season by Sophie Gee? I liked that one, too.
Hi Louise, I would like to challenge you to read The Brutal Art by Jesse Kellerman
Hi Louise, My challenge for 2012 is The Warden by Anthony Trollope and hope that is ok, love Shona x
Hi Louise

My challenge to you is Fair Exchange by Michele Roberts. I read it a while ago and remember enjoying her writing.
Hi Louise, thanks for my challenge. I'd like to challenge you to An Utterly Impartial History of Britain by John O'Farrell.

Beth
Louise, Thank you for your challenge. I have had Silver Bay for a long time and keep meaning to read it, so I am looking forward to it.
I challenge you to read The End of Mr Y by Scarlett Thomas, because I think it's a great book (one of my all time favourites), and I hope you will enjoy it.
Helen
Hi Louise

Thanks for choosing my challenge, The Historian, I'm looking forward to reading this.

I've chosen for you, My Dirty Little Book Of Stolen Time by Liz Jensen. I love the title and it instantly grabbed my attention. I thought it would have been a chick lit/ yummy mummy book so I was surprised when I read the blurb. I hope you enjoy it

Ceri x
Thanks for the challenge, Louise. My challenge to you is Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. A great book!
Hi Louise,
My challenge for you is The Janissary Tree by Jason Goodwin. I haven't read it yet but I do want to as it is set in Turkey. I hope you enjoy it.

Cheryl
Hi Louise, I'm going to challenge you [and me!] to read The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood. Hope we enjoy it!!
love Shona x
Hi Louise, I'm challenging you to read Ellis Island by Kate Kerrigan. I read it recently and really enjoyed it. Hope you do too.

Nicola x
Hi Louise, my 2011 challenge for you is The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley. I hope you enjoy it! xxx
Hi Louise,

For once I'm being organised! For the 2011 challenge I've picked Lennox by Craig Russell for you to read. I have it on my tbr as well, so am also going to try and read it.

Ruth
xx
Oh, and my challenge to you is for your to read In Custody by Anita Desai. It looks quite interesting, although I haven't read it, the blurb on it sounds interesting. Is that okay?

Michaela
x
Hi Louis,

Thankyou for your challenge. I bought quite a few Agatha Raisin books from my local charity shop and have as yet have not got round to reading any, this is going to get me started on the series as they look like lovely reads. For your 2010 challenge I would like you to read 'The Descendants' by Kaui Hart Hemmings. I've been meaning to read this one myself so will probably join you, I know Sam wasn't all that impressed by it. Hope that's ok.

Tess
xxx
HiLouise. Thanks for your challenge of A Prayer for Owen Meany. I think you challenged me this last year as well so hopefully I will get around to reading it iun 2010. I'd like to challenge you to The Observations by Jane Harris. I've also got this book and would like to read it as well. Val x
Hi Louise,
Thanks for the challenge. I've chosen or you Middlesex - for the same as your reason!! Hope you enjoy.

Cheryl
Hi Louise.
I am a silly billy and should have took more notice. I challenge you to read My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier. It is one of my challenge to read too. I have Murder is Binding on my tbr and can pass it on to you after if you would like it.

Caroline x
Hi Louise, Can I challenge you to read 'Old Filth' by Jane Gardam - hope you enjoy it, love Shona
Hi Louise, I would like to challenge you to read The Ninth Life of Louis Drax by Liz Jensen (another children's book - don't worry, I'm not making a comment on your reading age!!!). It's one I have on my tbr pile too, and I will try to read it with you.

Love, Helen.
Louise, for the 2010 reading challenge I have chosen In Search of Adam by Caroline Smailes for you to read. I thought it was an amazing book, and I hope you like it too.

Nicola
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