Monthly Summary; March 2019

As it is the last day of the month, it's probably time for the lists for my book haul and what books I've read this month. As I was fortunate enough to recieve a bunch of quick reads through Netgalley this month (not listed in the book haul), I managed to read quite a few books this month.

Books I've Read
Djevelen i den hvite byen by Erik Larson
Orkney Twilight by Clare Carson
Camille by Pierre Lemaitre
Tiden er en morder by Michel Bussi
De dødes hus by Jorun Thørring
Hjerteknuser by Geir Tangen
Killman by Graeme Kent
The Mutts Summer Diaries by Patrick McDonnell
Your Happy Heart by Amie Dean
Zookeeper by Douglas S. Haynes
Witchdoctorpoet by Bola Juju
Yara's Tawari Tree by Yossi Lapid
I'll Keep You Safe by Peter May
Det henger en engel alene i skogen by Samuel Bjørk
With Gratitude by Marala Scott
This Is the Journey by Alison Malee
The Mermaid Cookbook by Alix Carey
The Woods by Rob Hodgson
J. K. Rowling by Caroline Moss
The Secrets of the Lazarus Club by Tony Pollard
In a Dream You Saw a Way to Survive by Clemetine von Radics
The Hidden Corpse by Debra Sennefelder
Thread on Arrival by Lea Wait
Death of a Wedding Cake Baker by Lee Hollis
Murder with Collard Greens and Hot Sauce by A. L. Herbert
Muhammad Ali by Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Ada Lovelace by Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Viviene Westwood by Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Maria Montessori by Isabel Sánchez Vegara

Book Haul
Camille by Pierre Lemaitre
De dødes hus by Jorun Thørring
Natten til fandens geburtsdag by Max Mauser
Ingen er så trygg i fare by Gunnar Staalesen
Hjerteknuser by Geir Tangen
Black Rabbit Hall by Eve Chase
Mambo i Chinatown by Jean Kwok
Boktyvene by Anders Rydell
En verdensomseiling under havet by Jules Verne
Pasienten by Trude Teige
Verdens beste burgere
Karlas kjøkken
60 damer du skulle ha møtt by Marta Breen and Jenny Jordahl


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