Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 5 – Jan 11)

Weekly Wrap-Up

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Starting off the year with a steady stream of books. I’m in a bit of an unsettled mood, so I’m hopping from book to book and genre to genre. Nothing seems to be sticking, but I’m getting a lot checked off my TBR.


Mon, Jan 7 – Book Review: Looker by Laura Sims
Tue, Jan 8 – Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Releases for the First Half of 2019
Wed, Jan 9 – Book Review: Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer by Ryan Suvaal
Thu, Jan 10 – Book Review: The Perfect Liar by Thomas Christopher Greene
Fri, Jan 11 – Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 5 – Jan 11)


Mon, Jan 14 – Book Review: As Long as We Both Shall Live by JoAnn Chaney
Tue, Jan 15 – Top Ten Tuesday: New to Me Authors I Read in 2018
Wed, Jan 16 – Book Review: Death in Shangri-La by Vigal Zur
Thu, Jan 17 – Book Review: Lie Like a Rug by Donna Huston Murray
Fri, Jan 18 – Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 12 – Jan 18)


Two books read this week – Death in Shangri-La by Yigal Zur and The Replacement by Brenna Yovanoff.


Six audiobooks listened to this week – Dead Center, Play Dead, and New Tricks by David Rosenfelt, Song of Susannah by Stephen King, On What Grounds and Through the Grinder by Cleo Coyle.


One book received this week via Netgalley – Chocolate Cream Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke.


Five books purchased this week – Prince of Shadows by Rachel Caine, Find Her by Lisa Gardner, The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth, Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica, and The Breakdown by B.A. Paris.



One book borrowed from the library this week – The Banker’s Wife by Cristina Alger.

Thanks for stopping by Nightcap Books. Happy Reading!

9 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap-Up (Jan 5 – Jan 11)

    1. Thanks, Jennifer! I’ve read 5 or 6 in the series, and they’ve been fun cozies. I have most of this series, but have hopped around so much I need to go back and read them in order.

  1. Wow, lots of audiobooks. I have read a couple of David Rosenfelt books but never listened to one. Obviously the audio was good as you listened to a few. Great week Darinda.

    1. Lots of listening and not so much reading this week. 😉 The Rosenfelt series is one of the series I want to get caught up on this year. When I saw the audiobooks were available on OverDrive, I thought it might be a good option. And yes, I’ve enjoyed listening to them. 😊

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