This falls under the "better late than never" category of post. Sorry for being so late.
75 The Low Road by Chris Womersley
76 The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce
77 Little Wolves by Thomas Maltman
78 The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano by Sonia Manzano
79 Phantom by Jo Nesbo
80 Shadows in the Smoke by Tony Broadbent
81 Buddy by Brian McGrory
All of these were great reads, and I hope you read them all.
The Low Road is about two men, who couldn't be more different, both at extremely low points in their lives who are thrown together, and stay together, to survive.
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry is charming. Harold, recently retired and a bit hen-picked, embarks on a unexpected journey. He just sets of walking, with the goal of visiting his old friend, who is dying. It's a wonderful journey, not to be missed.
Little Wolves is Mid-Western, noir at its best.
I've fallen in love with Jo Nesbo's writing and Phantom, did not disappoint. Scandinavian police procedural at its best. If you haven't read Nesbo, you're going to love Harry Hole, the detective in these novels.
Shadows in the Smoke, is the first novel I've read in the Smoke series by Broadbent. These stories are about London's underbelly, right after WWII. Very interesting, very entertaining and a very good read..
What are you reading?