πŸ“š Top Ten Tuesday | Books on My Autumn 2021 TBR Pile πŸ‚

Top Ten TuesdayHello my fellow bookworms! Today, I am taking part in this week’s TTT topic, which is: Books on My Fall 2021 To-read List. These seasonal TBR topics are my favourites and I pretty much take part in every time! As usual there are many wonderful books awaiting me on my bookshelf and Kindle, however here are the top ten books that I hope to get to over the autumnal months of September, October and November:

πŸ‚ The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman – A brand-new second case for our septuagenarian sleuths , so excited for this after loving their first outing in The Thursday Murder Club, last year.

πŸ‚ The Game by Laurie R. King – Back in April, I read Justice Hall, my favourite instalment from King’s nostalgic Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes series, so far! Now I think it is high-time for the next book.

πŸ‚ The Invisible Man by H G Wells – The classic, science-fiction horror from the author of War of the Worlds and The Time Machine. Should be perfect for R.I.P XVI and/or Novellas in November.

πŸ‚ The Gilded Lily by Ernest Dudley – A biography into the life and loves of the fabulous Lily Langtry: society belle, muse and mistress to the Prince of Wales.

πŸ‚ Katherine Howard, The Tainted Queen by Alison Weir – After being a little disappointed with the Anna of Kleve instalment in Weir’s ambitious Six Tudor Queens series, I am looking forward to a return to form with this one.

πŸ‚ The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins – The classic mystery which I have been meaning to read for several years at this time of year! Here’s hoping this autumn is the one!

πŸ‚ Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam by M.C. Beaton – Looking forward for another easy, breezy mystery fun with this tenth instalment of Beaton’s long-running cosy-crime series.

πŸ‚ The Curse Keepers by Denise Grover Swank – Book one in the YA paranormal-fantasy series Curse Keepers, with an interesting link to the Lost Colony of Roanoke.

πŸ‚ The Land God Gave to Cain by Hammond Innes – A vintage thriller which I was lucky to receive a very smart hardback copy of in my first Teatime Bookshop vintage book box.

πŸ‚ Soul Music by Terry Pratchett – Finally, but certainly not least, none of my TBR lists would be complete without the next instalment I have from Pratchett’s fantastical DiscworldΒ series.

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(I have linked this post into the weekly meme, Top Ten Tuesday)

Have you read any of these? What books are you looking forward to reading this autumn? Please let me know in the comments and also leave a link for your own TTT post if you have joined in, too.

30 thoughts on “πŸ“š Top Ten Tuesday | Books on My Autumn 2021 TBR Pile πŸ‚

    1. Hello Vero! Thank you for stopping by and commenting – It is always lovely to hear from a new face and I hope we are both able to read our first Wilkie Collins novel soon! 😊

    1. So pleased you like my mix of books on my list and thank you! I am really looking forward to reading the next Mary Russell adventure, so great to hear you thought it was excellent! πŸ˜ƒ

    1. Hello Anita! Thank you for stopping by and commenting – It is always lovely to hear from a new face and I hope we’re are both able to read The Man Who Died Twice soon! 😊

  1. Such a great list! One of these days I wanna read Alison Weir. I’ve heard such great things!

  2. I enjoyed The Moonstone and the Katherine Howard book. I haven’t read any of the others on your list but I would like to read The Invisible Man and The Game (once I get caught up with the Mary Russell series).

    1. Always great to hear you enjoyed some of the books on my list, Helen – I am particularly looking forward to reading The Moonstone, Katherine Howard and the next Mary Russell book. πŸ˜ƒ

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