This time last year … and the year before … and the year before …

BOOK SNAPS has been sharing book summaries since September 2018. In that time, over 400 books have been featured. Let’s take a look at the books I was reading in the past about this time of the year.
“The Cabin at the End of the World” by Paul Tremblay, published by Harper Collins is a suspense/thriller with a large dose of horror. Remote cabin, dark forest, no phone reception, strangers on the doorstep. Then the worst happens. Horrifying.
Published in 2020 by Penguin Random House, “The End of October” by Lawrence Wright is another suspense/thriller about a global pandemic. Reading about a global pandemic, whilst in the middle of one is strange, and a bit unnerving.
“The Imitator” by Rebecca Starford was published in 2021 by Allen & Unwin, (published in the USA as “An Unlikely Spy” by Harper Collins). It’s another suspense/ thriller, but also historical fiction. I found it intriguing more than thrilling, and I really liked the author’s writing style. This book, written by an Australian author, was longlisted for the 2020 Sisters-in-Crime Davitt Awards.

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