TBR: June 2021

Previously: May Reading Wrap-Up| Coming Soon: Death and Croissants Book Review

June is always a busy month for me because I have quite a few birthdays to buy for, and it is the run up to my own birthday. Since my birthday is July 1st I try to claim the whole moth of June as birthday prep. Last month I tested out this format and I quite like it. So one sentence TBRs are what we’re currently going with.

Disclaimer: As this is a TBR, I haven’t read any of these so the summaries are what I think this book is about based on the blurb.

Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell

The chronicle of the trials and tribulations of a small English village of Cranford in the 19th century.

Death and Croissants by Ian Moore (ARC provided by publisher)

An older English man is convinced to investigate when one of the guests at his French B&B mysteriously disappears

The Devil All The Time by Donald Ray Pollock

A group of people in a small Southern town seem to be fighting against the Devil all the time.

Love Bites by Ry Herman

Divorcee Chloe’s new girlfriend seemed great, except for the fact that daw can’t go out in daylight, and has sharp teeth… oh wait.

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