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#BookRecommendations with titles that start with the letter ‘L’ #GreatReads


This year I go through the whole alphabet, one letter a month. For December 2021, the twelfth month, I list all my favorite novels starting with the letterTo‘. I pick these titles from the books I have read since I started this blog. there is 30 books recommended here.

If the title begins with a preliminary article such as God, A, A Etc., I will use the second word. For example, “A man named ObWill be included in mine M message. “The silent patientWill be listed on mine S message.

I hope you find something that interests you from these posts. As always, I linked the book cover to Good readings, And The link to the title will take you to my review of the book.The lies we hide“By SE Lynes

Life sentences“By Billy Oaklan

Look what you made me do“By Nicky Smith

Lake House“By Kate Morton

The last house on the street is redundant“By Katriona Ward

Lilac girls“By Martha Hall Kelly

A local girl is missing“By Claire Douglas

“Lacey’s House” by Joan Graham

Lie with me“By Sabine Durant

The last bridge“By Terry Quinn

Left For Dead“By Jane Casey (The prequel to the Maeve Krigan series)

Lost to words“By Stephanie Butland

The lie room“By Nicci French

Like a family“By Paolo Giordano

Little black lies“By Sharon Bolton

The birth“By Libby Page

The Lost Children“By Theresa Talbot (First novel in the crime series Oonagh O’Neil)

The language of death“By Sarah Finborough

The Lost Girls from Devon“By Barbara O’Neill

Lost girls“By Angela Marsons (The third novel in the crime series DI Kim Stone)

Missi Carmichael’s love story“By Beth Murray

The liar’s girl“By Catherine Ryan Howard

The light guard“By Cole Morton

Miss Quinny Hennessy’s love song“By Rachel Joyce

Linmoth Stories“By LV Hay

The leftovers“By Cassandra Perkin

Letters from the past“By Erica James

The Lost Child“By Patricia Gibney (The third novel in one of my favorite crime series)

Looking for Leo“By Jay Baker

The last child“By John Hart

If you’ve read any of these headlines, I’d love to hear what you think in the comments.

When someone asks me to recommend a book …

About a fictional

Literary critic; Librarian Goodreads. Retired library catalog – more time to read! Loves books, gardening and red wine. I have been a visiting member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.



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