Master List of Books Read in 2020

  1. Why Cities Look The Way They Do by Richard J Williams.
  2. The Widows Of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey.
  3. Moneyland by Oliver Bullough.
  4. The Deathless Girls by Kiran Millwood Hargrave.
  5. Asia’s Reckoning: China, Japan, The US And The Struggle For Global Power by Richard McGregor.
  6. Fallen by Benedict Jacka.
  7. The End Of Aspiration by Duncan Exley.
  8. Dancing Jax by Robin Jarvis.
  9. Dear Life by Rachel Clarke.
  10. Skulduggery Pleasant – Resurrection by Derek Landy.
  11. Pride: The Story Of The LGBTQ Equality Movement by Matthew Todd.
  12. Money In The Morgue by Ngaio Marsh and Stella Duffy.
  13. Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay And A Mother’s Will To Survive by Stephanie Land.
  14. Skulduggery Pleasant Midnight by Derek Landy.
  15. Russia by Dmitri Trenin.
  16. Enduring Love by Ian McEwan.
  17. Stay The Course: The Story Of Vanguard And The Index Revolution by John C. Bogle.
  18. Nobody Walks by Mick Herron.
  19. Build It: The Rebel Playbook For World-Class Employee Engagement by Glenn Elliott and Debra Corey.
  20. The Price Guide To The Occult by Leslye Walton.
  21. The Case For People’s Quantitative Easing by Frances Coppola.
  22. A Pocketful Of Stars by Aisha Bushby.
  23. The Econocracy: On The Perils Of Leaving Economics To The Experts by Joe Earle, Cahal Moran and Zach Ward-Perkins.
  24. Skin Deep by Liz Nugent.
  25. Liquid Crystal Nightingale by Eeleen Lee.
  26. The Haven by Simon Lelic.
  27. The Black Flamingo by Dean Atta.
  28. The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley.
  29. Supercharg3d: How 3D Printing Will Drive Your Supply Chain by Len Pannett.
  30. The Haven Revolution by Simon Lelic.
  31. The Catch by Mick Herron.
  32. The Twisted Ones by T. Kingfisher.
  33. M&A Disputes: A Professional Guide To Accounting Arbitrations by A. Vincent Biemans and Gerald M. Hansen.
  34. The Girl With Space In Her Heart by Lara Williamson.
  35. The Atlas Of Disease by Sandra Hempel.
  36. Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus.
  37. Chernobyl Prayer by Svetlana Alexievich.
  38. This Lie Will Kill You by Chelsea Pitcher.
  39. Primo Levi: The Last Interview – Conversations with Giovanni Tesio by Giovanni Tesio.
  40. Generation Left by Keir Milburn.
  41. Deadpool: The Complete Collection Volume 1 by Daniel Way, Andy Diggle, Steve Dillon, Paco Medina, Carlo Barberi and Bong Dazo.
  42. Gunnerkrigg Court Volume 1: Orientation by Thomas Siddell.
  43. One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus.
  44. Resisters: 52 Young Women Making Herstory Right Now by Lauren Sharkey and Manjit Thapp.
  45. The Chalk Man by C J Tudor.
  46. The Sex Factor: How Women Made The West Rich by Victoria Bateman.
  47. Riddle Of The Runes by Janina Ramirez.
  48. That Will Never Work by Marc Randolph.
  49. Way Of The Waves by Janina Ramirez.
  50. The Far Right Today by Cas Mudde.
  51. Blood Moon by Lucy Cuthew.
  52. Offline: Free Your Mind From Smartphone And Social Media Stress by Imran Rashid and Soren Kenner.
  53. Rory Branagan: The Deadly Dinner Lady by Andrew Clover and Ralph Lazar.
  54. Riding For Deliveroo: Resistance In The New Economy by Callum Cant.
  55. Embassy Of The Dead: Hangman’s Crossing by Will Mabbitt.
  56. The Den Of Geek Guide To The Movieverse: Movie Geek by Simon Brew, Ryan Lambie and Louisa Mellor.
  57. The Organ Thieves by Chip Jones.
  58. Top Marks For Murder by Robin Stevens.
  59. Death Sets Sail by Robin Stevens.
  60. I Used To Be A Fish by Tom Sullivan.
  61. The Club by Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg.
  62. Children Of Blood And Bone by Tomi Adeyemi.
  63. The Firm Divided: Manager-Shareholder Conflict And The Fight For Control Of The Modern Corporation by Graeme Guthrie.
  64. Scavengers by Darren Simpson.
  65. The Case For Community Wealth Building by Joe Guinan and Martin O’Neill.
  66. The Language Of Dying by Sarah Pinborough.
  67. English Universities In Crisis: Markets Without Competition by Jefferson Frank, Norman Gowar and Michael Naef.
  68. Blood On Snow by Jo Nesbo.
  69. The Case For Universal Basic Services by Anna Coote and Andrew Percy.
  70. Rules For Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson.
  71. Journalism: Why It Matters by Michael Schudson.
  72. The Guest List by Lucy Foley.
  73. Do Robots Make Love? From AI To Immortality by Laurent Alexandre and Jean-Michel Besnier.
  74. What We’ll Build by Oliver Jeffers.
  75. My Awesome Year Being 7 by Kia Marie Hunt.
  76. Digger: The Complete Omnibus Edition by Ursula Vernon.
  77. Eight Pieces Of Silva by Patrice Lawrence.
  78. Chelsea High by Jenny Oliver.
  79. Life 3.0: Being Human In The Age Of Artificial Intelligence by Max Tegmark.
  80. The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman.

If you fancy buying any of these books based on my reviews, then you can do so through Amazon UK, Waterstone’s or UK.  Please note that I earn commission on any purchases made via these links.

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