Master List of Books Read in 2021

  1. Give Great Presentations by Lucinda Becker.
  2. Bone Talk by Candy Gourlay.
  3. Avoid Plagiarism by Thomas Lancaster.
  4. The Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji.
  5. Choose Your Own Adventure: Mountain Survival by Edward Packard.
  6. Manage Your Stress by Clare Wilson.
  7. Forged by Benedict Jacka.
  8. Think Critically by Tom Chatfield.
  9. Slough House by Mick Herron.
  10. Good Girls Die First by Kathryn Foxfield.
  11. Small Dreams Of A Scorpion by Spike Milligan.
  12. A Book Of Milliganimals by Spike Milligan.
  13. The Case For A Four Day Week by Anna Coote, Aidan Harper and Alfie Stirling.
  14. Agatha Oddly – Murder At The Museum by Lena Jones.
  15. Teachers vs Tech? The Case For An Ed Tech Revolution by Daisy Christodoulou.
  16. Silly Verse For Kids by Spike Milligan.
  17. Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley.
  18. What Is At Stake Now: My Appeal For Peace And Freedom by Mikhail Gorbachev.
  19. Game Changer by Neal Shusterman.
  20. Silence Is Not An Option: You Can Impact The World For Change by Stuart Lawrence.
  21. This Careless Life by Rachel McIntyre.
  22. The Enduring Kiss: Seven Short Lessons On Love by Massimo Recalcati.
  23. The Daughter Of Time by Josephine Tey.
  24. Genesis: On The Deep Origin Of Societies by Edward O Wilson.
  25. The Outlaws Scarlett & Browne by Jonathan Stroud.
  26. Trampled By Unicorns: Big Tech’s Empathy Problem And How To Fix It by Maëlle Gavet.
  27. The Maker Of Monsters by Lorraine Gregory.
  28. The Black Friend: On Being A Better White Person by Frederick Joseph.
  29. Look Out, Leonard! by Jessie James and Tamara Anegon.
  30. My Daddies by Gareth Peter and Garry Parsons.
  31. Nothing Ever Happens Here by Sarah Hagger-Holt.
  32. High-Impact Tools For Team by Stefano Mastrogiacomo, Alex Osterwalder, Alan Smith and Trish Papadakos.
  33. The Barbizon: The New York Hotel That Set Women Free by Paulina Bren.
  34. Poison In Jest by John Dickson Carr.
  35. Murder On The Home Front by Molly Lefebure.
  36. Carter by Ted Lewis.
  37. Essaying The Past: How To Read, Write And Think About History by Jim Cullen.
  38. The Girl Who Speaks Bear by Sophie Anderson.
  39. Up In The Air: Butterflies, Birds And Everything Up Above by Zoë Armstrong and Sara Ugolotti.
  40. The Renegades: Defenders Of The Planet Flames Of Amazonia (Vol 2) by Jeremy Brown, Katy Jakeway, Ellenor Mererid, Libby Reed and David Selby.
  41. Diary Of A Brilliant Kid: Top Secret Guide To Awesomness by Andy Cope, Gavin Oattes and Will Hussey.
  42. Making Wolf by Tade Thompson.
  43. Serving Face: Lessons On Poise And (Dis)grace From The World Of Drag by Felix Le Freak.
  44. Midnight Sun by Jo Nesbo.
  45. Above The Law by Adrian Bleese.
  46. Jaz Santos Vs. The World by Priscilla Mante.
  47. The Little Book Of Results: A Quick Guide To Achieving Big Goals by Jamie Smart.
  48. Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein.
  49. Modern Languages: Why It Matters by Katrin Kohl.
  50. The Passing Playbook by Isaac Fitzsimons.
  51. Augmented Reality by Mark Pesce.
  52. The Crossing by Manjeet Mann.
  53. When We Say Black Lives Matter by Maxine Beneba Clarke.
  54. Nature Needs You! by Liz Gogerly and Sr. Sanchez.
  55. Kitty And The Kidnap Trap by Paula Harrison and Jenny Løvlie.
  56. A Girl Called Justice: The Ghost In The Garden by Elly Griffiths.
  57. The Place For Me: Stories About The Windrush Generation by Black Cultural Archives.
  58. No More Babies! by Madeleine Cook and Erika Meza.
  59. Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will by Geoff Colvin.
  60. The Liar Of Red Valley by Walter Goodwater.
  61. Slow Rise: A Bread-Making Adventure by Robert Penn.
  62. Kitticorn by Matilda Rose and Tim Budgen.
  63. News 2.0: Journalists, Audiences, And News On Social Media by Ahmed Al-Rawi.
  64. Tiger Warrior: Attack Of The Dragon King by M. Chan.
  65. Back On Track by Matthew Burton.
  66. An Emotion Of Great Delight by Tahereh Mafi.
  67. The Worries: Jaz And The New Baby by Jion Sheibani.
  68. The Class Ceiling: Why It Pays To Be Privileged by Sam Friedman and Daniel Laurison.
  69. Black Brother, Black Brother by Jewell Parker Rhodes.
  70. Seven Lives From Mass Observation by James Hinton.
  71. Now You See by Max Manning.
  72. Novacene: The Coming Age Of Hyperintelligence by James Lovelock and Bryan Appleyard.
  73. Kitty And The Starlight Song by Paula Harrison and Jenny Løvlie.
  74. You Will Be Okay by Julie Stokes and Laurène Boglio.
  75. Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Ashley Woodfolk, Angie Thomas and Nicola Yoon.
  76. Twice As Hard by Opeyemi Sofoluke and Raphael Sofoluke.
  77. The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman.
  78. What Is African American Literature? by Margo N. Crawford.
  79. Splinters Of Sunshine by Patrice Lawrence.
  80. Kill The Black One First by Michael Fuller.
  81. The City We Became by N. K. Jemisin.

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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.

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Master List of Books Read in 2019

  1. White Girls by Hilton Als.
  2. Still Lives by Maria Hummel.
  3. The Dark Days Deceit by Alison Goodman.
  4. Mass Starvation: The History And Future Of Famine by Alex de Waal.
  5. Girl In The Window by Penny Joelson.
  6. War Is Over by David Almond and David Litchfield.
  7. The Magic Misfits 2: The Second Story by Neil Patrick Harris.
  8. The Empowered Manager by Peter Block.
  9. Grist Mill Road by Christopher J Yates.
  10. The Free-Time Formula by Jeff Sanders.
  11. Egypt by Robert Springborg.
  12. Amelia Fang And The Memory Thief by Laura Ellen Anderson.
  13. The Spy Who Came In From The Cold by John Le Carré.
  14. A Very Large Expanse Of Sea by Tahereh Mafi.
  15. Joe Quinn’s Poltergeist by David Almond and Dave McKean.
  16. The Accidental President by Tom McLaughlin.
  17. Heimat: A German Family Album by Nora Krug.
  18. The Happiness Fantasy by Carl Cederström.
  19. Under The Ice by Rachael Blok.
  20. A Legacy Of Spies by John Le Carré.
  21. Planet Omar: Accidental Trouble Magnet by Zanib Mian.
  22. In Blossom by Yooju Cheon.
  23. Love From Dr Seuss.
  24. Swiss Watching: Inside The Land Of Milk And Honey by Diccon Bewes.
  25. A Story About Cancer (With A Happy Ending) by India Desjardins and Marianne Ferrer.
  26. The La’lun by J N Harris.
  27. Future Politics by Jamie Susskind.
  28. You Can’t Hide by Sarah Mussi.
  29. Unsolved Murders: True Crime Cases Uncovered by Amber Hunt and Emily G. Thompson.
  30. Winners Take All by Anand Giridharadas.
  31. Positive Thinking Pocketbook by Gill Hasson.
  32. To Night Owl From Dogfish by Holly Goldberg Sloan and Meg Wolitzer.
  33. Tell The Machine Goodnight by Katie Williams.
  34. Meet The Penguins by Mike Brownlow.
  35. Spoonbenders by Daryl Gregory.
  36. The Girl With The Shark’s Teeth by Cerrie Burnell.
  37. The Closest Thing To Flying by Gill Lewis.
  38. A Girl Called Justice by Elly Griffiths.
  39. Shattermoon by Dominic Dulley.
  40. The Chain by Adrian McKinty.
  41. Their Little Secret by Mark Billingham.
  42. Empire Of Silence by Christopher Ruocchio.
  43. The Lost by Mari Hannah.
  44. The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli.
  45. The Feed by Nick Clark Windo.
  46. Lovers And Strangers: An Immigrant History Of Post-War Britain by Clair Wills.
  47. Isadora Moon Has A Sleepover by Harriet Muncaster.
  48. The Good Son by You-Jeong Jeong.
  49. Adventure Duck -v- Power Pug by Steve Cole and Aleksei Bitskoff.
  50. Sunny Side Up: A Story Of Kindness And Joy by Susan Calman.
  51. Between Worlds: Folktales Of Britain & Ireland by Kevin Crossley-Holland.
  52. Against Hate by Carolin Emcke.
  53. Moscow, Midnight by John Simpson.
  54. Marked by Benedict Jacka.
  55. Joe Country by Mick Herron.
  56. Ronan Boyle And The Bridge Of Riddles by Thomas Lennon and John Hendrix.
  57. Astroturf by Matthew Sperling.
  58. Narwhal – Unicorn Of The Sea by Ben Clanton.
  59. Death In The Spotlight by Robin Stevens.
  60. The Joy Of Missing Out: The Art Of Self-Restraint In An Age Of Excess by Svend Brinkmann.
  61. Heartstream by Tom Pollock.
  62. Teen Pioneers – Young People Who Have Changed The World by Ben Hubbard.
  63. Hope For The Best by Jodi Taylor.
  64. AI For Marketing And Product Innovation by A K Pradeep, Andrew Appel and Stan Sthanunathan.
  65. Before She Knew Him by Peter Swanson.
  66. The Alt-Right: What Everyone Needs To Know by George Hawley.
  67. Typography: A Very Short Introduction by Paul Luna.
  68. The Dog Who Saved The World by Ross Welford.
  69. Speak Up! by Laura Coryton.
  70. Amelia Fang And The Half-Moon Holiday by Laura Ellen Anderson.
  71. Cross Purpose by Claire MacLeary.
  72. Bitter Pills: The Global War On Counterfeit Drugs by Muhammad H. Zaman.
  73. The Boxer by Nikesh Shukla.
  74. The Boy Who Steals Houses by C. G. Drews.
  75. Rose, Interrupted by Patrice Lawrence.
  76. Master Your Mind by Roger Seip and Robb Zbierski.
  77. The Demons Of Liberal Democracy by Adrian Pabst.
  78. The Corner Shop: Shopkeepers, The Sharmas And The Making Of Modern Britain by Babita Sharma.
  79. He: A Novel by John Connolly.
  80. Be More RBG by Marilyn Easton.
  81. Step Into Your Power by Jamia Wilson and Andrea Pippins.
  82. Money – Myths, Truths And Alternatives by Mary Mellor.
  83. Adventure Duck vs The Armadillo Army by Steve Cole and Aleksei Bitskoff.
  84. Productivity – Get Motivated, Get Organised And Get Things Done by Gill Hasson.
  85. Isadora Moon Puts On A Show by Harriet Muncaster.
  86. Victorious Century: The United Kingdom, 1800 – 1906 by David Cannadine.
  87. The Scramble For Europe by Stephen Smith.
  88. A Boy And His Dog At The End Of The World by C. A. Fletcher.
  89. Swimming Against The Storm by Jess Butterworth.
  90. Afropean: Notes From Black Europe by Johny Pitts.
  91. The Taking Of Annie Thorne by C. J. Tudor.
  92. Bulletproof Problem Solving: The One Skill That Changes Everything by Charles Conn and Robert McLean.
  93. Chernobyl: History Of A Tragedy by Serhii Plokhy.
  94. The Aunt Who Wouldn’t Die by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay.
  95. What Do We Know And What Should We Do About Immigration? by Jonathan Portes.
  96. The Alice Encounter by John Gribbin.
  97. The Scientific Method by Massimiliano Di Ventra.
  98. A Strange Kind Of Brave by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald.
  99. Unlocking Creativity by Michael A. Roberto.
  100. The Land Of Roar by Jenny McLachlan.
  101. There Is No Planet B by Mike Berners-Lee.
  102. Places In The Darkness by Chris Brookmyre.
  103. The Art Of Communication by Judy Apps.
  104. Halo Moon by Sharon Cohen.
  105. The Economics Of Arrival: Ideas For A Grown Up Economy by Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams.
  106. Pretend You’re Safe by Alexandra Ivy.
  107. Boot by Shane Hegarty.
  108. Kingdom Of Souls by Rena Barron.
  109. Snowblind by Ragnar Jónasson.
  110. Artificial Intelligence In Practice by Bernard Marr and Matt Ward.
  111. No Bad Deed by Heather Chavez.
  112. The Blood by E. S. Thomson.
  113. A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson.
  114. Hired: Undercover In Low-Wage Britain by James Bloodworth.
  115. Slay by Brittney Morris.
  116. Dogs: A Philosophical Guide To Our Best Friends by Mark Alizart.
  117. My Sister The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite.
  118. How To Own The Room by Viv Groskop.
  119. The House Of Light by Julia Green.
  120. Communication: How To Connect With Anyone by Gill Hasson.
  121. Reconstruction by Mick Herron.
  122. The Secret Barrister: Stories Of The Law And How It’s Broken.
  123. Midnight At Moonstone by Lara Flecker and Trisha Krauss.
  124. Good Money: Understand Your Choices by Nathalie Spencer.
  125. Where Do You Go, Birdy Jones? by Joanna Nadin.
  126. Feminism Is … by Alexandra Black, Laura Buller, Emily Hoyle and Dr Megan Todd.
  127. Walls by Emma Fischel.
  128. The Future Of Design by Lorraine Justice.
  129. White Bodies by Jane Robins.
  130. Stunt Double: Jungle Cruise by Tamsin Cooke.

Master List of Books Read in 2018

  1. How To Hang A Witch by Adriana Mather.
  2. In Pursuit Of Memory: The Fight Against Alzheimer’s by Joseph Jebelli.
  3. The Cruel Prince by Holly Black.
  4. Satellite by Nick Lake.
  5. The City Of Brass by S. A. Chakraborty.
  6. East Of Hounslow by Khurrum Rahman.
  7. The Woman In The Window by A. J. Finn.
  8. Seventeen by Hideo Yokoyama.
  9. Now We Are Dead by Stuart MacBride.
  10. Why Democracies Need Science by Harry Collins & Robert Evans.
  11. Bioinformation by Bronwyn Parry and Beth Greenhough.
  12. Blackbird by N. D. Gomes.
  13. Nancy Parker’s Chilling Conclusions by Julia Lee.
  14. There Was A Country: A Personal History Of Biafra by Chinua Achebe.
  15. Star Wars The Last Jedi: Cobalt Squadron by Elizabeth Wein.
  16. Summary Justice by John Fairfax.
  17. A Spoonful Of Murder by Robin Stevens.
  18. Hackerspaces: Making The Maker Movement by Sarah R. Davies.
  19. Landscape With Invisible Hand by M. T. Anderson.
  20. Can The Euro Be Saved? by Malcolm Sawyer.
  21. London Rules by Mick Herron.
  22. The M&A Formula by Peter Zink Secher and Ian Horley.
  23. Rose Raventhorpe Investigates: Hounds And Hauntings by Janine Beacham.
  24. The Art of Doing Business Across Cultures by Craig Storti.
  25. The Playstation Dreamworld by Alfie Bown.
  26. The Hamilton Affair by Elizabeth Cobbs.
  27. What You Don’t Know by Joann Chaney.
  28. Amelia Fang And The Unicorn Lords by Laura Ellen Anderson.
  29. Horace & Harriet Take On The Town by Clare Elsom.
  30. Do We Need Economic Inequality? by Danny Dorling.
  31. Basic Income And How We Can Make It Happen by Guy Standing.
  32. What Everyone Needs To Know About Tax by James Hannam.
  33. Scythe by Neal Shusterman.
  34. Society Of Fear by Heinz Bude.
  35. The Ascendancy Of Finance by Joseph Vogl.
  36. Flying Tips For Flightless Birds by Kelly McCaughrain.
  37. Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes.
  38. Did You See Melody? by Sophie Hannah.
  39. The Echo Killing by Christi Daugherty.
  40. The Confession by Jo Spain.
  41. Zenith by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings.
  42. The Whitby Witches by Robin Jarvis.
  43. Syriza In Power by Costas Douzinas.
  44. The Exact Opposite Of Okay by Laura Steven.
  45. Refuge: Transforming A Broken Refugee System by Alexander Betts and Paul Collier.
  46. This Book Will (Help You) Change The World by Sue Turton.
  47. White Rabbit Red Wolf by Tom Pollock.
  48. Rory Branagan: Detective by Andrew Clover and Ralph Lazar.
  49. Purple Hearts by Michael Grant.
  50. The Wonder Of Us by Kim Culbertson.
  51. Can We Solve The Migration Crisis? by Jacqueline Bhabha.
  52. The Colour Of The Sun by David Almond.
  53. The Gender Games by Juno Dawson.
  54. Not If I Save You First by Ally Carter.
  55. The New Scramble For Africa by Pádraig Carmody.
  56. Little Miss Lucky Is Getting Married by Roger Hargreaves, Sarah Daykin, Lizzie Daykin and Liz Bankes.
  57. Small Money, Big Impact: Fighting Poverty With Microfinance by Peter Fanconi and Patrick Scheurle.
  58. Speak No Evil by Uzodinma Iweala.
  59. Star Of The North by D. B. John.
  60. To The Edge Of The World by Julia Green.
  61. The List by Mick Herron.
  62. One Clear Ice-Cold January Morning At The Beginning Of The Twenty-First Century by Roland Schimmerlpfennig.
  63. A New Politics From The Left by Hilary Wainwright.
  64. The Golden Child by Wendy James.
  65. Natboff! One Million Years Of Stupidity by Andy Stanton.
  66. Come And Find Me by Sarah Hilary.
  67. Directorate S: The CIA And America’s Secret Wars In Afghanistan And Pakistan, 2001 – 2016 by Steve Coll.
  68. Night Of The Party by Tracey Mathias.
  69. The Woman In The Mirror by Rebecca James.
  70. The Power Of Yes by Abbie Headon.
  71. The Case For A Maximum Wage by Sam Pizzigati.
  72. This Is What Happened by Mick Herron.
  73. Will Big Business Destroy Our Planet? by Peter Dauvergne.
  74. The Joneses & The Pirateers: Search For The Phantom Lady by S. L. Westgate.
  75. Lean Six Sigma For Leaders by Martin Brenig-Jones and Jo Dowdall.
  76. Run, Riot by Nikesh Shukla.
  77. The Real Politics Of The Horn Of Africa by Alex de Waal.
  78. One Way by S. J. Morden.
  79. All Systems Red by Martha Wells.
  80. Embassy Of The Dead by Will Mabbitt.
  81. Taylor & Rose Secret Agents: Peril In Paris by Katherine Woodfine.
  82. Do Central Banks Serve The People? By Peter Dietsch, François Claveau and Clément Fontan.
  83. The Shock Doctrine Of The Left by Graham Jones.
  84. Wrong Way Home by Isabelle Grey.
  85. Sweet Pea by C. J. Skuse.
  86. In Bloom by C. J. Skuse.
  87. Age Of Assassins by R J Barker.
  88. Bad Blood by E. O. Chirovici.
  89. The Ninth Rain by Jen Williams.
  90. Happyville High: Geek Tragedy by Tom McLaughlin.
  91. A Treachery Of Spies by Manda Scott.
  92. The 57 Bus: A True Story Of Two Teenagers And The Crime That Changed Their Lives by Dashka Slater.
  93. The Broken Ladder: How Inequality Changes The Way We Think, Live And Die by Keith Payne.
  94. Phantom by Leo Hunt.
  95. A Double Life by Flynn Berry.
  96. The Court Of Broken Knives by Anna Smith Spark.
  97. Under The Pendulum Sun by Jeanette Ng.
  98. The Hunger by Alma Katsu.
  99. The Goose Road by Rowena House.
  100. The Grey Bastards by Jonathan French.
  101. The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton.
  102. Solomon Creed by Simon Toyne.
  103. Lethal White by Robert Galbraith.
  104. The Quaker by Liam McIlvanney.
  105. All The Hidden Truths by Claire Askew.
  106. The Traitors: A True Story Of Blood, Betrayal And Deceit by Josh Ireland.
  107. The Boy Who Saw by Simon Toyne.
  108. Firefly by Henry Porter.
  109. Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough.
  110. Blood Cruise by Mats Strandberg.
  111. The Chaos Of Now by Erin Lange.
  112. The Anomaly by Michael Rutger.
  113. Dry by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman.
  114. Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson.
  115. The Drop by Mick Herron.
  116. The Hope That Kills by Ed James.
  117. Blackwater by James Henry.
  118. The Last Place You Look by Kristen Lepionka.
  119. She’s Not There by Tamsin Grey.
  120. When Conflict Resolution Fails by Oliver Ramsbotham.
  121. In Our Mad And Furious City by Guy Gunaratne.
  122. The Legend Of Kevin by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre.
  123. Yellowhammer by James Henry.
  124. Rosie Loves Jack by Mel Darbon.
  125. Trans Global: Transgender Then, Now And Around The World by Honor Head.
  126. What Is Race? Who Are Racists? Why Does Skin Colour Matter? And Other Big Questions by Claire Heuchan & Nikesh Shukla.
  127. Winnie-The-Pooh Gloom & Doom For Pessimists by A. A. Milne.

Master List of Books Read In 2017

  1. The Pale Criminal by Philip Kerr.
  2. A German Requiem by Philip Kerr.
  3. Fish Boy by Chloe Daykin.
  4. The Girl Before by J. P. Delaney.
  5. He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly.
  6. The Bear And The Nightingale by Katherine Arden.
  7. Sirens by Joseph Knox.
  8. Police At The Station And They Don’t Look Friendly by Adrian McKinty.
  9. Nothing But A Circus: Misadventures Among The Powerful by Daniel Levin.
  10. Is Islam An Enemy Of The West? by Tamara Sonn.
  11. The Dark Days Pact by Alison Goodman.
  12. Corpus by Rory Clements.
  13. Nancy Parker’s Spooky Speculations by Julia Lee.
  14. Slow Horses by Mick Herron.
  15. Dead Lions by Mick Herron.
  16. Real Tigers by Mick Herron.
  17. Spook Street by Mick Herron.
  18. Hoffer by Tim Glencross.
  19. Perdido Street Station by China Mieville.
  20. Perfect Remains by Helen Fields.
  21. Prussian Blue by Philip Kerr.
  22. Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor.
  23. Fragile Lives by Stephen Westaby.
  24. The Red Queen by Philippa Gregory.
  25. A Twist Of The Knife by Becky Masterman.
  26. Crimson Lake by Candice Fox.
  27. The Legacy by Yrsa Sigurdardottir.
  28. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.
  29. Fever by Mary Beth Keane.
  30. What Remains Of Me by A. L. Gaylin.
  31. The Cruelty by Scott Bergstrom.
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  45. Why Wall Street Matters by William D. Cohan.
  46. Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney.
  47. The Watcher by Ross Armstrong.
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  49. From Darkest Skies by Sam Peters.
  50. The Break Down by B. A. Paris.
  51. The Glorious Heresies by Lisa McInerney.
  52. Goodly And Grave In A Bad Case Of Kidnap by Justine Windsor.
  53. The Book Of Phoenix by Nnedi Okorafor.
  54. The Blood Miracles by Lisa McInerney.
  55. Faeries, Fiends & Flying Saucers edited by Kirsty Capes.
  56. Beyond The Wall by Tanya Landman.
  57. A Dark So Deadly by Stuart MacBride.
  58. Saint Death by Marcus Sedgwick.
  59. A Crime In The Family by Sacha Batthyany.
  60. Running Blind by Desmond Bagley.
  61. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale.
  62. The Cleaner by Elisabeth Herrmann.
  63. The Ice by Laline Paull.
  64. The Special Girls by Isabelle Grey.
  65. Bound by Benedict Jacka.
  66. Spellslinger by Sebastien de Castell.
  67. The Fourth Monkey by J. D. Barker.
  68. Islam: The Essentials by Tariq Ramadan.
  69. Bad Choices: How Algorithms Can Help You Think Smarter And Live Happier by Ali Almossawi.
  70. Big Capital: Who’s London For? by Anna Minton.
  71. Before The Fall by Noah Hawley.
  72. What It Means When A Man Falls From The Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah.
  73. Gender, Politics And News: A Game Of Three Sides by Karen Ross.
  74. Quieter Than Killing by Sarah Hilary.
  75. The Chalk Pit by Elly Griffiths.
  76. The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie.
  77. Gather The Daughters by Jennie Melamed.
  78. Girlhood by Cat Clarke.
  79. Last Stop Tokyo by James Buckler.
  80. The House by Simon Lelic.
  81. Three Days And A Life by Pierre Lemaitre.
  82. The Party by Elizabeth Day.
  83. From Prejudice To Pride: A History Of The LGBTQ+ Movement by Amy Lamé.
  84. Before This Is Over by Amanda Hickie.
  85. Suffragettes And The Fight For The Vote by Sarah Ridley.
  86. Blackwing by Ed McDonald.
  87. Playing With Death by Simon Scarrow and Lee Francis.
  88. S.T.A.G.S. by M. A. Bennett.
  89. Before They Are Hanged by Joe Abercrombie.
  90. The Cutaway by Christina Kovac.
  91. 101 Ways To Win An Election by Mark Pack and Edward Maxfield.
  92. Silver Stars by Michael Grant.
  93. The Stars Are Legion by Kameron Hurley.
  94. The Force by Don Winslow.
  95. The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne.
  96. Your Life In My Hands: A Junior Doctor’s Story by Rachel Clarke.
  97. Can The Internet Strengthen Democracy? by Stephen Coleman.
  98. Will Robots Take Your Job? by Nigel M. de S. Cameron.
  99. Will China’s Economy Collapse? by Ann Lee.
  100. The Waking Land by Callie Bates.
  101. The Memory Book by Lara Avery.
  102. The Taste Of Blue Light by Lydia Ruffles.
  103. Show Stopper by Hayley Barker.
  104. How To Murder By Your Life by Cat Marnell.
  105. The President’s Gardens by Muhsin Al-Ramli.
  106. The Dark Net by Benjamin Percy.
  107. Fever by Deon Meyer.
  108. Woman Of State by Simon Berthon.
  109. The Irregular by H. B. Lyle.
  110. Six Wakes by Mur Lafferty.
  111. Flame In The Mist by Renée Ahdieh.
  112. IQ by Joe Ide.
  113. Shadow Man by Margaret Kirk.
  114. My Absolute Darling by Gabriel Tallent.
  115. Without A Word by Kate McQuaile.
  116. The Devil’s Claw by Lara Dearman.
  117. Cruel Mercy by David Mark.
  118. I Am Behind You by John Ajvide Lindqvist.
  119. The Money Formula: Dodgy Finance, Pseudo Science And How Mathematicians Took Over The Markets by Paul Wilmott and David Orrell.
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  121. The Furthest Station by Ben Aaronovitch.
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  126. There May Be A Castle by Piers Torday.
  127. The Way Of The Strangers: Encounters With The Islamic State by Graeme Wood.
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  129. The Huntress: Sea by Sarah Driver.
  130. The Warrior In The Mist by Ruth Eastham.
  131. Love And Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch.
  132. The Midnight Peacock by Katherine Woodfine.
  133. I Am Traitor by Sif Sigmarsdóttir.
  134. Monstress Volume One: Awakening by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda.
  135. Little Secrets by Anna Snoekstra.
  136. The Twelve Lives Of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti.
  137. The Bloodprint by Ausma Zehanat Khan.
  138. The Unwomanly Face Of War by Svetlana Alexievich.
  139. The Impossible by Mark Illis.
  140. Blame by Jeff Abbott.
  141. Nairobi Heat by Mukoma Wa Ngugi.
  142. Striding Folly by Dorothy L. Sayers.
  143. Restless Souls by Dan Sheehan.
  144. What Is Russia Up To In The Middle East? by Dmitri Trenin.
  145. Narcocapitalism by Laurent de Sutter.
  146. Platform Capitalism by Nick Srnicek.
  147. Loos Save Lives: How Sanitation And Clean Water Help Prevent Poverty, Disease And Death by Seren Boyd.
  148. Need To Know by Karen Cleveland.
  149. I, Witness by Niki Mackay.
  150. Clockwork City by Paul Crilley.
  151. Anatomy Of A Scandal by Sarah Vaughan.
  152. The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris.