Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week's topic is books we enjoyed that have under 2000 ratings on Goodreads.
- Rutherford Park (Elizabeth Cooke): With the success and popularity of "Downton Abbey" came a whole genre of books in the same vein; this one is excellent.
- The Debutante (Kathleen Tessaro): One of my favorite books, this story is about a woman who tries to solve a mystery about two sisters from a past generation after she finds some hidden items while valuing one of the sister's estates.
- Little Black Dress (Susan McBride): A lovely story about family with some hints of magic.
- The Confession of Katherine Howard (Suzannah Dunn): I love pretty much anything related to the Tudor dynasty, and this one is well-written and engaging.
- Together Alone (Barbara Delinsky): I've read several of Delinsky's books and most are quite good; this one is about a woman coming to terms with the possible end of her marriage, with a bit of mystery thrown in.
- The Secret Diaries of Charlotte Bronte (Syrie James): Based on meticulous research, this book, written in a diary format, combines historical fact and fiction to tell the story of the famous author.
- The Stories We Tell (Patti Callahan Henry): A quick read about a family that seems perfect on the surface.