Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Underrated Books

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Little Black Dress (Susan McBride): A lovely story about family with some hints of magic.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. The Stories We Tell (Patti Callahan Henry): A quick read about a family that seems perfect on the surface.

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