WWW Wednesdays (29 June 2022)! What are you reading this week? #WWWWednesdays

Welcome to this week’s WWW Wednesday!

WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words, the revamped take on of the meme hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm. It’s open for anyone to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been reading!

The Three Ws are:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

What am I currently reading?

I am totally cheating on my TBR pile with this one. The Divinities only arrived yesterday with its siblings, The Heights and The Trenches and I couldn’t resist diving into a new series and a new author to me. So here’s the blurb:

When two bodies are found brutally murdered at a building site in Battersea, DS Cal Drake is first to the scene. He sees an opportunity: to solve a high-profile case and to repair his reputation after a botched undercover operation almost ended his promising career in the Violent Crimes Unit.

Assigned to work with the forensic psychologist Dr Rayhana Crane, and on the hunt for an elusive killer, Drake’s investigations lead down the dark corridors of the past – to the Iraq war and the destruction both he and Crane witnessed there. With a community poised on the brink of violence, Crane and Drake must put their lives on the line to stop the killer before vengeance is unleashed.

What have I recently finished reading?

Just the two books this week, both off my #20BooksOfSummer plan. Loved being back in Erika Foster’s world and tracking the killer. I’ll be reviewing it next week on publication day!

The Girl Upstairs has been both on my Netgalley and my purchased shelves for some time. I really enjoyed this debut from Georgina Lees and will be getting my review up soon.

I ended up abandoning A Certain Hunger. The start I really enjoyed but then for me, it didn’t maintain the same interest for me. Life is too short to continue books I’m not enjoying!

What am I reading next?!?

This brace of thrillers is out on 21 July so they’re next up from the reading pile! I really enjoyed Sarah Pearse’s The Sanatorium so I’m looking forward to what looks like a more warmer read (well backdrop anyway). When I read the blurb for The Hive, I knew instantly I had to read it!

So guys, what have you been reading??

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (29 June 2022)! What are you reading this week? #WWWWednesdays

  1. Lots of exciting books there! I just today finished Mya-Rose Craig’s Bird Girl which was a memoir about birding and social justice but had a LOT of detail about her mum’s mental health issues which wasn’t mentioned in the blurb but was quite distressing – I did push on and finish it. I’m also reading Running in the Midpack by Anji Andrews and Martin Yelling, which is a non-fiction running book for people who already know how to run, not something you get very often. Next up will be one of my July NetGalley books (several published on the same day so not sure which) and the next in my 20 Books of Summer but that won’t be for a while as just started Running in the Midpack. Enjoy your next thrillers!

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