DB Tait

love can be dangerous …

I read eighty books in 2015 which is down on previous years. In no particular order, although Station Eleven was my favourite.

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
The Girl with All the Gifts by M.R. Carey
Those Who Hunt the Night by Barbara Hambly
Life After Life by Kate Atkinson
The Spring Bride by Anne Gracie
After Hours by Cara McKenna
The Secret Place by Tana French
Three Weeks With Lady X by Eloisa James
Talent For Trouble by Susan Sey
One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway by Åsne Seierstad
Resurrection Bay by Emma Viskic

I did have two novels and a novella published, so all in all a good year. In 2016 I hope to get the next in the Dark Mountain series, Fatal Deception finished, re-visist my alter-ego Keziah Hill and see what she has in mind (maybe a novella) and finish another shorter romantic suspense.

What does 2016 have in store for you?

4 thoughts on “Best books read in 2015

  1. Evelyn says:

    Great recommendations! I have loved your books in 2015 & can’t wait for the 3rd in the series! You’re an inspiration to follow your calling, to work hard at it and back yourself!


  2. DB Tait says:

    Thanks Evelyn! Hugs and kisses to you.


  3. Interesting list, Deb. I’ve only read the Sey and the McKenna and adored them both. I’ve read a couple of Kate Atkinson’s detective stories and really liked them. And I’ve heard great things about Liane Moriarty. Thanks for the other recommendations!

    And congratulations on all the releases this year – that’s fabulous!


  4. DB Tait says:

    Thanks Anna! I read Sey and McKenna on your recommendations!


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