BookSeriesInOrder.com





Nick Petrie Series

May 2022: Books I Read Last Month

Book links take you to Amazon. As an Amazon Associate I earn money from qualifying purchases.

Written by Graeme

This month was a little bit light in reading as I had my family visiting from Scotland. I also was watching Schitt’s Creek. I don’t watch much TV so when I start going through a show, my reading suffers. I did get some reading done though!

Here’s what I read or listened to:

The Lewis Trilogy by Peter May: I read the entire Lewis Trilogy which is The Blackhouse, The Lewis Man and the Chessmen.

Absolutely loved this and I can see why so many people recommend this series. Highly, highly recommended is all I can say. Peter May is an incredible writer. While technically mysteries, these are so much more than that and just super good books.

The Hunter / Killer by Tom Wood: First book in the Victor the Assassin series. I’ve had this series on my list forever to read. I’m actually not finished the first book yet. Only 30% of the way in but absolutely loving it. If you are a fan of spy thrillers etc, highly recommended.

The Night Shift by Alex Finlay: A solid standalone thriller. Unfortunately, I listened to this one. Please don’t do that. I don’t want to be negative but there was one narrator who just isn’t suited for this type of genre. All of the audible reviews point it out too. This is one to read, not listen to.

Book Series In Order » Blog » May 2022: Books I Read Last Month

5 Responses to “May 2022: Books I Read Last Month”

  1. Joan: 1 month ago

    I have loved the Reacher series for years now, and have started re-reads of them. Did you change the ending in Tripwire?

    Reply
  2. Chris P: 2 months ago

    Check out The Island by Adrian McKinty. It’s soon to be a Netflix series. It will make you rethink visiting Australia. Keep up the good work.

    Reply
    • Graeme: 2 months ago

      Literally just finished that one yesterday. Really enjoyed it!

      Reply
  3. K: 3 months ago

    Hi, adore your site and have used it a lot.. while I enjoy the couy mysteries I also love Jack Reacher when times get tough, and I then read all the Nick Petiries, as of your recommendation and was happy. Am now very happy with Joseph Finder (Nick Heller and stand alones ) and think you should add them to you recommmenadations…they also hit the spot..
    have a good week and again, love your website.

    Reply
    • Graeme: 3 months ago

      Thanks for the feedback 🙂 Glad you enjoyed Petrie. That’s one every Reacher fan seems to love 🙂 Finder is one of my favourite authors ever 🙂

      Reply

Leave a Reply