January: Girt - David Hunt
February: The Heist - Lee Goldberg and Janet Evanovich
March: Murder can kill your social life - Selma Eichler
April: The way some people die - Ross Macdonald, In Cold Blood - Truman Capote
May: The Zebra-Striped Hearse - Ross Macdonald
June: Red Dragon and The Silence of the Lambs - Thomas Harris,
July: The Black Dahlia - James Ellroy, Hannibal - Thomas Harris
September: Wolf Hall - Hilary Mantel
October: Orange is the new black - Piper Kerman
November: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Agatha Christie, The Martian - Andy Weir, The Shining Girls - Lauren Beukes
December: The ABC Murders - Agatha Christie, Solaris - Stanislaw Lem
17 down last year. I've really got to stop persisting with books that don't 'grab' me, it takes so long to finish them because I can only obligation read so many pages before I get bored or distracted by something shiny. I'm talking to you "The Heist".
I want to get my hands on a lot more Ross Macdonald and more Lauren Beukes and I see that a sequel to Girt was released in time for christmas and (harrumpf) no-one bought it for me.
I did get the sequel to Wolf Hall though, Bringing out the Bodies. I love that it's so thick means I don't have to do that thing where you read slower on purpose so you can spend more time there.