TBR List

I wanted to share the books on my TBR list that I have received from NetGalley.

At NetGalley you can request to review books, and if you are accepted you will receive a digital copy for free. You will not always be accepted (especially if the publisher has reached the limit of copies to give out), but the more books you review, the higher your chance of being accepted is. You are also under no obligation to review a book and there is no time limit either. The only thing you have to do is download the book before it is archived because once it is archived you can no longer download and review it. Even though all the books I received from NetGalley are mysteries and thrillers, there are tons of categories to choose from including general fiction, young adult, sci-fi, fantasy, romance, and nonfiction. The books on my TBR list from NetGalley include:


Bring Her Home by David Bell: I have started reading this book. In Bring Her Home, Bill’s daughter Summer and her best friend Haley disappear and days later they are found in a park. Haley is pronounced dead on the scene, and Summer is beaten beyond recognition. As Bill spends time with Summer, the only word she can say is No and he begins wondering what happened to her and if she is really his daughter. Bill soon learns that the living and dead have secrets and the truth will open old wounds.

$10.45 at Amazon




Saving Paradise by Mike Bond: Saving Paradise is about a Special Forces veteran named Pono who finds a journalist that drowned off Waikiki, Hawaii. While trying to find out why she died, Pono finds himself hunted and blamed for her death. Pono turns to his Special Forces buddies to save himself and find her killer.

$15.78 at Amazon





Give Up the Dead by Joe Clifford: Give Up the Dead follows Jay who lost his wife and son through a divorce 3 years ago. Jay is just now putting his life back together until a stranger offers him a large sum of money to find a missing teenager. Skeptical of the offer, Jay passes, but the next morning his boss is found beaten and left for dead and Jay is the main suspect. As Jay starts finding clues, he realizes the two cases are connected.

$16 at Amazon




Enigma by Catherine Coulter: In Enigma Savich stops a crazy man from harming a pregnant woman, and the man falls into a coma and can only be identified by a wristband marked with E 2. The newborn baby is then kidnapped from the hospital and Savich realizes there is a connection between the kidnapping and John Doe. Meanwhile Liam Hennessey escapes while being transported to a federal penitentiary and Savich sends agents Cam Wittier and Jack Cabot after him.

$11 at Amazon




Blood Truth by Matt Coyle: In Blood Truth Rick finds a safe that unlocks the clues to why his father was kicked off the police force 27 years ago and then went into a drunken death. As Rick is unraveling his father’s past, the woman he still loves asks him to find out if her husband is having an affair or is involved in something much worse.

$15.98 at Amazon





Gambrelli and the Prosecutor by Laurence Giliotti: Gambrelli and the Prosecutor is set in 1934 in France when the police arrest the Ministry of Justice for murdering his mistress. Chief Inspector Gambrelli is put in charge of the case and he begins investigating the lives of the prosecutor, his wife, and his mistress. Meanwhile detectives are searching for the murdered woman’s younger sister fearing she may become the next victim.

$12.95 at Amazon




The Devil’s Prayer by Luke Gracias: The Devil’s Prayer is about a nun who commits suicide in front of thousands in Spain, and in Australia Siobhan recognizes the nun as her mother who disappeared 6 years ago. Siobhan travels to the isolated convent and finds a book with her mother’s final confession and The Devil’s Prayer, an ancient text with the power to unleash apocalyptic horrors. Siobhan must escape an order extremist monks who want the Prayer to save the world from destruction.

$6.24 at Amazon




Seven Suspects by Renee James: Seven Suspects follows Bobbi who has survived rape, gender transition, a murder investigation, bullying and bigotry to become a successful businesswoman. Along the way she has made many enemies, and now one of them is stalking her. As the threats become more violent and personal, Bobbi makes a list of 6 suspects and confronts them one by one, but as she does the 7th suspect keeps haunting her.

$16 at Amazon




Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka: In Girl in Snow a beloved high schooler named Lucinda is found murdered, and three people connected to her come forth; Cameron who loved Lucinda too much and believes he knows her better than anyone else, Jade who hates Lucinda because she took her babysitting job and best friend from her, and Russ who is the officer assigned to her case. Russ must journey through the past to solve Lucinda’s murder.

$11 at Amazon




Naked We Came by Robert Lane: Naked We Came follows Jake who has been searching for the man who abducted and killed his sister 30 years ago. Now the man suspected of killing her washed up on the beach near Jake’s house and days before confessed to the murder. Jake believes the confession was forced and searches for the truth to bring justice to his sister and personal closure for himself.

$13.94 at Amazon





The Unforgotten by Laura Powell: The Unforgotten is set in 1956 when a series of murders brings reporters to Betty’s small fishing village. Betty befriends one of the reporters and soon they find themselves entangled with the murders with an innocent man’s life on the line.

$16 at Amazon






Final Girls by Riley Sager: In Final Girls Quincy went on vacation with 5 friends 10 years ago and came back as the only survivor of Pine Cottage. Quincy become known as the Final Girls along with Lisa who lost 9 sorority sisters and Sam who went up against the Sack Man. Quincy’s life was going well until Lisa is found dead in her bathtub and Sam shows up on her doorstep. Quincy must separate Sam’s truths from lies and remember what really happened at Pine Cottage.

$12.78 at Amazon



You can also check out my reviews of several other books I received from NetGalley including Are You Sleeping, Blackout, and Framed and Burning.

Have you read any of these books? What books would you recommend?

42 thoughts on “TBR List

  1. Wow. These certainly seem to be a very cool number of books to be sure. I’m sorry to say that I haven’t read any of these. But that said I have to say that the one that interests me the most is Give up the dead. I really like the premise of this one. Never exactly knew how Netgalley worked. But that’s pretty cool. As I’m reading way too less at the moment…I’m not going to give this a shot. But for people that really read a lot that is a very cool deal indeed.

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    1. I agree NetGalley is really cool & like I said there’s no time limit so you could review the book whenever you got around to it! Like some of these books are from last summer woops but I’m slowly making my way through them!

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  2. This sounds so interesting, what a cool way to get to read a load of books. I haven’t heard of any of these but they sound really interesting, seven suspects sounds super cool!

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  3. These books all sound amazing! I do regret not reading more books last year but I’m determined to read a lot more this year and these are some great recommendations!


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  4. These looks fantastic! NetGalley is a fantastic way to discover new authors, and even some older authors that you might not be familiar with. Do you typically read suspense/mystery, or are you like me, where you go in spurts in different genres?

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  5. You like similar books to what I like! I love thrillers and detective type books, I think Im a frustrated Detective haha. This sounds like a great idea to review books, I may look into it. Thanks for sharing so many books on my want to read list now!

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