Monthly TBR: February 2020

Hey everyone!

It’s time for my February TBR. I didn’t have the best reading month in January, and it wasn’t the most positive start to this year of reading. Hopefully things will improve this month, with the books I have chosen.

For this month, I have picked out 5 books, including the books I began reading towards the end of January.


BOOK 1: Who Killed Ruby? by Camilla Way

This is the book that I started last month. Although I haven’t read much of it, this story is pretty good so far, and is definitely an improvement over the last couple of books I have read.


BOOK 2: Do The Birds Still Sing In Hell? by Horace Greasley

Again, this is a book which I started last month. I haven’t read much of this yet either. I only really started it because I bought it while I was out, and then had an opportunity to read, but had left my current read at home! I already know that this story is going to have me in tears.


BOOK 3: Avenge The Dead by Jackie Baldwin

I will be reading Avenge the Dead for a blog tour, which I am taking part in this month. My stop on the tour is a review post, and it will be up on Saturday 29th February.


BOOK 4: Searching For Edgar’s Five Dancers by Efren O’Brien

This has been on my NetGalley shelves for such a long time, but due to a backlog of requests and arcs, I just haven’t gotten to it yet. I am really looking forward to this one. It is an art related, historical fiction, mystery/thriller novel, which combines everything I enjoy reading, so I have very high expectations for this one!


BOOK 5: The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

Another one which has been on my NetGalley shelves for quite a while. I have seen so many good reviews for this book, and for Ruth Ware as an author, but I have never read any of her work, so I am looking forward to seeing what all the hype is about.


Which books are on your February TBR?
Have you read any of the books on mine?
If yes, what did you think?

Let me know in the comments!

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