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    Annika
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    Due to the pandemic, I’ve actually been able to read a bit more than I usually do, so I hope I’ll get a nice list this year. So far, I’ve read the following:

      Daisy Goodwin: Victoria
      Daisy Goodwin: The Fortune Hunter
      C.S. Lewis: The Chronicles of Narnia
      Lucy Worsley: Eliza Rose
      Robert Hutchinson: Henry VIII
      Raymond E. Feist: Magician: Apprentice (Re-Read)
      Robert Harris: Munich
      Ben Aaronovitch: False Value
      Neil Gaiman: Norse Mythology (Re-Read)
      Helen Rappaport/Daisy Goodwin: The Victoria Letters
      Kyra Cornelius Kramer: Blood Will Tell – A Medical Explanation of the Tyranny of Henry VIII
      Lucy Worsley: Queen Victoria
      Erik Larson: The Splendid and the Vile
      William Shaw: Salt Lane
      William Shaw: Deadland
      William Shaw: Grave’s End
      Andew Wilson: Shadow of the Titanic
      Peter Collier/David Horowitz: The Kennedys
      Nic Compton: Titanic on Trial
      Stephen King: Pet Sematary
      Alexander Larman: The Crown in Crisis
      Joan Wolf: The Road to Avalon (Re-Read)
      Mary S. Lovell: The Sisters – The Saga of the Mitford Family
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    September:

    Kate Moore: The Radium Girls (Re-Read)
    Stephen King: Salem’s Lot
    Deborah Cadbury: Princes at War (Re-Read)

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    October to December:

    Deborah Cadbury: Princes at War
    Kenneth Weisbrode: Churchill and the King
    Bram Stoker: Dracula (Re-Read)
    Stephen Fry: Troy
    Jane Ridley: Bertie: A Life of Edward VII
    Norman Ohler: Blitzed
    Adam Higginbotham: Midnight in Chernobyl

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    Overall, I’ve read 33 books in 2020 (or slightly more if you count the Narnia books separately), which really isn’t bad.

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