Wednesday’s Word = QUIET #WednesdaysWord #booklovers

Most readers will acknowledge that some words reappear time and time again in titles. Often these words are associated with a particular genre. Case in point: “The girl on the train” and “Gone girl” spawned countless thriller titles with the word ‘girl’ in the title.

My pick for Wednesday’s Word this week is ‘QUIET‘. In this post I’ve selected 22 novels with the word ‘QUIET’ in the title as a way of sharing my book love.

These titles cover a broad range of  genres – with literary fiction, mystery, women’s fiction, and thrillers to name but a few.

Just click on the cover to read the book’s synopsis from Goodreads.

You might just find your next favorite book!

Are you tempted by any of these covers?

Which cover MOST APPEALS to YOU?
Have you read one of these titles and absolutely LOVED it?

If you’ve added even ONE of these titles to YOUR TBR,
Please let me know in the comments.

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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21 Responses to Wednesday’s Word = QUIET #WednesdaysWord #booklovers

  1. Carla says:

    I have Brave Girl, Quiet Girl and Such a Quiet Place on my TBR and hope to read them before the end of the summer. I just checked and I also have Quiet Neighbors on my TBR. Not too often, but I have one suggestion for you. Do you read Lisa Scottoline at all? She wrote Keep Quiet which I enjoyed and gave 4 Stars. A few others to check out from your list as is usual, Lynne.

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  2. Carla says:

    I have Brave Girl, Quiet Girl and Such a Quiet Place on my TBR, but need to get them in my rotation to read them. Most of the others are new to me, so off I go down that Goodreads Rabbit Hole.

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  4. Quiet is a wonderful word! Very nice feature 🙂

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  5. WendyW says:

    I have not read any of these, but most of them have a very mysterious look to them. Great job finding so many books with the word Quiet!

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  6. Karen Odden says:

    Hi Lynne, I haven’t read any of these QUIET books, though I’ve read other books by some of these authors. I’m just enjoying your posts and your site! I discovered you through another author/panelist at the Historical Novel Society conference (held virtually, in June), and I’ve been cruising around it the past day, reading around. I know you’re not accepting new books for review, but I hope someday you’ll be able to take a look at mine. My next (available on NetGalley) is DOWN A DARK RIVER, and it might be up your alley. Historical mystery, 1870s London. Thank you for all the time and energy you devote to promoting books and encouraging the reading community. Your passion is obvious. You’re the reader we writers write for!!! Happy Wednesday 🙂

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  7. It seems to me the inclusion of “quiet” in a book’s title is often a sign that the atmosphere of the story will be anything but quiet!

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  8. Your cover series is really something. I don’t know how you keep coming up with ideas. Good job once again.

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  9. happytonic says:

    Out of all of these I’ve only read Quiet as a nun by Antonia Fraser. Then again, one of my favourite classics is All Quiet on the Western Front… Great selection, Lynne! Love these posts.


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