#BookRecommendations with titles that start with the letter ‘G’ #booklovers #bookbloggers #GreatReads

This year I plan to go through the entire alphabet, one letter per month. For July 2021, the seventh month, I’m listing all of my favourite novels that begin with the letter ‘G‘. I am choosing these titles from the books I’ve read since I began blogging seriously – five years ago (when I retired). There are 10 books recommended here.

If the title begins with an initial article such as The, A, An etc., I will be using the second word.  For instance, “A Man called Ove” will be included in my M post. “The Silent Patient” will be listed in my S post.

Hopefully you’ll find something that interests you from these posts. As always, I’ve linked the book cover to Goodreads, and the title link will take you to my review of the book.


“Grief Cottage” by Gail Goodwin


“The Girl In The Red Coat” by Kate Hamer


“The Girls In The Garden” by Lisa Jewell


Gracelin O'Malley by Ann Moore“Gracelin O’Malley” / Ann Moore


“The Good Sister” by Sally Hepworth


“Girl Unknown” by Karen Perry


“Get Well Soon” by Marie-Sabine Roger


“Grave’s End” by William Shaw


“Gone Without A Trace” by Mary Torgussen


The Girl In The Garden” by Melanie Wallace


If you have already read any of these titles, I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

When someone asks me to recommend a book…

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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9 Responses to #BookRecommendations with titles that start with the letter ‘G’ #booklovers #bookbloggers #GreatReads

  1. Pamela Scully says:

    What a fun post! I have to comment because my most recent read was a “G” and I loved it! I am currently on a private investigator noir crime fiction kick and my favorite read of the summer as been “The Glass Alibi” by John Burns – have you heard of it? I loved the main character (a hyper cynical P.I. named Nick) and the premise was so cool and interesting. The author brings in a really unique tie-in to the seven deadly sins. I also really enjoyed wondering what or who Nick would run into next as he finds himself picking his way through the seedy upper tiers of San Francisco “high society” … It was a book I couldn’t put down and I enjoyed the dark humor along with the twists and turns throughout. If you haven’t heard of it you can check it out here – http://www.theglassalibi.com/
    Would love to hear your thoughts! Happy reading!

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  2. Carla says:

    I have read three of these Lynne. I really liked the ones I read: Gone Without a Trace, The Good Sister and Girls in the Garden. It was the first Mary Torgussen book I read and I will definitely read more.

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  3. WendyW says:

    I have not read any of these books, but that cover for “The Girl In The Red Coat” by Kate Hamer, is amazing!

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  4. Kelly says:

    I listened to The Good Sister last week, upon your recommendation. I really enjoyed it, I loved Fern and the narration was fantastic too.

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    • So happy to hear that you enjoyed “The Good Sister” Kelly. I’ve never been a huge fan of audiobooks, but I’m pleased that listening to the book didn’t spoil it for you. Thanks for letting me know. ♥

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