I read 16 books in March which includes 7 books published this year. This month is probably the hardest so far to select just ONE book to be my pick of the month - seeing as this is my blog, my roles (fluid as they may be), I'm selecting a few of my top picks.
Of the 16 books read, I rated a whooping 8 of them 5 stars on Goodreads - what a great strike-rate for top reads! Some were re-reads (Blind Faith by Ben Elton), some had been sitting on my shelf waiting to be read for a very long time and were also on my Mount TBR Challenge (Down by the River Where the Dead Men Go by George Pelecanos), while others were newly/soon-to-be-published books such as The Fighter by Michael Farris Smith and The Cyclist by Anthony Neil Smith.
The cream of the crop goes to a couple of audiobooks in IQ by Joe Ide narrated by Sullivan Jones, true crime novel Black Dahlia Red Rose by Piu Maeir Eatwell narrated by Jeff Harding, and the newly published Australian non-fiction novel Ice Nation by Jason Bray published by Bonnier Publishing Australia which looks at a gang of Ice traffickers in rural parts of Victoria and New South Wales.
As always, happy reading.