Just like last month, I read 14 books, however I didn't hit that 5-star mark anywhere near as often in May.
That said, I did read some great books which included the graphic novel adaptation of The Hunter by Richard Stark, adapted by Darywn Cooke and the second book in the Broken Well Trilogy, Destiny's Rift by Sam Bowing - bonus points as it was also a book I ticked off my Mount TBR list.
Speaking of which...
My book of the month, The Devil in the Marshalsea by Antonia Hodgson; a historical crime set in a debtors gaol in late 1700's London. Published in 2014, it'd been on my tbr shelf for 4 years and was another of the books on my Mount TBR challenge page. Glad I finally got around to it.
Some of the other books I really enjoyed include the following in no particular order:
A Lesson in Violence by Jordan Harper (crime)
Getting Carter by Nick Triplow (non-fiction)
Noir by Christopher Moore (crime/humor)