I've also read lots of great books to which I've given 4.5* which you can find HERE, and all the 4* are HERE .
A click on the title will take you to the review, and I've also written a quick line to say how I discovered the book, as I think this is interesting for both readers and writers alike. I've listed them in the order I read them.
I've linked most of the authors' Twitter handles so you can follow them if you wish, too.
4. THE FABRIC OF MURDER by William Savage
18th Century Murder Mystery
I read the author's first book in my capacity as a member of Rosie Amber's Book Review Team.
I liked it so much I've read and reviewed both his others; this is my favourite. @penandpension on Twitter.
5. OCTOBER RAIN by Dylan Morgan
A Rosie Amber's Review Team choice
@dylanjmorgan on Twitter
6. THE ART OF STAYING DEAD by Joel Hames
I read Mr Hames's first book (discovered via a promotional tweet); didn't like the subject matter but loved the way he writes, so thought I'd give this one a go.
@BankersTown on Twitter
7. BLACKWATER by Alison Williams
17th century witch hunts, novella
Discovered the sequel via Twitter ages ago, and for some reason had never got round to reading this, too - glad I did!
@Alison_Williams on Twitter
8. FIVE BOOKS by Jon Krakauer
I discovered the books of Jon Krakauer earlier in the year and decided to lump them all together as they're all brilliant! Above is the link to Under The Banner of Heaven, with links to my reviews of the others.
9. THE CALL OF THE WILD by Jack London
Classic; 19th goldrush century adventure
I read about this in one of Jon Krakauer's books, so thought I'd give it a whirl.
10. JASPER: Book Two of the Tudor Trilogy by Tony Riches
Plantagenet/Tudor historical fiction
A Rosie Amber Review Team choice. Author is @tonyriches