My top 20 favourite novels

Here’s a list of my top twenty favourite books ever (these include those I have read in my childhood):

‘What Katy Did’ (Susan Coolidge) ‘Vendetta’ (Marie Corelli) ‘Little Women’ (Louisa May Alcott) ‘The Other Side of Midnight'(Sidney Sheldon) ‘Coma’ (Robin Cook) ‘The Namesake’ (Jhumpa Lahiri) ‘After the Reunion’ (Rona Jaffe) ‘Gone with the wind’ (Margaret Mitchell) ‘The Glass Lake’ (Maeve Binchy) ‘Wicked Pleasures’ (Penny Vincenzi) ‘The Naughtiest Girl’ (the entire series by Enid Blyton) ‘Deceptions’ (Judith Michael) ‘Airport’ (Arthur Hailey) ‘I would rather stay poor’ (James Hadley Chase) ‘Jane Eyre’ (Charlotte Bronte) ‘Heidi’ (Johanna Spyri) ‘The Pelican Brief’ (John Grisham) ‘The Poet’ (Michael Connelly) ‘Pretend you don’t see her’ (Mary Higgins Clark) ‘Pride and Prejudice’ (Jane Austen)

I look forward to hearing about some of your favourite novels 🙂

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