A. A toute berzingue by Kenneth Cook
French version of Australian author Kenneth Cook's novel "Fear is the Rider" published in 2016, a horrible chase into the Australian outback.
B. Blood hunt, by Ian Rankin
A suspenseful crime novel.
Γ. Γράμμα στον Κωστή, Ξένια Καλογεροπούλου
"Letter to Kostis" is a book by the Greek actress Xenia Kalogeropoulou who started writing to her husband one day after he died. A wonderful tribute.
C. C'est beau une ville la nuit (It's beautiful, a city by night), Richard Bohringer
The first book written by the French actor Richard Bohringer. Published in 1988, very "Buckowsky like".
D. Dying to Sin, Stephen Booth
8th volume of the British crime series featuring the detectives Ben Cooper and Diane Fry
F. Fever by Deon Meyer
An amazing post-apocalyptic novel written by one of my favorite authors, so far my best read of the year.
H. Hypothermie, by Arnaldur Indridason
An investigation by detective Erlendur Sveinsson in Reykjavik.
K. Kernok le pirate, by Eugène Sue
A 19th century pirate story.
L. Lettres de mon moulin (Letters from my windmill), by Alphonse Daudet
Classic French short stories supposedly written in a windmill in the South of France (actually the author never moved from is house in Paris outskirts when producing them).
Λ. Λαμπερή μέρα (Bright Day) by Amanda Michalopoulou
A short stories collection.
Μ. Moonfleet by John Meade Falkner
A tale of smuggling, royal treasure and shipwreck.
N. Neige (Snow) by Maxence Fermine
A splendid first novel, the story of a young poet in Japan
O. O αντράς που αγαπούσε την γυναίκα μου (Τhe man who loved my wife) by Kostas Katsouliaris
The story of a jealous man obsessed by the idea that his wife is having an affair.
Π. Πανσέλινος (Full Moon) by Antonio Muñoz Molina
The Greek version of a gripping Spanish thriller.
Q. Quelqu'un pour qui trembler, by Gilles Leagardinier
A very shallow feel-good novel. Not really my cup of tea but I read it to the end anyway.
S. Sept jours, by Deon Meyer
A gripping crime investigation by Captain Benny Griessel in South Africa.
T. The age of innocence by Edith Wharton
A portrait of desire and betrayal during the Golden Age of Old New York, a time when society people dreaded scandal more than disease. Pulitzer prize 1921.
U. Une ou deux choses à changer (One or Two things to change) by Sybil Lane
An erotic short story, read for the purposes of a reading challenge (the Bingo 2018, French forum). I could have done without it.
Φ. Φύση γυμνή, by Erri De Luca
Greek version of the novel La natura esposata published in 2016. Beautiful.
W. Watchman by Ian Rankin
A spy novel, the first book by Ian Rankin I have read, certainly not the last one
Z. Zulu, by Caryl Ferey
Murders, gangs, drug, trafficking, Apartheid, a crime novel in South Africa .