This week, The Broke and the Bookish have chosen the topic "Top Ten Books I Enjoyed That Have Under 2000 Ratings On Goodreads." So, I consulted my (by no means comprehensive) Goodreads list and came up with these, which I'm arranging alphabetically by author (because I can!):
Vendetta for the Saint by Leslie Charteris -- the first full-length Saint adventure I read, and so much fun.
An Unexpected Cookbook by Rachael Chris-Oseland -- a delightful, delicious cookbook.
And Now Tomorrow by Rachel Field -- a heart-warming, inspiring story of a woman struggling to figure out who she is and what she wants.
Corral Nocturne by Elisabeth Grace Foley -- a charming western re-telling of the Cinderella story.
Henry Tilney's Diary by Amanda Grange -- a delightful retelling of Northanger Abbey!
Keeping Watch by Laurie R. King -- a thriller, which I liked sooo much better than the book it follows, Folly.
Bring Me a Unicorn by Anne Morrow Lindbergh -- a consuming collection of letters and diary entries that detail the author's adolescence and the beginnings of her romance with famous aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh.
A Skeleton in God's Closet by Paul L. Maier -- a fictional story of a startling archaeological mystery.
A Family Affair by Rex Stout -- my absolute favorite Nero Wolfe mystery.
What about you? Do you have favorite books that don't seem to be as popular as they ought to be? Have you read any of these?