Fiction paperback Bestsellers of 2020

This is my selection of paperback fiction, thriller crime, mystery bestsellers so far in 2020.

American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins

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See Glass by Ido Graf

One Minute Out by Mark Greaney

Blindside by James Patterson and James O. Born

House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas

Walk The Wire by David Baldacci

The 20th Victim  by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

Hideaway by Nora Roberts

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

The Summer House by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois

Masked Prey by John Sandford

Camino Winds by John Grisham

Near Dark by Brad Thor

Golden in Death by J.D. Robb

The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben

These top fiction novels are the best of the best and are well worth a read. Many of them appear in the Washington Post bestsellers and New York Times bestsellers lists or on Amazon.

Though my main interest is in paperback books. Most of the above novels are available as audiobooks through Audible or one of the other companies or as eBooks.

Many of us are working or not at home, are taking staycations or some even holidays and we are keen to read more in our downtime.

I have tried to give you a wide selection of thriller writers work from both industry giants and relative newcomers.

Reading fiction is a great way to spend your time and to grow. It is now available in large print, paperback, hardback, e-book and audiobook.

The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco

Umberto Eco thriller

The Prague Cemetery thriller

The worldwide thriller best seller, The Prague Cemetery (Il cimitero di Praga, in Italian) is a fictional novel by Italian author Umberto Eco which was published in 2010.

The novel starts in Paris, France in March 1897. A man who is variously a secret agent, adventurer and forger is asked to investigate assassination and political intrigue which may affect the future of Europe. His name is Captain Simone Simonini.

Various  non-fictional characters appear in the novel including are Sigmund Freud, Maurice Joly  and Eugène Sue. The novel touches on freemasonry, conspiracy theories,  and devil worship.

This is a fascinating fiction book from Umberto Eco which, as always is written very well and which has an intricate plot. The novel is well worth a read.

De weltwäiten Thriller Bestseller, The Prague Cemetery (Il cimitero di Praga, op Italienesch) ass e fiktive Roman vum italieneschen Auteur Umberto Eco deen am Joer 2010 verëffentlecht gouf.

De Roman start zu Paräis, Frankräich am Mäerz 1897. E Mann, dee verschiddenst e Geheimagent, Abenteuer a Fälscher ass, gëtt gefrot fir Attentat a politesch Intrigen z’ënnersichen, déi d’Zukunft vun Europa beaflosse kënnen. Säin Numm ass de Kapitän Simone Simonini.

Verschidde net-fiktiv Personnagen erschéngen am Roman, ënner anerem si Sigmund Freud, Maurice Joly an Eugène Sue. De Roman beréiert Freemasonry, Verschwörungstheorien, an Däiwelveréierung.

Dëst ass e faszinéierend Fiktiounsbuch vum Umberto Eco dat, wéi ëmmer ganz gutt geschriwwen ass an deen en komplizéierte Komplott huet. De Roman ass derwäert ze liesen.

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