Book 202: The Daylight Gate by Jeanette Winterson, 2012. 198 pages. Written to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Pendle Witch Trials. Review here.
Book 203: The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares by Joyce Carol Oates, 2011. 365 pages. Collection of non-supernatural horror tales. Review here.
Book 204: Atticus Claw Settles a Score (Atticus Claw #2) by Jennifer Gray, 2013. Illustrations by Mark Ecob. 220 pages. More fun with retired cat burglar Atticus. Review here.
Book 205: Natural Causes (Inspector McLean #1) by James Oswald, 2012. 458 pages. Scottish police procedural with supernatural theme.
Book 206: The Stolen Ones (Jessica Balzano and Kevin Byrne #7) by Richard Montanari, 2013. 458 pages. Gripping US police procedural. Reviews of Books 205 and 206.
Book 207: Away with the Fairies (Phryne Fisher, #11) by Kerry Greenwood, 2001. Unabridged Audiobook (8 hrs, 5 mins). Read by Stephanie Daniel. The one with fairies. Review here.
Book 208: The Mysteries of Glass by Sue Gee, 2004. 342 pages. Young curate has the hots for the vicar's wife in slow-paced Victorian drama. Review here.
Book 209: Raven Girl by Audrey Niffenegger, 2013. 80 pages. Graphic novel about a raven girl.
Book 210: After Dead: What Came Next in the World of Sookie Stackhouse by Charlaine Harris, 2013. Illustrations by Lisa Desimini. 208 pages. Reviews of Books 209 and 210.
Book 211: The Devil's Ribbon (Hatton and Roumande #2) by D. E. Meredith, 2011. 335 pages. Victorian forensic crime thriller with Irish political theme. Review here.
Books 212-213: In Search of Lost Time Vol 5: The Captive and the Fugitive by Marcel Proust, 1923/25. 814 pages. Continuing with the Year of Reading Proust project. Review here.
Book 214: Mayhem (Dr. Thomas Bond #1) by Sarah Pinborough, 2013. 339 pages. Victorian police procedural with supernatural aspects. Review here.
Book 215: The Solace of Leaving Early by Haven Kimmel, 2002. 315 pages. Rather heavy going drama set in small town USA. Review here.
Book 216: Bones of the Lost (Tempe Brennan #16) by Kathy Reichs, 2013. 336 pages. Latest in series of forensic thrillers. Review here.