Hi Elizabeth,Sorry it has been so long since I last stopped by and I hope that you enjoyed your Christmas and New Year celebrations.I spent a few weeks off line, trying to decide whether or not Fiction Books should be closed down for good. I had almost made my mind up to that effect, when I came home one day only to find that hubbie had decided to reinvent the site, with an offer to help me with any ongoing technical issues as something of a joint venture. So now I am back and hoping to regain some of my blogging mojo!I thought I was bound to come up with at least one title for your challenge, but after searching through the title index of every review I have posted to Fiction Books, I couldn't find even one containing the word 'girls', how weird is that?By sheer coincidence though, the book I am reading right now, ahead of a Blog Tour spot, does have 'girl' in the title, so I hope you will allow me to use that instead ...https://www.fiction-books.biz/weekly-memes/mailbox-monday/mailbox-monday-2/'Girl Most Likely' by Max Allan Collins, is shaping up into a good thriller, after the 25% or so I have read so far.Great post and thanks for sharing your titles :)Yvonne xx
I saw a typo and had to re-do my comment. :)I am so glad you didn’t give up your blog. I love stopping by, Yvonne.It looks good. I saw it when I stopped by for Mailbox Monday!!Thanks for adding a “girl” title and for commenting.
All books I've read:The Forgotten GirlsThe Sandcastle GirlsGirl With a Pearl EarringThe Girl BeforeLocal Girl MissingGone GirlThe Diary of a Young GirlThe Girl on the TrainThe Girls in the GardenThe Good GirlThe Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's NestThe Girl Who Played with FireThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Two Girls DownFinal GirlsPretty GirlsThe Girl With a Clock for a Heart
Wow, Wow, Wow!!Great List.Thanks for commenting and for this great list, techeditor. :)
I've read many books with "girl" in the title, most recently An Anonymous Girl. I also loved Girl on the Train, Gone Girl, Girls in the Garden, Pretty Girls, The Girl Before, The Good Girl, Two Girls Down, and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.I am sure there will be more!
Nice list, Laurel.Thanks for sharing and commenting.
Just read The Beantown Girls (WWII setting)
Oh yes...I have that in my TBR.Thanks for commenting and for adding a title, Mystica.