Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Frigid temperatures below freezing are expected in our area this week. I'd hibernate like a bear all winter if it was socially and financially possible. This time of year is the best time of year to stay in with a good book. Especially one set somewhere warm.
Mystery fans, may want to travel to Hawaii in "Aloha, Lady Blue" by Charley Memminger or work on "Arsenic and Old Puzzles," by Parnell Hall or discover, "A Woman of Consequence," by Anna Dean and "Suspect," by Robert Crais.
Romance lovers may want to bask in the "Moonlight Masquerade," by Jude Deveraux or feel the heat with "Unforgettable Love" by Mary A. Miller, or "Killing Time," by Cindy Gerard.
Science Fiction/Fantasy adventurers may wish to march off with "Imager's Battalion," by L.E. Modesitt Jr. or "The Six Gun Tarot," by R.S. Belcher.
Young Adult aficionados may drift away with "A Long, Long Sleep," by Anna Sheehan, "Everbound," by Brodi Ashton, "Nobody," by Jennifer Lynn Barnes or "Boundless," the latest in the "Unearthly" series by Cynthia Hand.
Will you fight the chill with any of this week's new releases? What books made your "to-read" list? Don't forget to support your local bookstores whenever possible. Happy Reading!!