Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Laydown Lowdown

I hope nobody pulled any tricks on you yesterday.  No foolin' today, there are lots of great new releases this week.

First up in Romance, one of my favorite authors, Julie James, releases her latest
"FBI/US Attorney" tale, "Love Irresistibly."  Ms. James is a former attorney which I believes help make her novel realistic and relate-able.  Other new releases in Romance include Maya Banks' second novel in the "Breathless Trilogy," "Fever," plus "Naughtier and Wilder," by Lora Leigh and Jaci Burton and "Starting Now," by Debbie Macomber.

Over in Mystery, James Patterson's former writing partner Andrew Gross, now a best-selling author in his own right, presents his latest thriller, "No Way Back." Other new releases in the genre today include "Afterwards," by Rosamund Lupton, "The Baker Street Translation," by Michael Robertson, and "Another Sun," by Timothy Williams.

Skipping to Science Fiction/Fantasy and you'll find "Protector: Foreigner #14," by C.J. Cherryh, "Prophet of Bones," by Ted Komatka and "Without a Summer," by Mary Robinette Kowal.

Finally, two Young Adult series' come to a close "Rise," the last book in the "Eve" trilogy by Anna Carey and  "Light," the sixth and final book in "Michael Grant's "Gone."  Mercedes Lackey also releases, "Sacrifices," the third book in her "Shadow Grail" series today.

Will any of these new releases be making your "to-read" list?  Share with us.  Happy Reading and remember to support your local bookstores whenever possible.

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