Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Laydown Lowdown

Everyone is familiar with the idion, "March goes in like a lion and out like a lamb."  It certainly seems to be ringing true in our area as we experience below freezing temperatures this week but there are also a lot of new books to roar about this week.

Best-selling author, David Baldacci, releases his first novel for Young Adults with "The Finisher."  Other new releases in the genre include "Searching for Beautiful," by Nyrae Dawn, "Steadfast," by Claudia Gray, "16 Things I Thought Were True," by Janet Gurtler, "Panic," by Lauren Oliver, "Exposure," the 4th "Virals" novel by Kathy Reichs, and "The Winner's Curse," by Marie Rutkoski.

Moving to Mystery/Thriller you'll find "The Black Eyed Blonde," by Benjamin Black, "Murder in Pigalle," by Cara Black, "City of Darkness and Light," by Rhys Bowen, "The Bootlegger," the 7th "Isaac Bell," novel by Clive Cussler, "How to Paint a Cat," by Rebecca M. Hale, and "Bone Deep," by Randy Wayne White.

Slide over to Science Fiction/Fantasy to discover "The Weirdness," by Jeremy P. Bushnell, "Black Moon," by Kenneth Calhoun, "Honor Among Thieves," by James S.A. Corey, "The Emissary," by Patricia Cori, "Notes from the Internet Apocalypse," by Wayne Gladstone, "Ghost Train to New Orleans," by Mur Lafferty, "Words of Radiance," by Brandon Sanderson, and "The Barrow," by Mark Smylie.  

Run by Romance for "Theirs to Cherish," by Shayla Black, "A Simple Hope," by Rosalind Lauer, "Hidden Agendas," by Lora Leigh, "Need You Tonight," by Roni Loren, "Reaper's Vow," by Sarah McCarty, and "Four Years Later," by Monica Murphy.

Will any of these books make your "to-read" list?  Share with us!  Remember to support your local bookstores whenever possible.

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