Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Laydown Lowdown

 It's that time of year when the winter doldrums can set in.  Fortunately, there are some great new books to pull you out of it.

Veronica Mars continues to unearth Neptune's darkest secrets with her latest adventure, "Mr. Kiss and Tell," by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham.  Look for my review later this week.  Other new releases in Mystery/Thriller include: "Puzzled Indemnity," by Parnell Hall, "Fear the Darkness," by Becky Masterman and "Serpents in the Cold," by Thomas O'Malley.

Over in Romance, you can heat things up with "Burned," by Karen Marie Moning or explore "What If," by Rebecca Donovan, "Something Wicked," by Carol Oates, and "The Yellow Wood," by Melanie Tam.

"Half a King," by Joe Abercrombie is released in paperback today in Science Fiction/Fantasy along with "Black Moon," by Kenneth Calhoun, and "The Crimson Campaign," by Brian McClellan.

"All Fall Down," the novel in Ally Carter's new "Embassy Row," series is released today in Young Adult.  "Avalon," by Mindee Arnett, "Maybe One Day," by Melissa Kantor, "The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley," by David Hutchinson, and "The Rule of Three: Fight for Power," by Eric Walters are also available.

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

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