So Sorry it’s been a while….

I’m so sorry it has been a while since my last post.  To be honest, I thought I had posted something new last week, but I must have failed to save the post.  Anyway, I’m so happy to be speaking with you again!  Please email me your questions or thoughts at sperry@uptexas.org.

Sorry that it’s been so long since our last post, but hopefully we’ll make up for it with some new titles by some of your favorite authors!  Let’s talk about most of your favorite genres:   Thrillers!

Harlen Coben’s newest, Boy From the Woods, is sure to keep you on your toes.  Thirty years ago, a man named Wilde was found as a feral young boy in the woods with no memory of where he came from.  Another child goes missing, and Wilde is thrust into a community where he doesn’t fit in, and must uncover secrets to find the missing child.

In Jonathan Kellerman’s newest Alex Delaware novel, LAPD Lietenant Milo Sturgis and Alex Delaware work to solve probably the most horrific and cruel murder case they’ve ever worked on.

J.D. Robb has written her 50th Eve Dallas novel, Golden in Death.  The book takes its title from a golden egg sent anonymously that when opened, it releases deadly toxic fumes.  Eve goes on a quest to find the madman who is sending the eggs.

James Grippando rips the theme of his next novel from the headlines in The Big Lie.  This story contains an Electoral College battle for the White House, a corrupt president, impeachment, and a winner of the popular vote who doesn’t win the presidency.

Preston and Child’s newest Agent Pendergast title, Crooked River, has Agent Pendergast solving his most difficult and horrifying murder ever.  Dozens of identical shoes, each containing a severed foot, wash up on the shore of Sanibel Island, Florida.

Surprise, Surprise!  James Patterson has a new title out – Blindside, a new installment in the Michael Bennett series.  Detective Michael Bennett is working against time to find the Mayor of New York’s daughter, who is missing, and to stop a serial killing spree that has national security implications.

For our western readers, we have two new William Johnstone titles in:  Bloody Trail of the Mountain Man and Preacher’s Frenzy.  Both are part of Johnstone’s Mountain Man series and contain plenty of action.

We have two novels coming in soon about Grace Kelly’s Life; The Girl in White Gloves by Kerri Maher and Grace Kelly’s Dress by Brenda Janowitz.  The first title, The Girl in White Gloves, attempts to show that no matter how glamorous her life appeared to us all, Princess Grace made great sacrifices to marry her prince and was terribly lonely.  The second title, The Grace Kelly Dress, is a story about how three generations of women are affected by their involvement with creating Princess Grace’s wedding dress.  If you enjoyed The Gown by Jennifer Robson, about the design and making of Queen Elizabeth’s wedding dress, then you will enjoy this book.  I’m so excited to tell you about more new books!  Check back with us in just a few days.

Sharon Perry

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