New Titles by Popular Authors

Hello! It has been such a long while since we’ve posted, but we’re back! I want to start this post talking about Hoopla, one of our streaming services. The ebook and audio holdings have been very impressive lately: Her Hidden Genius by Marie Benedict, News of the World by Paulette Jiles; a biography of Lee Child, called The Reacher Guy, and False Witness by Karin Slaughter. Hoopla has a “Book Club Hub” with several titles that are good for group discussion. The great thing is there are no holds or waiting period – everything is instantly available, so your entire book club can check out the same title! There is also a feature called “Netflix Book Club,” which showcases books on which some Netflix series are based. Some of the new films available are Arctic Void, the 2021 thriller about a small tourist vessel in the Arctic where all but three passengers disappear; East of the Mountains, starring Tom Skerritt as a dying heart surgeon who goes on an epic journey; and Infinitum, which is a science fiction version of the movie Groundhog Day. Please give this service a try; you will be pleased with their selection of all formats.
We have several new books in by popular, high-demand authors: Robert B. Parker’s Bye Bye Baby by Ace Atkins; Criminal Mischief by Stuart Woods; End of Days: A Pike Logan Novel by Brad Taylor; Quicksilver by Dean Koontz; The Horsewomen and The Paris Detective, both by James Patterson; Her Hidden Genius by Marie Benedict; Find Me by Alifair Burke; Invisible by Danielle Steel; One Step Too Far by Lisa Gardner, and Preacher’s Inferno by William Johnstone. James Rollins begins a new science fiction and fantasy series with The Starless Crown, a character-driven dystopian adventure. The last installment of Jayne Ann Krentz’s Fogg Lake series is Lightning in a Mirror.
In nonfiction we have James Patterson’s newest, titled The Defense Lawyer: The Barry Slotnick Story, about the attorney who represented some notorious criminals and negotiated Melania Trump’s prenup agreement with former President Trump. Also just in is Carl Bernstein’s memoir, Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom, which is about the beginning of his journalism career.
Happy reading, and check back in a week or two! There are several exciting titles that will be released in early March.