The Fall season is the busiest time of year for fiction releases when publishers typically release new titles by high-demand authors. This season is no different, with plenty of new titles for you to enjoy. In fact, we have so many new books in that I’m splitting this into two blog posts!
Fern Michaels’ newest installment of the Sisterhood series, Rock Bottom, has just enough suspense to keep the reader turning the page but not so much as to ward off sleep! The Longmire Defense by Craig Johnson has Sheriff Walt Longmire on a cold case that gets very personal. After That Night by Karin Slaughter is the eleventh title in the Will Trent Thriller series. Just in time for Halloween, Laura Childs is back with Honey Drop Dead, another Tea Shop Mystery story that involves a brutal murder, a graveyard and of course, the Indigo Tea Shop. The newest installment in the NUMA Files series by Clive Cussler is Condor’s Fury and involves returning characters Kurt Austin and Joe Zavala and a mystery wrapped around members of a mysteriously damaged ship suffering from Havana Syndrome. For readers of the Blackbird trilogy by Heather Graham, Cursed at Dawn is the final installment that wraps up the story of vampire king Stephan Dante and FBI agents Della Hamilton and Mason Carter neatly. Dead Mountain, the newest Nora Kelly title by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, is compelling and grisly as Nora and her partner Corrie Swanson are determined to solve the mystery of the Dead Mountain campsite. Tom Clancy: Weapons Grade by Don Bentley is a Jack Ryan Jr. novel that blends a small Texas town and a team of South African hitmen into a thrilling quest for answers. Good Bad Girl by Alice Feeney has Feeney’s trademark surprise at the end, as well as some family drama, which make for a fast and exciting read. The Trade Off by Sandie Jones is a suspense novel that touches on a timely issue: how culpable are tabloids for the repercussions of their tricks? And lastly, one of my favorite writers, Alice Hoffman, writes about a cult in western Massachusetts, the magic of books, and the crossing path of the present with the past in The Invisible Hours. As in most of Hoffman’s books, this story does not disappoint. It has likeable and relatable characters, it harkens to a well-known and beloved American classic story, and has just enough magic to give the reader reason to believe.
Place your requests for these titles or check our catalog to see which are available for pick up today. I’ll post about our other new titles on Thursday. Happy Reading!