Saturday, February 2, 2013

February's In The Queue


 
Normally I only post three titles for In the Queue; however, February has a plethora of wonderful debut novelists which I included so you will have the opportunity to find a wonderful new author and an exciting new book!

The Woman From Paris by Santa Montefiore
Filled with luscious scenery and enchanting characters, Santa Montefiore's novel confirms the remarkable power of love to heal broken families and tender hearts.

Coolidge by Amity Shlaes
Coolidge is a riveting and eye-opening biography of the little known president who presided over a period of stunning growth and optimish. Learn how effective, creative and responsible leadership can be.

Debut Novels

Ghostman by Roger Hobb
A stunningly dark, hugely intelligent and thoroughly addictive debut novel. Ghostman is a fast-paced crime fiction novel which is masterfully written.


Calling Me Home by Julie Kibler is a soaring debut novel. A story that tells a tale of forbidden love and friendship that bridges the gap between race and age.  This beautifully written story will capture you from the first word and keep you turning pages until its final conclusion.

Autobiography of Us: a Novel by Beth Aria an intelligent captivating story about two women who are friends. It is a story of thwarted friendship, ambition and love.  A story not to be missed.   
Dreams and Shadows: A Novel by C. Robert Cargill is a stunning and evocative debut novel. It delves into the magic and monster that lies within each of us. If you enjoy contemporary fantasy novelists like Neil Gaiman you will not want to miss this book.

The Office of Mercy: A Novel by Ariel Djaniakian writes a story the is a postapocolypitc thriller. If you enjoyed the Hunger Games you will not want to miss this novel. It is fiction as its best and includes high-stakes adventure and romance! If you enjoyed Suzanne Collins'  Hunger Games you will not want to miss this novel.




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