Thursday, March 28, 2013

April's In the Queue

If the fine weather we've been having is keeping you inside, perhaps it is time to curl up and read one of the new titles from this month's In the Queue.

Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight
When her high achieving 15-year-old daughter Amelia supposedly commits suicide her mother, Kate Baron, begins to reconstruct the pieces of Amelia's life to find the truth and vindicate the memory of her daughter. This is a literary thriller that despite its predicatablility is a wonderful novel.

Widow's Tears by Susan Wittig Albert
Mystery lovers will adore this unique mystery series. China Bales investigates the murder of a teller at the Pecan Springs Bank and follows the clues to a haunted bed and breakfast, which leads to even more intrigue.

Waiting to Be Heard: A Memoir by Amanda Knox
20-year-old Amanda Knox spent four years in a foreign prison for a crime she did not commit. Separated from her family, she was demonized by the International press and treated harshly by the Italian justice system, including the Italian police. This is her harrowing account of what she went through during her incarceration.


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