Saturday, February 1, 2014

February's In the Queue


Tired of the cold?  Find a nice warm spot on the sofa and sit down with one of these great books. The cold will soon be forgotten as you turn the pages of these exciting new books.

The Counterfeit Agent by Alex Berenson
John Wells is Called in to investigate a tip that there is a radioactive package headed to the US from Dubai. As the threat level jumps, Wells' mission is to find out what's going on and fix it.

Deepest Secret: A Novel by Carla Buckley
The Deepest Secret is part intimate family drama, part gripping page-turner, exploring the profound power of the truths we are scared to face about our marriages, our children and ourselves.

Twisted Sisters by Jen Lancaster
A charming comedy that will make you laugh and cry as sibling rivalry goes public.

The Red Road by Denise Mina
Alex Morrow faces her toughest opponents yet, in this brilliant new thriller about criminals, consequences, and convictions.

Bark Stories by Lorrie Moore
The eight stories in Moore's latest collection are laugh-out-loud funny, as well as full of pithy commentary on contemporary life and politics.

Doing Harm by Kelly Parsons
A chilling and compelling debut thriller that takes you into the hospital and details the politics and hierarchy among doctors. Add a psychopathic med student and chaos begins for the chief resident, Steve Mitchell. His life is torn apart as his patients begin to die. Can he find the next victim and stop the killer before it is too late? 

The Good Luck of Right Now by Matthew Quick
A quirky coming-of-age story about an earnest, guileless 38-year-old man who has never lived alone, when his mom passes away he finds a mysterious letter that was sent to her. This sets in motion his plan to find himself. This is a funny and tender story about family, friendship, grief and acceptance.

Like a Mighty Army by David Weber
Weber's seventh far-future Safehold novel is a complex and fascinating epic about change, identity, and the nature of faith.

HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes
A riveting political biography that journeys into the heart  of "Hillaryland" to discover a brilliant strategist at work. Masterfully unfolded by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes.

Glitter and Glue: A Memoir by Kelly Corrigan
A funny and thought provoking memoir, which illuminates the changing relationships between mothers and their children.

The Race Underground: Boston, New York and the Incredible Rivalry that Built America's First Subway by Doug Most
The Race Undergound is a great American saga of two rival cities, their rich, powerful and sometimes corrupt interests, and an invention that changed the lives of millions.

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