Saturday, March 29, 2014

April's In the Queue

Here are April's In the Queue.

Fiction

Warriors: An Alex Hawke Novel
Ted Bell
As Tensions mount between China, North Korea and the U.S., Alex Hawke and Inspector Congreve must infiltrate China and stop WWIII.
 
Frog Music: A Novel
Emma Donoghue
In  the sweltering fall of 1876, a San Francisco French Burlesque dancer risks everything to bring his friend's murderer to justice.
 
Julie Glass
Kit Noonan seeks the father he never knew when his world falls apart. As he searches for answers, he learns what it means to be a father.

Everything to Lose
Andrew Gross
A dead driver and a satchel full of money entangle a desperate mother in a murderous conspiracy to keep a 20-year-old secret buried.
 
Claire Kendal
This debut novel is a mesmerizing psychological thriller about a woman who fights to escape an expert manipulator who seeks to possess her. Kendal paints a disturbing portrait of compulsion, control and terror. If you enjoyed Before I Go to Sleep by S J Watson you will love this book.

Beverly Lewis
Tessie Miller is Amish and although her father disapproves of the man she loves; she elopes with him. She keeps her marriage a secret until an unexpected challenge threatens the couple with censure.
Chris Moore
Moore brings back Pocket of Dog Snogging, his prodigious companion, Drool, and pet monkey Jeff for another round of satirizing the Bard of Avon by way of the Marx Brothers. Prepare for a rollicking play filled with historical whimsy.
Tatiana De Rosnay
Nicholas Duhamel discovers a family secret and in sorting through it writes a bestselling novel. Years pass and Nicholas learns that deeply buried family secrets don’t stay buried for long.
Non Fiction
 
Diane Keaton
Diane Keaton describes with humor the ups and downs of living in a beauty obsessed world.
 
Kay Robertson
This is an inside look at the Robertson women, you’ll find both fun and inspirational stories.
Robin Roberts
The beloved Good Morning America anchor shares her incredible journey and the lessons she learned along the way as she battled breast cancer, a rare blood disorder and coped with her mother’s death.
New Releases by Best Selling Authors
  
The Lincoln Myth by Steve Berry
Starfire by Dale Brown
Ghost Ship by Clive Cussler
Walking on Water by Richard Paul Evans
Suspicion by Joseph Finder
The One and Only by Emily Giffen
A Family Affair by Fern Michaels
Field of Prey by John Sandford
Keep Quiet by Lisa Scottoline
All Fall Down By Jennifer Weiner
Carnal Curiosity by Stuart Woods
 

 

 
 
 


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