Saturday, March 1, 2014

March's In The Queue


Here are this month's hot new picks!

Fiction
Steeped in Evil by Laura Childs
This cozy mystery has plenty of action, humor and a tantalizing array of teas and recipes as our heroine, Theodosia, sets out to solve another mystery.

Waking the Dead by Heather Graham
Danielle Cafferty and Michael Quinn must confront an evil work of art that somehow frees the people within the portrait to commit bloody crimes.

A Circle of Wives by Alice La Plante
Dr. John Taylor is dead and leaves behind three wives whom all had motives to kill him. Detective Adams must determine which wife, if any, led to Taylor's demise.

The Weight of Blood: A Novel by Laura McHugh
Lucy Dane is haunted by the loss of her mother and death of her friend, Cheri. She sets out to uncover the mystery of Cheri's death and discovers a secret that ties the two disappearances together.

The Accident: A Novel by Chris Pavone
This is a day in the life of Isabel Reed, a literary agent, who reviews a manuscript filled with powerful secrets that others do not want published!

Without Warning by David Rosenfelt
Katie and Jake Robbins have tried to put the past behind them, but small towns have long memories and the memories are stirred when a hurricane unearths a time capsule that holds deadly predictions.

Empress of the Night: A Novel of Catherine the Great By Eve Stachniak
This novel is told in the voice of Catherine the Great as she reflects on her ascension to the throne, her rule over the world's greatest power, and the sacrifices that made her the most feared woman of her time.

The Cairo Affair by Olen Steinhauer
Emmett and Sophie are a U.S. foreign service couple stationed in Budapest. When Emmett is shot and killed Sophie flies under the radar in a quest to root out his assassin.

Nonfiction
You Can Date Boys When You're Forty: Dave Barry on Parenting and Other topics He Knows Very Little About By Dave Barry
A Brilliantly funny explorations of the twin mysteries of parenthood and families.

Exodus: A Memoir by Deborah Feldman
Deborah Feldman returns with an extraordinary follow-up that traces her new life as an independent young woman and single mother, and her search fo an authentic and personal Jewish identity.

Uganda Be Kidding Me by Chelsea Handler
Join Chelsea Handler as she recounts her mishaps and adventures from around the world.

 
 

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