Saturday, February 28, 2015

March's In the Queue

When it's cold and dreary read a book from March's In the Queue. These novels are sure to make your winter warmer and much more cheery! 

Fiction

The Fifth Gospel by Ian Caldwell
A lost gospel, a contentious relic, and a dying pope's final wish converge to send two brothers on a quest to untangle Christianity's greatest historical mystery.

Hausfrau by Jill Alexander Essbaum
This riveting and unforgettable debut novel is an unforgettable story of marriage, fidelity, sex, morality and mostly self. It navigates between the lines of lust and love, guilt and shame and excuses and reasons,  Anna Benz is an electrifying heroine whose story reveals how we create ourselves, and how we lose ourselves and the sometimes disastrous choices we make to find ourselves.

Dead Play On by Heather Graham
Musicians are being murdered in New Orleans and Danni Cafferty and Michael Quinn are determined to find the murderer. They hope to find what the cops couldn't or wouldn't discover about the mysterious killer.  They discover that sometimes the line between passion and obsession is hard to separate. They must uncover the truth to save other musicians and themselves.

The Buried Giant: A Novel by Kazuo Ishiguro
This novel tells a luminous story about the act of forgetting and the power of memory, a resonant tale of love, vengeance, and war.

Leaving Berlin by Joseph Kanon
Alex Meier makes a desperate bargain with the CIA. He can earn his way back to America but he must spy on the woman he left behind, the only woman he has ever loved.  This is a compelling postwar espionage thriller and a love story that brings a shadowy period of history vividly to life.

Inspector of the Dead by David Morrell
David Morrell transports readers to the fogbound streets of London, where a killer is killing the upper echelons of society with the ultimate victim Queen Victoria.

Cuba Straits by Randy Wayne White
When a friend goes missing after delivering a valuable cache of letters, Doc Ford discovers that the letters may contain a powerful secret that someone does not want made public. 

A Dangerous Place by Jacqueline Winspear
Maisie Dobbs returns in a powerful story of political intrigue and personal tragedy: a brutal murder in the British garrison town of Gibraltar leads the investigator into a web of lies, deceit, and danger.

New Books by Best Selling Authors

Memory Man by David Baldacci
Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg
Wicked Charms: A Lizzie and Diesel Novel by Janet Evanovich
The Bone Tree by Greg Iles
Your Next Breath by Iris Johnson
God Help the Child by Toni Morrison
Miracle at Augusta by James Patterson and Peter de Jong
The Liar by Nora Roberts
Gathering Prey by John Sandford
Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline
Hot Pursuit by Stuart Woods

Non-Fiction
Heretic by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
The author makes an impassioned plea for Islamic Reformation and explores how Islam can be reconciled with modernity to end terrorism and the repression of women and minorities.

Live Right and Find Happiness (Although Beer is Much Faster): Life Lessons and Other Ravings from Dave Barry by Dave Barry
Barry's latest collection of previously unpublished writing is a quick, fun read that will keep you laughing from beginning to end.

Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Live by Gretchen Craft Rubin
This outline is a fascinating study of the human mind and the process of change. Rubin uses real life examples and proved customizable strategies to help readers understand how to change their habits.

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