Saturday, August 15, 2015

August's In the Queue

Since summer has finally hit, here are some great books to help you forget the heat!

Fiction
Patriot: An Alex Hawke Novel by Ted Bell
In the murky world of counter terrorism and high-stakes intrigue the risks have never been higher. Once again Alex Hawke must save the world!

Everybody Rise by Stefanie Clifford
Bracing, hilarious and often poignant, this debut novel shows us what happens as money and class collide.

The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman
A lovely and imaginative fictionalized biography of Camille Pisarro's Mother, Rachel and her fire for life.

Last Words by Michael Koryta
Mark Novak's firm is asked by the primary murder suspect, Ridley Barnes, to investigate a decades old murder in Trapdoor Caverns. 

Point Blank by Fern Michaels
The sisterhood is back together and doing whatever it takes to find Lilly Wong. The odds are stacked against them, but when the sisterhood is involved you can always bet on the underdog.

Trap: A Novel by Robert Tanenbaum
Butch Karp and Marlene Ciampi get entangled  in a web of misdirection and must unravel it in time to solve a mass murder. As Butch reaches a conclusion and the case goes to trial, the ultimate showdown begins.

Starlight on Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs
A stunning tale of the delicate ties that bind a family together and the secrets that tear them apart.

New Books by Best Selling Authors
The Solomon Curse by Clive Cussler
Purity: A Novel by Jonathan Franzen
The Girl In The Spider’s Web by David Lagercrantz with Stieg Larsson
The Murder House by James Patterson
Devoted In Death by J.D. Robb
Undercover: A Novel by Danielle Steel

Who Do You Love: A Novel by Jennifer Weiner

Nonfiction
A breathtaking journey through the world of dolphins; their playfulness, sociability and intelligence seem like an aquatic mirror of mankind at its best.

This is a conversational sermon and an uplifting rally cry which proposes a framework for readers to discover their purpose and achieve their full potential.


A story of tragedy, heroism and survival as Al Roker discusses America’s deadliest natural disaster: the great gulf coast hurricane of 1900 and its impact on American history and culture.  

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