Saturday, September 5, 2015

September's In the Queue

September's In the Queue is filled with fantastic novels from Best Selling authors and two new debut novelists. As well as many other books from authors you know and love.

So sit back, relax and get In the Queue.

Fiction
The Heart Goes Last: A Novel by Margaret Atwood
This dystopian love story has flawed adults as the protagonists.  Stan and Charmaine are homeless and without jobs. They've heard of a city, Consilience where everyone has work and a home you just have to join the Positron Project. They apply and are accepted into the program. They soon realize that their good fortune may not be as good as they hoped. If they make a mistake it may cost them their lives.

Dishing the Dirt by M.C. Beaton
Agatha Raisin loses her temper when a newcomer tries to steal her ex-husband. When the newcomer dies Agatha becomes the prime suspect.

Did You Ever Have a Family by Bill Clegg
Hours before her daughter's wedding a fatal tragedy occurs, which leaves June Reid utterly alone. This mesmerizing debut novel shows how people can make the unbearable bearable and shows that a glimmer of light might be all you need when your world turns dark.

A Song of Shadows: A Charlie Parker Thriller by John Connolly
Charlie Parker puts his life on the line for a widowed mother with dangerous secrets.

The Hidden by Heather Graham
An exciting page-turner that brings past and present together in an unexpected way. Is it possible for a killer to strike again a hundred and fifty years later? Scarlet Barlowe stumbles across a murder scene that is reminiscent of one that took place more than a century ago. When strange things begin happening and she is suspected of murder she calls her ex-husband, FBI Agent Diego McCullough to come to her rescue. This new book in the Krewe Hunter series is one readers will love!

Corridors of the Night  by Anne Perry
Hester Monk must be rescued after she uncovers a nefarious plot to experiment on impoverished children.

Pretty Girls: A  Novel by Karen Slaughter
This chilling psychological thriller begins when Claire Scott's millionaire husband is found stabbed. When her home is burglarized during the funeral and FBI agents begin asking questions. She calls on Lydia, her estranged sister for help. Can the sisters handle the truth that is revealed?

The Gates of Evangeline by Hester Young
A darkly haunting debut novel which is a Gothic novel intertwined with a classic chilling whodunit. Charlie Cates finds herself embroiled in a 30-year-old missing child case. As she unravels the truth, evil closes in around her.

New Books by Best Selling Authors

The Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks
The End Game by Catherine Coulter
The Scam by Janet Evanovich
The Survivor by Vince Flynn & Kyle Mills
A Banquet of Consequences: A Linley Novel by Elizabeth George
Playing With Fire: A Novel by Tess Gerritsen
Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham
Winter Stroll by Elin Hilderbrand
Shadow Play: An Eve Duncan Novel by Iris Johansen
After You by Jo Jo Moyes
Saturn Run: A Novel of 2066 by John Sandford
Corrupted by Lisa Scottoline
All The Stars In Heavens : A Novel by Adriana Trigiani
Foreign Affairs by Stuart Woods

Non-Fiction

Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
Gilbert, the author of Eat Pray, Love encourages readers to focus their life fulfilling their curiosity rather than hiding from their fears. This insightful self-help book will inspire readers to reach for their dreams. 

Unlikeable: The Problem with Hilary by Edward Klein
Edward Klein, who takes a hard line with politicians now asks the question,  "Why is Hilary so unlikeable?"

Bill O'Reilly: Killing Reagan by Bill O'Reilly
This captivating account of President Reagan's career tells the vivid story of his rise to power and the forces that conspired to bring him down.




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