Saturday, October 3, 2015

October's In The Queue

Great titles from October's In the Queue!

Fiction
Christmas Bells: A Novel by Jennifer Chiaverini
This wondrous novel was inspired by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Poem,
"Christmas Bells." This is a resonant and heartfelt novel that reminds readers to have faith and look for the good especially during times of hardship. 

Host by Robin Cook
This is an explosive medical thriller. When Lynn Peirce's boyfriend dies after routine surgery, she investigates. She discovers the truth is far worse than medical malpractice.

City on Fire by Garth Risk Hallberg
Hallberg's  debut novel is an unforgettable about love, betrayal and forgiveness and reminds us what makes life worth living in the first place. This is  a compelling mystery and a literary masterpiece.

The Theory of Death by Faye Kellerman
Peter Decker's quiet new job in upstate New York takes a dangerous turn when a man's naked body is found in the woods. Peter joins forces with his former colleague turned law student, Tyler McAdams, to uncover the truth.

A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R.R. Martin
Readers learn more about a poor knight named Duncan and a gallant squire called Egg, who will one day be known as King Aegon V the Unlikely, in three novellas that take place 90 years before Game of Thrones.

Fancy Dancer by Fern Michaels
A powerful and poignant story of love, redemption and family secrets.

The Lake House by Kate Morton
Alice Edevane's baby sister vanishes without a trace. Decades later, Detective Sadie Sparrow happens upon the crumbling estate. what she finds sets off a series of events and reveals shocking truths about the past.

Dark Corners by Ruth Rendell
A spectacular psychological thriller, a story of obsession, instability, blackmail, murder and one man's life unraveling as his choices lead to his demise.

New Books by Best Selling Authors
The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom
The Guilty by David Baldacci
The Crossing by Michael Connelly
Depraved Heart by  Patricia cornwell
Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich
Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith
The Golem of Paris by Jonathan Kellerman
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King
Dashing Through the Snow by Debbie Macomber
Cross Justice by James Patterson
Crimson Shore by Douglas Preston & Lincoln child
See Me by Nicholas Sparks
Precious Gifts by  Danielle Steel

Nonfiction
Whoopi's Big Book of Relationships by Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi speaks openly about why marriage isn't for everyone, and how what's most important is understanding who you are and what makes you happy.

Choosing Hope by Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis
A former first-grade teacher's heartfelt account of how she survived the Sand Hook Elementary School massacre and its aftermath.

The Witches-Salem, 1692 by Stacy Schiff
The Witches is Pulitzer Prize winning author, Stacy Schiff's account of the first great American mystery fully unveiled for the first time. This well documented narrative is extensive and looks at many new sides of the Salem witchcraft trials. 

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