Friday, April 1, 2016

April's In the Queue


Look for some great new beginnings in this month's In the Queue!

Fiction

Keep Me Posted by Lisa Beazley
This is a fast paced debut novel. Sid convinces her sister to reconnect through old-fashioned letters instead of social media. Both sisters tell intimate details about their lives and when their private correspondence finds its way onto the internet and goes viral, all their secrets are exposed.

The Decent Proposal by Kemper Donovan
Donovan's delightful debut explores the plight of two strangers brought together by an unusual proposition. If they spend 2 hours a week together for a year, they will each receive $500,000.
This dramatic sequel to the Kitchen House combines a fast-paced rescue mission and a journey towards self-acceptance for James Burton. If you read the Kitchen House you'll know this is Belle's son.

The Murder of Mary Russell by Laurie R. King
Sherlock Holmes is back, but is Mary Russell? When the novel opens, the shabby carpet of 221 B Baker Street is drenched in blood--and no one knows the fate of Mary Russell.

Best of My Love by Susan Mallery
Shelby Gilmore goes on the hunt for a friend--a  male friend to convince herself that men can be trusted. Aidan Mitchell agrees to try Shelby's boy/girl experiment after he realizes he is the town's one night Casanova. Their friendship is put to the test when the Fool's Gold rumor mill heats up.

Til Death Do Us Part by Amanda Quick
Calista operates an exclusive matchmaking service for nobles in Victorian London when she is stalked by a dangerously obsessed individual she turns to a reclusive author for help. 


Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld
Wonderfully tender and hilariously funny, Eligible both honors and updates Austen's beloved tale. Sittenfeld tackles gender, class, courtship, and family, and shows why she is a beloved author.

Best Sellers
The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews
City of Mirrors by Justin Cronin
The Emperor's Revenge by Clive Cussler
Night Shift by Charlaine Harris
Troublemaker by Linda Howard
Wilde Lake by Laura Lippman
Fast and Loose by Fern Michaels
15th Affair by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

Nonfiction
This book both sounds the alarm on our worldwide sleep crisis and provides a detailed road map to the great sleep awakening that can help transform our lives, our communities, and our world.
McBride's surprising journey illuminates not only our understanding of this immensely troubled, misunderstood, and complicated soul genius but the ways in which our cultural heritage has been shaped by James Brown's legacy.
Dream Home is a comprehensive source, covering the ins and outs of buying, selling, and renovating a house with hundreds of full-color photos throughout.

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