Tuesday, July 5, 2016

July's In the Queue

Don't let summer woes get you down. Instead enjoy a great adventure from July's Get In The Queue!

Fiction
The Light of Paris by Elizabeth Brown
Feeling panicked by her empty life and marriage to a controlling and critical husband, misfit Madeline discovers a revealing journal written by her grandmother during a romantic, literary and rebellious summer in Jazz Age Paris. This inspires Madeline to have a rebellious summer of her own.

Here Comes The Sun by Nicole Y. Dennis- Benn
In this radiant, highly anticipated debut, a cast of unforgettable women battle for independence while a maelstrom of change threatens their Jamaican village.

The One Man by Andrew Gross
When A World War II physics professor with information vital to Allied forces is sent to a Nazi concentration camp, intelligence officer Nathan Blum is sent undercover to infiltrate Auschwitz and bring the professor to safety.

Make Me Love You by Johanna Lindsey
Lindsey delivers a sparkling, passionate tale of an earl's daughter who must convince a mysterious viscount to marry her and end his vendetta against her brother.

Daughters Of The Bride by Susan Mallery
With joy, love and a little trepidation Courtney, Sienna and Mallory invite you to the most emotional wedding of the year,...their mother's.

The Last One: A Novel by Alexandria Olivia
In Alexandria Olivia's thrilling psychological suspense debut, survival is the name of the game, as the line blurs between reality TV and reality itself--one woman's mind and body are pushed to the limit.

The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
Assigned to review an exclusive North Sea luxury cruise, travel journalist Lo Blacklock witnesses a woman being thrown overboard and is baffled when all the passengers remain unruffled and accounted for, a nightmare that unravels as Lo struggles to convince everyone on board that what she saw was real. 

New Books By Best Selling Authors

Sting by Sandra Brown
The Jealous Kind by James Lee Burke
Killer Look by Linda Fairstein
Deadly Fate by Heather Graham
Night and Day by Iris Johansen
Sweet Tomorrows by Debbie Macomber
Tuly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty
Bullseye by James Patterson
White Bone by Ridley Pearson
First Star I See Tonight by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny

Non-fiction

We're Still Right--And They're Still Wrong by James Carville
The prominent liberal campaign strategist argues that Democratic policies enacted by the Clinton administration and continued by President Obama have effectively sustained and salvaged the United State's economic well-being.

Freedom: My Book of Firsts by Jaycee Lee Dugard
This raw and inspiring book reminds readers that there is life after tragedy. Jaycee uses her own life story to show how each person holds the key to personal happiness, how to find it, and how to hold onto it.

I've Got Sand In All The Wrong Places by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Serritella
Lisa and Francesca are back with another collection of warm and witty stories that will strike a chord with every woman.

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