Wednesday, March 1, 2017

March's In the Queue

Don't let the winter blues bring you down. Find a book that will lift your spirits in March's In the Queue.

Fiction
A Simple Favor: A Novel by Darcy Bell
A single mom's life is turned upside down when her best friend vanishes. This chilling debut thriller will have you wondering who is telling the truth.

In The Name Of the Family: A Novel by Sarah Dunant
A captivating novel about Renaissance Italy and one of history's most notorious families, the Borgias.

A Perfect Obsession by Heather Graham
Someone is murdering beautiful young women in the New York area and displaying them in mausoleums and underground tombs. FBI Special Agent Craig Frasier is the lead investigator determined to find the killer.

Close Enough to Touch by Colleen Oakley
Jubilee Jenkins is allergic to human touch. When her mom dies she is forced to reenter the world. Moving on with her life she befriends and a troubled child and begins to fall for his father. 

New Books by Best Selling Authors
The Fix by David Baldacci
The Lost Order by Steve Berry
All By Myself, Alone by Mary Higgins Clark
The Burial Hour by Jeffrey Deaver
No Easy Target by Iris Johansen
The Horse Dancer by JoJo Moyes
Two From the Heart by James Patterson
Golden Prey by John Sandford
One Perfect Lie by Lisa Scottoline
Fast and Loose by Stuart Woods

Non-Fiction
Good Grief: Heal Your Soul, Honor Your Loved Ones, and Learn to Live Again by
Theresa Caputo
Inspiring spirit-based lessons on how to work through and overcome grief in a guide that offers testimonies by the author's clients.

Being Elvis: A Lonely Life by Ray Connolly
A fresh look at the 20th century icon who transformed American culture. Veteran rock journalist explores the extravagance and irrationality inherent in the Elvis mythology, offering a thoughtful celebration of an immortal life.

Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy: Ernest Hemingway's Secret Adventures by Nicholas Reynolds
The astonishing untold story of Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway's secret life as a spy for both the Americans and Soviets before and during World War II.

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