Wednesday, April 09, 2014
My family, and even my boss, thinks I have a few too many books around the house. But, what can you do when twenty-eight books arrive in three days? I celebrate! These are the books from Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
I don't have time to summarize all of them, but I can tell you what's in those magical arrivals. First, the books that are not crime fiction novels.
When the Cypress Whispers by Yvette Manessis Corporon (debut novel, April)
A Colder War by Charles Cumming (espionage, August)
Don't Call Me Baby by Gwendolyn Heasley (teen fiction, April 22)
Just One Thing by Holly Jacobs (romance, June 10)
Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch (science fiction, July 10)
I'll certainly be doing the book chat with the Berkley Prime Crime and Obsidian May mysteries later this month, but these are the paperbacks that arrived from them.
A Roux of Revenge by Connie Archer
The Goodbye Witch by Heather Blake
A Cookbook Conspiracy by Kate Carlisle
Mr. Monk Gets on Board by Hy Conrad
Last Licks by Claire Donally
Dead, White, and Blue by Carolyn Hart
The Pickled Piper by Mary Ellen Hughes
Death of a Mad Hatter by Jenn McKinlay
A Tiger's Tale by Laura Morrigan
Murder Goes A-Rye by Nancy J. Parra
A Dollhouse to Die For by Cate Price
Board Stiff by Elaine Viets
The rest of the books are crime fiction.
A Dark and Twisted Tide by Sharon Bolton (June)
The Last Girl by Jane Casey (April 29)
The Dead Will Tell by Linda Castillo (July 8)
Cradle to Grave by Eleanor Kuhns (June)
Dead People by Ewart Hutton (April 15)
The Long Way Home by Louise Penny (August 26)
Still Life by Louise Penny
Without Warning by David Rosenfelt (March)
The Poor Boy's Game by Dennis Tafoya (April 29)
Murder in Murray Hill by Victoria Thompson (May 6)
Catnapped by Elaine Viets (May 6)
So, tell me which of these books appeal to you.