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March is Women's History Month
2020 is the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave US women the right to vote.
Suffrage: Women's Long Battle for the Vote by Ellen Carol Dubois

Distinguished historian Ellen Carol DuBois begins in the pre-Civil War years with foremothers Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Sojourner Truth as she explores the links of the woman suffrage movement to the abolition of slavery. After the Civil War, Congress granted freed African American men the right to vote but not white and African American women, a crushing disappointment. DuBois shows how suffrage leaders persevered through the Jim Crow years into the reform era of Progressivism. She introduces new champions Carrie Chapman Catt and Alice Paul, who brought the fight into the 20th century, and she shows how African American women, led by Ida B. Wells-Barnett, demanded voting rights even as white suffragists ignored them.

DuBois explains how suffragists built a determined coalition of moderate lobbyists and radical demonstrators in forging a strategy of winning voting rights in crucial states to set the stage for securing suffrage for all American women in the Constitution. In vivid prose DuBois describes suffragists’ final victories in Congress and state legislatures, culminating in the last, most difficult ratification, in Tennessee.

DuBois follows women’s efforts to use their voting rights to win political office, increase their voting strength, and pass laws banning child labor, ensuring maternal health, and securing greater equality for women.

Simon & Schuster 2020 - Format: Hardcover - Price: $28.00

Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815-1897 by Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815–1897 , is one of the great American autobiographies. There is really no other American woman’s autobiography in the nineteenth century that comes near it in relevance, excellence, and historical significance.

In 1848, thirty-three-year-old Stanton and four others organized the first major women’s rights meeting in American history. Together with Susan B. Anthony, her partner in the cause, she led the campaign for women’s legal rights, most prominently woman suffrage, for the rest of the century. In those years, Stanton was the movement’s spokeswoman, theorist, and its visionary. In addition to her suffrage activism, she was a pioneering advocate of women’s reproductive freedom, and a ceaseless critic of religious misogyny. As the mother of seven, she also had pronounced opinions on women’s domestic responsibilities, especially on raising children.

In  Eighty Years and More , Stanton reminisces about dramatic moments in the history of woman suffrage, about her personal challenges and triumphs, and about the women and men she met in her travels around the United States and abroad.

Stanton’s writing retains its vigor, intelligence, and wit. Much of what she had to say about women, their lives, their frustrations, their aspirations and their possibilities, remains relevant and moving today.

Simon & Schuster 2020 - Format: Paperback - Price: $17.00

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss's Birthday
Oh, the Places You'll Go! by Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss’s wonderfully wise  Oh, the Places You’ll Go! i s the perfect send-off for grads—from nursery school, high school, college, and beyond! 

From soaring to high heights and seeing great sights to being left in a Lurch on a prickle-ly perch, Dr. Seuss addresses life’s ups and downs with his trademark humorous verse and illustrations, while encouraging readers to find the success that lies within. In a starred review,  Booklist  notes, “Seuss’s message is simple but never sappy: life may be a ‘Great Balancing Act,’ but through it all ‘There’s fun to be done.’” A perennial favorite and a perfect gift for anyone starting a new phase in their life!

Random House 1990 - Format: Hardcover - Price: $18.99

March 4th is the 70th Anniversary of Disney's Cinderella
Walt Disney's Cinderella

The most beloved princess movie of all time—Disney's  Cinderella —is retold in the classic Little Golden Book format. It's perfect for Disney Princess fans ages 2-5.

Golden - Format: Hardcover - Price: $4.99

Happy St. Patrick's Day!
The Leprechaun's Big Pot of Gold by Patricia Reeder Eubank

A shamrock-shaped board book by the author and illustrator of ABCs of Halloween, just in time for Saint Patrick's Day. What good is a pot of gold if you can't remember where you buried it? That is the precise question on the mind of this frustrated little leprechaun, whose mood could not be more glum as a result. He follows rainbows in vain each afternoon and fiddles sad songs alone in his cottage at night. But in the midst of his frantic searches for his pot of gold, he happens upon a big, fluffy dog he names Goldie and then a beautiful cat, Rainbow. What he discovers along the way is something much more precious than gold — true friendship, what he has really been searching for all along. This sweet tale of friendship and luck is illustrated with the detailed, lush paintings of Patricia Reeder Eubank.

Worthy Kids - Format: Board Book - Price: $6.99

March 20th is Very Hungry Caterpillar Day
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

THE all-time classic picture book, from generation to generation, sold somewhere in the world every 30 seconds! Have you shared it with a child or grandchild in  your  life?

Philomel - Format: Board Book - Price: $10.99

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March New Releases
Writers and Lovers by Lily King (signed copies available!)

Blindsided by her mother’s sudden death, and wrecked by a recent love affair, Casey Peabody has arrived in Massachusetts in the summer of 1997 without a plan. Her mail consists of wedding invitations and final notices from debt collectors. A former child golf prodigy, she now waits tables in Harvard Square and rents a tiny, moldy room at the side of a garage where she works on the novel she’s been writing for six years. At thirty-one, Casey is still clutching onto something nearly all her old friends have let go of: the determination to live a creative life. When she falls for two very different men at the same time, her world fractures even more. Casey’s fight to fulfill her creative ambitions and balance the conflicting demands of art and life is challenged in ways that push her to the brink.

Writers & Lovers  follows Casey—a smart and achingly vulnerable protagonist—in the last days of a long youth, a time when every element of her life comes to a crisis. Written with King’s trademark humor, heart, and intelligence,  Writers & Lovers  is a transfixing novel that explores the terrifying and exhilarating leap between the end of one phase of life and the beginning of another.

Grove Press 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.00

The Yellow Bird Sings by Jennifer Rosner

In Poland, as World War II rages, a mother hides with her young daughter, a musical prodigy whose slightest sound may cost them their lives.

As Nazi soldiers round up the Jews in their town, Róza and her 5-year-old daughter, Shira, flee, seeking shelter in a neighbor’s barn. Hidden in the hayloft day and night, Shira struggles to stay still and quiet, as music pulses through her and the farmyard outside beckons. To soothe her daughter and pass the time, Róza tells her a story about a girl in an enchanted garden:

The girl is forbidden from making a sound, so the yellow bird sings. He sings whatever the girl composes in her head: high-pitched trills of piccolo; low-throated growls of contrabassoon. Music helps the flowers bloom.

In this make-believe world, Róza can shield Shira from the horrors that surround them. But the day comes when their haven is no longer safe, and Róza must make an impossible choice: whether to keep Shira by her side or give her the chance to survive apart.

Inspired by the true stories of Jewish children hidden during World War II, Jennifer Rosner’s debut is a breathtaking novel about the unbreakable bond between a mother and a daughter. Beautiful and riveting,  The Yellow Bird Sings  is a testament to the triumph of hope—a whispered story, a bird’s song—in even the darkest of times.

Flatiron 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $25.99

Cherokee America by Margaret Verble

It’s the early spring of 1875 in the Cherokee Nation West. A baby, a black hired hand, a bay horse, a gun, a gold stash, and a preacher have all gone missing. Cherokee America Singer, known as “Check,” a wealthy farmer, mother of five boys, and soon-to-be widow, is not amused.

In this epic of the American frontier, several plots intertwine around the heroic and resolute Check: her son is caught in a compromising position that results in murder; a neighbor disappears; another man is killed. The tension mounts and the violence escalates as Check’s mixed race family, friends, and neighbors come together to protect their community—and painfully expel one of their own.

Cherokee America  vividly, and often with humor, explores the bonds—of blood and place, of buried histories and half-told tales, of past grief and present injury—that connect a colorful, eclectic cast of characters, anchored by the clever, determined, and unforgettable Check.

Mariner Books 2020  - Format: Paperback - Price: $15.99

The Nation City: Why Mayors Are Now Running the World by Rahm Emanuel

At a time of anxiety about the effectiveness of our national government, Rahm Emanuel provides a clear vision, for both progressives and centrists, of how to get things done in America today—a bracing, optimistic vision of America's future from one of our most experienced and original political minds.

In  The Nation City , Rahm Emanuel, former two-term mayor of Chicago and White House Chief of Staff for President Barack Obama, offers a firsthand account of how cities, rather than the federal government, stand at the center of innovation and effective governance. Drawing on his own experiences in Chicago, and on his relationships with other mayors around America, Emanuel provides dozens of examples to show how cities are improving education, infrastructure, job conditions, and environmental policy at a local level.

Emanuel argues that cities are the most ancient political institutions, dating back thousands of years and have reemerged as the nation-states of our time. He makes clear how mayors are accountable to their voters to a greater degree than any other elected officials and illuminates how progressives and centrists alike can best accomplish their goals by focusing their energies on local politics.  The Nation City  maps out a new, energizing, and hopeful way forward.

Alfred A. Knopf 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $25.95

Bless Your Heart: 200 Trivia Questions to Prove Your Southern Know-How

How well do y'all know Southern culture? Find out with this trivia game—plus hosting tips and ten recipes for cocktails and party bites—from the editors of  Garden & Gun .

Think of the award-winning magazine  Garden & Gun  as a friend who knows just about everything there is to know about the modern South. Join the party and prove your love of Southern life and culture with this trivia game written by  G&G  editors. The set includes 200 trivia question cards covering:

• Travel & Places
• Food & Drink
• Sports & Culture
• Literature & Arts

An enclosed booklet offers instructions for those who want to set up a proper trivia night for two or more competitors and play in rounds for points. However, the cards work just as well as conversation starters displayed during cocktail hour. Next time you throw a party, pour out some bourbon or sweet tea, and pull out this game to test the knowledge of the Southerners (and those who are just curious about the South) among you. For folks who don't do so well—bless their hearts.

Clarkson Potter Publishers 2020  - Price: $20.00

Children's Fiction
Grandma's Gardens by Hillary Clinton (signed copies on order!)

From mother-daughter team Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton comes a celebration of family, tradition and discovery, and an ode to mothers, grandmothers and the children they love.

Grandma Dorothy shared her love of gardens with her daughter, Hillary, and her granddaughter, Chelsea. She taught them that gardens are magical places to learn, exciting spaces for discovery, quiet spots to spend time with family and beautiful areas to share stories and celebrate special occasions. But most of all, she taught them that in her gardens, her love grew and blossomed.

In this inspiring and heartwarming mother-daughter story, Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton team up to show readers how sharing the things we love with the people we love can create powerful, everlasting bonds between generations.

Philomel 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $18.99

Winterborne Home for Vengeance & Valor by Ally Carter

April didn't mean to start the fire. She wasn’t the one who broke the vase. April didn’t ask to go live in a big, creepy mansion with a bunch of orphans who just don't understand that April isn’t like them. After all, April’s mother is coming back for her someday very soon.

All April has to do is find the clues her mother left inside the massive mansion. But Winterborne House is hiding more than one secret, so April and her friends are going to have to work together to unravel the riddle of a missing heir, a creepy legend, and a mysterious key before the only home they’ve ever known is lost to them forever.

HMH Books for Young Readers 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $16.99

Young Adult
Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare

Cordelia Carstairs is a Shadowhunter, a warrior trained since childhood to battle demons. When her father is accused of a terrible crime, she and her brother travel to London in hopes of preventing the family’s ruin. Cordelia’s mother wants to marry her off, but Cordelia is determined to be a hero rather than a bride. Soon Cordelia encounters childhood friends James and Lucie Herondale and is drawn into their world of glittering ballrooms, secret assignations, and supernatural salons, where vampires and warlocks mingle with mermaids and magicians. All the while, she must hide her secret love for James, who is sworn to marry someone else.

But Cordelia’s new life is blown apart when a shocking series of demon attacks devastate London. These monsters are nothing like those Shadowhunters have fought before—these demons walk in daylight, strike down the unwary with incurable poison, and seem impossible to kill. London is immediately quarantined. Trapped in the city, Cordelia and her friends discover that their own connection to a dark legacy has gifted them with incredible powers—and forced a brutal choice that will reveal the true cruel price of being a hero.

McElderry Books 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $24.99

Tigger's Adventure of the Month
Staff Picks
Jill Recommends...
The Velvet Rope Economy: How Inequality Became Big Business by Nelson D. Schwartz

You hear the phrase income inequality all the time but this was a very interesting look at how business is actually adapting to this new normal and some of the long-term consequences that may entail. The author and I agree that the Great Recession and slow recovery was the immediate catalyst for many of the trends he documents, though we disagree about the policies that caused/will prevent another recession. Recommended for anyone interested in business or the economy.

Doubleday 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.95

Melissa Recommends...
Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales

When Ollie met Will at he lake over the summer, he thought he'd found his happily-ever-after. But when he sees Will again after moving to a new high school, he soon figures out that the Will he met isn't the real Will -- that Will isn't out and isn't very nice. Over the course of the year, Ollie makes new friends, deals with his aunt's cancer, and tries to come to terms with his and Will's relationship, or lack thereof. Readers will fall in love with Ollie and Will and their friends as they learn to deal with relationships and both societal and self-expectations.

Wednesday Books 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $17.99

Get A Grip, Vivy Cohen! by Sarah Kapit

Vivy wants more than anything to play real baseball, but her autism and being a girl seem to be problems for other people, like her mom and some of the boys on the team. With help from some new friends (including a pro baseball player), Vivy learns to stand up for herself. Written as a series of letters and emails between Vivy and pro baseball player VJ, this story will resonate with anyone who's been told they can't do something even if they know they can.

The Dial Press 2020 - Format: Hardcover - Price: $17.99

Oona Out of Ordeer by Margarita Montimore

On her 19th birthday, Oona discovers that she will not live her adult life chronologically. At the stroke of midnight each January 1st, she time-hops in her life to different years -- from 1982 to 2015 to 1991, and back and forth, never knowing when she'll end up or how old her body will be or what will change or stay the same throughout the years. A compelling read that shows how love, connection, and family tie people together and create a life worth living, despite the intransigence of time.

Flatiron 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $26.99

Shout by Laurie Halse Anderson

This memoir in verse contains so many beautiful and heartbreaking moments. It is comprised of Anderson's life, including events that led to her well-known and award-winning stories and how those stories (especially Speak ) have affected herself and her readers even 20 years after publication. Her reflections, even the heartbreaking ones, are captured beautifully in her poems, making this inspirational book one that is sure to be treasured by anyone who is desperate to have their own voice.

Penguin Books 2020  - Format: Paperback - Price: $10.99

Things You Can't Say by Jenn Bishop

Drew's dad died by suicide 3 years ago, but he still feels it in his life -- from the emptiness where his dad's presence used to be, his anger at how his dad must have lied about being happy, how everyone knows about it which makes it awkward to talk about his dad at all. Now Drew's best friend has a new best friend, Drew's mom has a friend (maybe boyfriend?) staying at their house, and there's a new girl at the library trying to take over his job. Middle-grade readers will be able to relate to Drew's struggles with family and with losing and gaining friendship, as well as how he deals with his loss and grief.

Aladdin Books 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $17.99

The Midnight Hour by Benjamin Read and Laura Trinder

When Emily's parents disappear after her mom receives an odd letter, Emily decides to take matters into her own hands to find them. Her journey takes her to the Midnight Hour, a place where time has stopped in Victorian London, and magic still exists. Fans of Nevermoor will enjoy this fun story about finding the magic within and using it to make a difference.

Chicken House 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $17.99

Grace Anne Recommends...
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

I don't know how I went so long without reading this, but wow, what an incredible book. I'm generally not a huge dystopian fan, but Fahrenheit 451 is absolutely brilliant. Set in a world where books are illegal and firefighters set fires instead of putting them out, this book is one that sticks with you long after you read the final page. It's filled with parallels of our world today, and is such a thought-provoking exploration of technology, privacy, desensitization and censorship. A fascinating book that I think everyone should read.

Simon and Schuster 2012  - Format: Paperback - Price: $15.99

Volunteer Picks
Linda Recommends...
When All is Said by Anne Griffin

Maurice has all the money he will ever need, but he has lost what is most important to him. When All Is Said takes you through Maurice's life as he offers 5 toasts to the people that meant the most to him. Growing up poor, he held a grudge against the wealthy family that employed he and his mom. He spends most of his life trying to get back at them but in the end, he realizes that relationships are more important than all the money in the world. Beautiful writing worthy of a good Irish novel.

Picador 2020 - Format: Paperback - Price: $17.00

Bells for Eli by Susan Beckham Zurenda

Zurenda’s debut is a Southern novel in every sense: a secret-filled small town, tormented characters, surprise plot developments. She brings to life the very believable romance between first cousins Eli and Adeline. The two develop a strong bond after Eli has a life-threatening accident at a very young age. Zurenda writes convincingly against the backdrop of the happenings of the 60s and 70s, including the Vietnam War and the emerging drug culture of that time. This is a strong novel, and hopefully we will read much more from Zurenda in the years to come.

Mercer University 2020 - Format: Hardcover - Price: $25.00

More Than Words by Jill Santopolo

A light, sexy read from the author of The Light We Lost . Nina Gregory's father is dying, and as the only child, she faces taking over his hotel empire while at the same time staying true to herself. Nina discovers secrets about her father's life that affect how she sees her future developing. With the help of an attractive mayoral candidate, Nina finds out what she needs to do to set her life on the right course.

Putnam 2020 - Format: Paperback - Price: $16.00

Nancy M. Recommends...
The Evil Men Do by John McMahon

If you loved T he Good Detective , fasten your seat belt… this one is going to blow your mind! Once again, McMahon has woven a riveting, true detective story, one that is fast-paced and edge of your seat good! P.T. Marsh has a knack for finding connections where no one else can and before you know it several violent crimes are all interwoven and once again Marsh is operating under the radar without department approval. We can only hope that his personal desire for answers and revenge won’t take him past the point of no return. McMahon’s characters are rich and smart, and dark and dangerous. P. T. Marsh is a great detective, but he is never one to let the rules get in the way of catching the bad guys. This is a must read!

G.P. Putnam's Sons 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.00

You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

I am speechless. I cannot believe that Greer and Sarah have written a thriller better than their first two combined. Shay is a nice, normal young woman who just can’t seem to get a break. She is on her way to the subway one morning and stops and takes time to put her hair up in a ponytail. 22 seconds is all it takes but that is enough for her to arrive at the subway platform just as the train pulls away. It is then that she sees another woman who also just missed the train. As the next train approaches she watches in horror as the woman jumps to her death. 22 seconds is all it takes for Shay’s nightmare to begin; only she doesn’t yet know what a nightmare it will become. You will not be able to put this one down so don’t start it until you have time to read it straight through

St. Martin's Press 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.99

The Holdout by Graham Moore

Wow! What a terrific legal drama. Rather than typical courtroom scenes, The Holdout centers on the jury and how one holdout influenced all of them and how their lives changed because of being jurors on a sensational murder trial. We get a look at each juror at the time of the trial and then 10 years later when one of the jurors is murdered right before he releases new information he says he has about the accused murderer. The Holdout is full of interesting legal facts and lots of emotional turmoil and even if you think you have this one figured out you will most likely be wrong, After reading this you may think twice before agreeing to jury duty!

Random House 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $28.00

Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson

What a fun read and what an ingenious mystery. How can any lover of mysteries not love reading a book whose main character owns a mystery book store and who references some of the most famous mystery books and authors there are. After finishing this you will be like Mal and want to go back and reread the first mysteries you fell in love with and perhaps also Mal’s list of the eight perfect murder books.

William Morrow 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.99

Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomare

Call Me Evie opens with an emaciated 17 yo, Evie, holding scissors and chopping off her hair while Jim tries to stop her. They are in a house in a remote seaside village in New Zealand. As Evie narrates the story we learn that Evie is not her real name, Jim is not her uncle and she has been taken from Australia drugged and against her will so Jim can protect her from something awful she supposedly did back home. The story is told in chapters alternating from before coming to NZ to after. It is obvious that Evie is a troubled child but is Jim truly trying to protect her from something she did or is he using her as protection for something he did. The characters are so well developed you think you truly know them but then you realize that someone must be lying. Call Me Evie is a fabulous debut psychological thriller that will soon have you second guessing everything you think you know and trying to figure out who should be afraid of whom.

G.P. Putnam's Sons 2020  - Format: Paperback - Price: $17.00

The Mother-in-Law by Sally Hepworth

Family relationships are often complicated and misunderstood especially between mother and daughter in laws, but do they usually end in murder? This is the question to be answered in Hepworth’s masterfully plotted novel of families and expectations each has of the other. Lucy is yearning for a mother figure since her mother died when she was young. Diana seems to be the total opposite of what Lucy was hoping for in a MIL. Lucy begins to believe that Diana doesn’t even like her at all. When Diana, a prominent and very wealthy member of the community is found dead of an apparent suicide and the police begin to believe foul play we finally see the characters as they really are. Did Diana finally push Lucy too far? Perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty.

St. Martin's Griffin 2020  - Format: Paperback - Price: $16.99

Brent Recommends...
The Warsaw Protocol by Steve Berry

This one is part travelogue, part religious history and all adventure. As we have grown accustomed to, Cotton Malone brings us into a story full of intrigue, exciting twists and edge of your seat anticipation as Cotton becomes entwined in a plot that threatens to disrupt the Polish government in a way that could have dire implications to Europe and threaten serious implications between Russian and American interests. The cleverly conceived plot is at the same time preposterous, yet somehow compellingly possible. You will become immersed in this one in the race to see who will ultimately gain control of a cache of historical documents from the past that could change the course of the future.

Minotaur Books 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $28.99

Like Lions by Brian Panowich

This is a compelling story that hooks you from page 1 and is hard to put down. Brian Panowich has put together a visceral and at times disturbing tale set in the North Georgia backwoods. The story centers around Clayton Burroughs, the County Sheriff who is dealing with a deep set of problems that have him on the very edge both personally and professionally. Complex and cleverly plotted, the author shows us the human side of Clayton and how he must deal with inner demons and external forces that threaten to tear apart his life and family. I found this one before reading his debut Bull Mountain, but immediately after finishing Like Lions , I placed the order for a copy of his first. I will be looking forward to what comes next!

Minotaur Books 2020  - Format: Paperback - Price: $16.99

Hour of the Assassin by Matthew Quirk

Nick Averose, an ex-Secret Service agent now working private security is the absolute best when it comes to personal protection. He assesses personal security for those at the highest level of risk to identify any weaknesses in their systems. So when the former Director of the CIA is murdered while Nick is performing a covert intrusion just to prove how such a murder could be done, he falls victim to the perfect frame. Nick must use desperate means to clear his name and protect both himself and those he loves from the dark forces that plotted this perfect murder and now want Nick dead. In this tautly written thriller, Nick pursues his adversaries relentlessly, while never knowing who he can trust. This is an extremely well written page turner of the highest order. You will lose some sleep with this one. It is hard to put down!

William Morrow 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.99

Jackie Recommends...
When You See Me by Lisa Gardner

When a story involves Kimberly Quincy, DD Warren and Flora Dane you know it is going to be good. You know the interaction of three strong, determined and smart women will be compelling. The pleasant surprise is how truly spellbinding and engaging the story is. Small towns can hide really big secrets, and none are bigger than the one contained here. An initial search to see if Jacob Ness has more victims left to be discovered quickly evolves into something far larger and darker than anyone could imagine. All Lisa Gardner fans will love the book, it can stand alone and anyone who enjoys crime suspense books should read the book.

Dutton 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.00

Stop at Nothing by Michael Ledwidge

Michael Gannon is definitely a guy you want on your side, widowed with a son he does not get to see enough, he ekes out a living as a dive instructor in the Bahamas. Out one night on a solo fishing trip he witnesses the crash of a small jet. A good samaritan attempt at rescue and a questionable decision net him enemies too powerful to imagine. They will stop at nothing, literally nothing, to stop him. Unfortunately for then Gannon was not always a beach bum moonlighting as a dive instructor. Ancillary characters are so well developed I hope to see many of them again in the series.

Hanover Square 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $26.99

Revolver Road by Christi Daugherty

A captivating installment in this series. Harper has such a tangled past that she struggles with constantly. Her relationship with her father is on a path to destruction due to his actions, her love life is as complicated as possible, and someone might want to kill her. The navigation of all these situations is engaging and will get your heart rate elevated. The Savannah environment comes to life, good and bad, in the descriptions in the book. A good suspense read.

Minotaur Books 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $27.99

The Other Mrs. by Mary Kubica

An engaging book that delves into the very dark side of mental illness. Sadie and Will are starting over in Maine with their two sons and guardianship of Will's niece, a virtual stranger. Being accepted in a small town is hard anytime, but with a fragile relationship and a secluded island population it is almost impossible. Sadie has been through some tough times and is not prepared for all the challenges she faces. You must decide if her issues are real, of her own doing, or imagined. A look behind the scenes at a marriage during trials exposes secrets that shatter even the strongest person.

Park Row Books 2020  - Format: Hardcover - Price: $26.99

No Bad Deed by Heather Chavez

A chilling book about a Cassie, a veterinarian who is too absent from her family, and her reliable husband Sam, a high school teacher. One good deed should not change her life irrevocably, but it does. One day she is a harried wife and Mother, and the next she has two traumatized children, a stalker and a missing husband. You will keep reading one more page in this book to see what happens next. Good deeds are not always unpunished...

William Morrow 2020 Format: Hardcover - Price: $26.99

After Sundown by Linda Howard and Linda Jones

I have been reading, and loving, Linda Howard books for over twenty years. This plot is a departure from many of her previous books, but so beautifully crafted it is hard to put down. A natural disaster that none of us believe could happen does, and the power grid is gone. Sounds bad, right? Actually worse that we could ever imagine. This book chronicles the journey of one small Tennessee mountain town and exposes the best and worst of people. The painstaking detail of everyday life is so well captured you feel you are living it with the residents. I believe this book is perfect for current fans and should also appeal to more technical and even sci-fi fans. (Don't panic, it's not a sci-fi book).

William Morrow 2020 Format: Hardcover - Price: $26.99

The Dark Corners of the Night by Meg Gardiner

Caitlin Hendrix is now working full-time in the Behavioral Analysis Unit at the FBI. Part of a close knit team she is dispatched to Los Angeles to help with the hunt for the Midnight Man. A brutal serial killer who seems to strike at random and leaves no clues behind. The team begins to decode the patterns the killer does not even know he leaves. His tracks are faint and it rattles Caitlyn as she is still haunted by The Ghost, a serial killer who has eluded capture. As the profile continues to be developed, and bodies continue to be found, the conclusion is just to terrible to believe. Faced with resistance from the police department the BAU team may be on their own. The book has a really fast pace and lays bare the emotions of the parties involved. A great installment in this series.

Blackstone Publishing 2020 Format: Hardcover - Price: $26.99

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