Waiting on Wednesday

May 29th, 2012 kimbacaffeinate UC 23 Comments

29th May
“Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly meme
 hosted by Jill @ Breaking the Spine
It’s a chance to spotlight books we are eagerly anticipating.



The Hiding Place
by David Bell
Publisher: Penguin 
Publication date: October 2, 2012
Genre: Adult Fiction/Suspense/Thriller

A shallow grave holds the deepest secrets in the new suspense novel from the author of Cemetery Girl .

The twenty-fifth anniversary of her brother’s disappearance and murder has Janet Manning on edge—especially when a detective and a newspaper reporter start asking questions, opening old wounds and raising new suspicions. Soon, years of deceit will be swept away, and the truth about what happened to Janet’s brother will be revealed. And the answers that Janet has sought may be found much closer to home than she ever could have imagined…

I am super excited about this new novel from David Bell. I read Cemetery Girl last year and loved it! You can see my review here. David has a gift. He quickly draws you into the story as he weaves mystery and suspense into his tale. This is a standalone novel and I am hoping to bring you an early review of it!

What book are you waiting for?
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23 Responses to “Waiting on Wednesday”

    • kimba88

      I don’t know..i think its kinda creepy. Did you notice the reflection of the person in the water…but no one is there??? eep!

  1. Danny

    Woot, have to check out the first book! I agree with Christy, the cover is kinda boring…

  2. GMR

    Ooh…sounds appropriately creepy. Will have to watch for it! As for me, lotsa stuff to be waiting on, one in particular would be “The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There” by Catherynne M. Valente. Can’t wait!

  3. Beth

    I’ve never heard of this writer before–will have to check him out!

  4. Christina

    I’m not a thriller person ordinarily, so this isn’t my thing. That is really cool about the reflection and no person, though! I hadn’t noticed personally. Dualed has something similar going on. The girl’s shadow is doing something different.

  5. Blodeuedd

    Dunno if I have heard about his other book, I have to check GR and see if it rings a bell 🙂

  6. Heidi

    I love a good thriller. I am going to have to check this out. Sounds really good and creepy! I am also going to go look up a copy of Cemetary Girl!

  7. mariposaspring

    I agree! Just the blurb alone has its suspense and mystery, hope you’ll get this book soon! Though I’m not much a fan of cemeteries but ah well, Happy Wednesday!

    -Alicia
    bookaworld.wordpress.com

  8. Linny

    Sounds pretty interesting. It’s always so excited when you find out an author you love is putting out a new book! 🙂 Standalones are nice too, since it seems most books anymore are in long series that you have to wait forever to find out what happens next in. Anyway, great pick!

    New follower, nice to meet you!

  9. David Bell Novels

    Thanks for mentioning THE HIDING PLACE–and thanks for the great review you gave to CEMETERY GIRL. If your readers ever have questions about either book, they can contact me through Twitter, Facebook, or my website: davidbellnovels.com. Thanks!

  10. Daydreaming_Star

    Ooooh, it definitely looks interesting! I love mysteries! It’s summary reminds me of one of Linwood Barclay’s stories actually but I’m definitely hoooked! I wanna know what happened! 😀

    Thanks for sharing and for posting on my WoW!

    Faye @ A Daydreamer’s Thoughts

  11. Michelle Chew

    The cover has a mysterious feel to it and so does its summary. Great pick!

    My WoW

  12. Louisa

    Oh, sounds really good! Totally added it to my TBR Pile! Thanks for the head’s up! And thanks for stopping by! Happy reading!