Malorie by Josh Malerman is the follow up sequel to his blockbuster hit Birdbox. Narrated by Cassandra Campbell, Malerman delivered a story I didn’t even know I wanted. Brilliant, thought-provoking and addictive.
Deadly Touch by Heather Graham takes readers into the Everglades and familiar stopping grounds from the roads to the trails for this reader. Crocodiles, old bones and visions await you in the newest Krewe of Hunters story…
I enjoy historical fiction involving World War II, and The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel drew me in by its title. The tale Harmel treats us to was unputdownable. We learn the tale of a young-woman who helped hundreds flee the Nazis.
Garrett Swopes, Elwyn Alexandra Loehr, and holy developments! The Graveyard Shift by Darynda Jones is a 1001 Dark Nights novella, set in the Charley Davidson world. It is a treat for fans and a standalone intro for newbies.
For me summertime screams psychological thrillers and mysteries. The Girl from Widow Hill by Megan Miranda was the perfect fix. Miranda delivered a suspense, twisted and clever-murder mystery.
The setting for The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs drew me in. A bookshop in a historical building set in San Francisco. How could I not? The Lost and Found Bookshop delivered romance, treasures, and an engaging tale about finding one’s self.
Swoons and a cat-and-mouse game await you in To Catch an Earl by Kate Bateman. This is the second novel in the Bow Street Runners as Alex Harland, Earl of Melton hunts for the mysterious jewel thief known as the Nightjar.
The Devil of Downtown by Joanna Shupe is the third and final novel in the Uptown Girls trilogy. Set during the Gilded Age, Shupe will soon have you swooning for Jack and cheering for the youngest Greene sister.