I’m looking forward to reading these three very soon:
Winter of the Gods by Jordanna Max Brodsky
Selene DiSilva returns as the modern-day Artemis in
Brodsky’s second crime mystery in Manhattan.
Click here to read all about Brodsky’s debut novel, The Immortals.
At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen
Historical fiction – a post-World War II love story set in Scotland. My book club enjoyed Water for Elephants and we’re looking forward to this one too!
In the Woods by Tana French
Our library Whodunits group will be discussing this Dublin crime story in April. In the Woods is Book 1 of 5 in the Dublin Murder Squad Series.
That’s what is on top of my pile.
What books are in your future?
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Two more books on the current refugee experience are at the top of the pile as well as an ARC that I’m enjoying and will positively review. A ho-hum audio that I’m glad is nearly over and more await me. I do intend to get to Water’s Edge someday–I’ll be interested in your review.
Our library loans out 10 books at once in our Book Club in a Bag program so I’m handing them out tonight!
Water’s Edge was lovely. Very almost mystical
Just got my copy!
Can’t wait for the review!
I liked Water for Elephants too.
I’m looking forward to reading Tony Riches third book about the establishment of the Tudor dynasty.
Such an interesting time period!
Of the above, I’ve only read Tana French’s. I read a couple in the series and then stopped. Guess they just didn’t keep me interested enough to come back, though I did like the setting.
I’ve never read her books – I will wait and see what I think. I’m not totally into book series because they are a time commitment, but if I can read others in between then that’s okay.
I’m always hesitant to start a new series for that very reason, but once I do and I find one I love, then it’s like Christmas. 😊
I loved The Immortals – it was so good, I’m looking forward to reading book 2 soon.
Hope you enjoy the Gruen book – I also liked Water for Elephants but haven’t read the new book yet.
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