The Kills: The Massive by Richard House (Picador, August 2014)-The US release of The Kills is actually four books in one, and after starting off with a bang with Sutler, it’s time to move onto Book 2: The Massive. The Massive is the “city” at Camp Liberty that all that money that disappeared in Sutler was supposed to fund. It’s Iraq, it’s hot, bullets are flying, IEDs are par for the … Continue reading
Here are the new releases in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction for September 2014. Look at all the pretty covers!! September 2nd-8th, 2014:
Lots of great deals, all under $5! As always, double checking before you click the Buy button is always in order, because sometimes these deals don’t last long. Lots of great stuff here, just in time for the holiday weekend!
Please welcome Delilah S. Dawson back to the blog! Her brand new book, SERVANTS OF THE STORM, just came out this month, and I was thrilled to catch up with her about it, and more! I’m very excited about Servants of the Storm! Will you tell us more about the book and what inspired you to write it? Sure! Servants of the Storm is a Southern Gothic Horror YA set … Continue reading
Acceptance by Jeff VanderMeer (FSG, Sept. 2nd)-Please note: There are no spoilers for this book, but may be minor spoilers for previous books. Have you read Annihilation and Authority and now you’re ready for some answers? Jeff VanderMeer delivers the answers you want, and much more, in Acceptance, the final book in the Southern Reach Trilogy. This is a hard one to review, because it’s kind of the “big reveal” … Continue reading
Do you love suspense? Courtesy of the lovely folks at Gallery Books, I’ve got a copy of ONE OF US, the new book by Tawni O’Dell, up for grabs, and I want you to win it! Check out the details and good luck! I’ll pick a winner on Sept. 5th (US only). About ONE OF US: Dr. Sheridan Doyle—a fastidiously groomed and TV-friendly forensic psychologist—is the go-to shrink for the … Continue reading
Edan Lepucki is a genuine phenomenon, and for good reason: first and foremost, with CALIFORNIA, she’s given us a very assured, excellent debut (trust me, it’s really good), and there was that awesome Stephen Colbert mention… She’s kind of a rockstar, and I’m thrilled that she took the time to answer a few of my questions! Please give her a warm welcome! Edan, congrats on the new book, CALIFORNIA, and … Continue reading
I’m rounding up everything in one post this week, so you should have plenty to choose from to kick-start your weekend! All titles are under $5, and as always, be sure to double check before you click that BUY button! Happy Friday!
Here are the books that I’m especially looking forward to in Mystery, Suspense, and Fiction for September (it’s a helluva month)! Note I took out the Top 10, because I never (ever) can keep it to just 10. Bite Harder by Anonymous-9 (Blasted Heath-Sept 1st ) Synopsis (all synopsis are from Amazon or B&N)-Some say he’s a serial killer. Others, a vigilante doing what police can’t or won’t do. What’s certain … Continue reading
Weirdo by Cathi Unsworth (House of Anansi (Spiderline))-It’s been twenty years since a terrible, supposedly ritualistic murder was committed in a small town by the sea, and Sean Ward, former detective of the London Metropolitan Police is now working cold cases as a private detective after being badly injured on the job. Corinne Woodrow has been put away for her part in the murder, and as far as the public … Continue reading