For fans of The Woman in the Window and Gone Girl comes a twisted and addictive psychological thriller about a cunning wife, a damaged husband and a chilling murder that no one saw coming! March of 2019
A seamstress who specializes in historical detail, Daria Dembrowski is happy to welcome the Highland Games to town—it’s all fun and games until someone gets “kilt.” September 11, 2018
The breathtaking barrier island of Melbourne Beach, Florida, is every tourist’s fantasy—until murder washes ashore . . . September 25, 2018
An unforgettable year in the life of a visionary high school science teacher and his award-winning students, as they try to get into college, land a date for the prom, and possibly change the world. September 04, 2018
That is what popped on my site this morning. They all look good in their own way so can’t wait to get started on them!
Anything really good I should get???
xx Patricia Books,Books,and More Books Reviews
Good Morning! Home from the hospital and snuggled up with a lot of books!
The surgery on Monday was a Scleral Fixation of a Four-Haptic Intraocular Lens Using Gore-Tex Suture. Which basically means since the usual way wasn’t an option for me, they made tiny incisions in the white part and threaded a basket with a lens in it. Yep it is gross. It looks gross. But I now have a lens. For two years now I have not. Just procedure after procedure. All from a bad contact lens. Fresh out of the box.
Dr. Davis said I look great for 24 hours out of surgery. I’m still not over the anesthesia. That was bad. My throat is still sore from the intubation tube and I threw up for a straight 24 hours, but I think my head has cleared and now we shall go back to 4 different drops every 4 hours.
So I’m reading rather slowly. The good thing is the postman brought books!!
I’m taking this week to recover but will be checking in on you all!
A Literary-Inspired Cookbook for Voracious Readers at Teatime
They go through both bottles of champagne right there on the High Line, with nothing but the stars over them… They drink and Lavinia tells Louise about all the places they will go together, when they finish their stories, when they are both great writers-to Paris and to Rome and to Trieste…
Lavinia will never go. She is going to die soon.
An epic novel—based on true events—of love, grief, race, and wealth, charting a single sweltering summer in Atlanta that left no one unchanged
Humor and sorrow join together in Jamie Weisman’s captivating debut novel—the story of an interfaith wedding from the perspectives of its (adoring, envious, resentful, hilarious) guests
These are four of the books on my list that are debuting tomorrow. If I could only by one, it would have to be the Literary Tea Party.
What do you have coming out tomorrow?
Spring is popping up all over today! Birds chirping, sun burning off the haze and should be in the 70’s today.
Today I’m finishing up Humor and sorrow join together in Jamie Weisman’s captivating debut novel—the story of an interfaith wedding from the perspectives of its (adoring, envious, resentful, hilarious) guests!
And it is set in Atlanta, Georgia. How could I say no? Georgia girls stick together! So far I’m laughing a lot.
What are you doing this Palm Sunday? Anyone march for life yesterday? I would love to hear about that if you did!
Good Reading and Warm Breezes!
It is definitely Spring here. My favorite color of green is Spring Green. That green that pops out on trees promising leaves and flowers. Daffy Dillies are springing up on everyone’s lawn and there is just a newness to everything.
Spring Break is almost over. (Choir of angels sings) There are so many great books coming out this Spring. Some new authors I’ve found and some old favorites so today we are going to laze in the sun and read. And not Run,Spot,Run.
The tiny terrorists are in the living room whispering so I only have a few minutes before all out war erupts over the chalk!
Y’all have a really good day and take some time to notice Spring!
The debut political thriller from Jake Tapper, CNN’s chief Washington correspondent and the New York Times bestselling author of The Outpost— 1950’s D.C. intrigue about a secret society and a young Congressman in its grip
Angie Turner hopes her new farm-to-table restaurant can be a fresh start in her old hometown in rural Idaho. But when a goat dairy farmer is murdered, Angie must turn the tables on a bleating black sheep . . .
SHORTLISTED FOR THE CRIME WRITERS ASSOCIATION DEBUT DAGGER AWARD
Motherland is the first in a gripping series of crime novels set in contemporary St Petersburg, featuring sharp and intriguing policewoman, Captain Natalya Ivanova.
With plot twists galore and an array of credible suspects, this traditional village mystery series will appeal to fans of M.C. Beaton and Midsomer Murders
When Alex Duggins comes across a terrifying scene at the site of a new housing development, once again she is drawn into a case of brutal murder.
This is my week in books. I’m trying to mix the genres up a bit. A crazy killer thriller followed by something more cozy. Give my brain a rest from the fast paced to the slowly savoring.
Happy Reading and Blogging! Thanks for stopping by and let me know if you got anything good to read this week!
You never really reach the end of your TBR pile, do you? Just when I think I have a handle on it and don’t need a spreadsheet, Boom, more books. Oh well if I have to keep getting something I guess books are the way to go!
I have read four books in two days all in the same genre so I’m grabbing this cozy mystery to slow things down a bit.
I personally have never read this author before so I’m excited to see what happens. This is the fifth in the series. Let me know if you’ve read this author!
Early morning eye appointment went well. My doctor made it safely home from Korea. More and more I am realizing this is a journey. It’s been a year since the corneal transplant and I still have a couple of surgeries to go so my goal is to be patient. Never has that word been used in the same sentence with my name. This may be the longest relationship I’ve ever had with a man!
It is still bone chillingly cold so it’s a hot cup of tea, a book and a bath!
xx Patricia Be Safe and Be Warm!