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Old 06-01-17, 08:45 AM  
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Summer Reading

Wow! I can't believe summer is almost here and we are half way through the year. Here are a few new release's for June. Happy reading!!!

Camino Island - John Grisham
The Sunshine Sisters - Jane Green
Once Upon a Spine (Bibliophile Mystery, book 11) - Kate Carlisle
Only Skein Deep (Kelly Flynn Mystery, book 15) - Maggie Sefton
Indecent Exposure (Stone Barrington, book 42) - Stuart Woods
French Fried (Ethnic Eats Mystery, book 2) - Kylie Logan
A Merciful Truth (Mercy Kilpatrick, book 2) -Kendra Elliot
The Black Cat Sees His Shadow (Bad Luck Cat mystery, book 3) - Kay Finch
Treble at the Jam Fest (Food Lovers' Village, book 4) - Leslie Budewitz
Summer At The Dog & Duck (Dog and Duck, book 2) - Jill Steeples
Summer with the Country Village Vet (Love in Langtry Meadows, book 1) - Zara Stoneley
One Bad Turn (DS Claire Boyle, book 3) - Sinead Crowly
He Said/She Said Erin Kelly
The Farmers' Market Mishap (Lopsided Christmas Cake, book 2) Wanda E. Brunstetter

Bad Housekeeping (Agnes & Effie Mystery, book 1) - Maia Chance
The Ultimatum (Guardian, book 1) - Karen Robards
The Swallow's Nest - Emilie Richards
The Identicals - Elin Hilderbrand
A Just Clause (Booktown Mystery, book 11) - Lorna Barrett
The Beach at Painter's Cove - Shelley Noble
Low Tide (Rarity Cove, book 2) Leslie Tentler (kindle)
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Taylor Jenkins Reid
Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity, book 2) V E Scwab (YA Fantasy)
The Lucky Ones - Mark Edwards

Dangerous Minds (Knight and Moon, book 2) - Janet Evanovich
The Silent Corner (Jane Hawk, book 1) - Dean Koontz
Beach House for Rent (Beach House, book 4) - Mary Alice Monroe
Lost and Found Sisters (Wildstone, book 1) - Jill Shalvis

Murder Games - James Patterson and Howard Roughan
The Duchess - Danielle Steel
The Cafe by the Sea - Jenny Colgan
Race Against Time - Sharon Sala
Serenity Harbor (Haven Point, book 6) - RaeAnne Thayne
Persons Unknown (DS Manon, book 2) - Susie Steiner
A Ghostly Light (Haunted Home Renovation Mystery, book 7) - Juliet Blackwell
Primrose Lane (Harmony Harbor, book 3) - Debbie Mason
She Poured Out Her Heart - Jean Thompson
A Stardance Summer (Eternity Springs, book 13) - Emily March
Grace to the Finish (Manor of Murder Mystery, book 8) - Julie Hyzy
If the Haunting Fits, Wear It (Haunted Vintage Mystery, book 5) - Rose Pressey
A Crime of Passion Fruit (Bakeshop Mystery, book 6) - Ellie Alexander
Leaving Lucy Pear - Anna Solomon
Enforcing the Paw (Paw Enforcement, book 7) - Diane Kelly
The Tell-Tale Tarte (Five-Ingredient Mystery, book 4) - Maya Corrigan
Death of a Lobster Lover (Hayley Powell Food and Cocktails Mystery, book 9) - Lee Hollis
Happily Ever After (Harrisons, book 4) Jennifer Gracen (kindle)
Every Last Lie Mary Kubica
The Furthest Station (PC Peter Grant, Novella) Ben Aaronovitch
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Old 06-01-17, 08:52 AM  
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Location: Rochester NY area doesn't quite feel like summer here, but thanks for the new thread and the updates!
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Old 06-01-17, 09:59 AM  
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Thanks for posting the new list!

(How is it summer already?)
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Old 06-01-17, 10:06 AM  
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I just finished "Dead Wake" by Erik Larson, about the sinking of the Lusitania. It was a fantastic and fascinating read, and I recommend it highly. I am now reading "American Lion" by Jon Meacham, a biography of Andrew Jackson. Much more compelling than I expected (which is always good).

I look forward to hearing about what's on everyone else's bedside tables.


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Old 06-01-17, 12:08 PM  
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Thanks for the list. Multiple books on my wishlist are coming out this month. I pre-ordered Emilie Richards new one since I had a small credit burning a whole in my virtual pocket at Amazon. I rarely preorder anything, but since she's probably one of my most favorite authors, it seemed like a good idea.

I read Midnight Crossing by Tricia Fields. I think I'm the only one who reads her here, but just in case, I thought it was one of the better books in her series.

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Old 06-01-17, 04:45 PM  
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I finished Jane Steele and liked it, but found that the middle section dragged a little. I kept thinking that this book would be great on screen.

I just started Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and am really enjoying it. The protagonist is a quirky thirty year old woman with no social skills. It is funny and sad at the same time. Reese Witherspoon has already got her hands on this one and it was just published.
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Old 06-01-17, 05:23 PM  
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... Reese Witherspoon has already got her hands on this one and it was just published.
Yeah, apparently it's been very well reviewed for a while now.
A librarian friend of mine had the chance to read an advance copy and loved it, so I put it on one of my Amazon wish lists just to keep an eye on the pub date.

I'm thinking I'll wait for our library to get a copy. I glanced at it in a bookstore a few weeks ago, but wasn't in a hurry to buy.
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Old 06-09-17, 08:51 AM  
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I finished "The Charm Bracelet" by Melissa Hill. It was a lovely quick read. I didn't see the twists coming. I do miss her books being set in Ireland, though. I think her upcoming release will be.

I also finished the book that was just released about the tv series "thirtysomething." It was very informative and interesting.

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Old 06-09-17, 11:56 AM  
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I read Something Dangerous by Penny Vincenzo. I'm on vacation and had time to read this 700+ page book. It was really good.

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Old 06-09-17, 12:01 PM  
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I'm listening to Bittersweet. I'm almost half way through, and I'm still not sure what I think about it.

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