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Old 09-01-17, 09:53 AM  
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Fall Reading

Yay! Fall is coming. I love this season but wow this year is going by fast. My TBR Pile seems to be getting bigger instead of smaller.

Here are a few new release's for September. Happy reading!

5th
Proof of Life (J P Beaumont, book 23) - J A Jance
The Western Star (Walt Longmire Mysteries, book 14) - Craig Johnson
Lie to Me - J T Ellison
Secrets in Death (In Death, book 45) - J D Robb
When the Bishop Needs an Alibi (Amish Bishop Mystery, book 2) - Vannetta Chapman
Dead in the Water (Welcome Back to Scumble River, book 1) - Denise Swanson
Pudding up With Murder (Undercover Dish Mystery, book 3) - Julia Buckley
Body on the Bayou (Cajun Country Mysteries, book 2) - Ellen Byron
Dead Woman Walking - Sharon Bolton
The Summer That Made Us - Robyn Carr
The Second Chance Cafι in Carlton Square (Carlton Square, book 2) – Lily Barlett
The Bakery on Rosemary Lane (Rosemary Lane, book 2) – Ellen Berry
The Blood Card (Stephens abd Mephisto, book 3) – Elly Griffths
The Best of Us: A Memoir – Joyce Maynard
The Study in Gold (Oxford Dogwalkers, book3) – Annie Dalton
A Tale of Two Kittens (Magical Cats Mystery, book 8) – Sofie Kelly
If There’s No Tomorrow – Jennifer L Armentrout (YA)
Genuine Fraud – E Lockhart (YA)

12th
Enigma (FBI Thriller, book 21) - Catherine Coulter
A Column of Fire (Pillars of the Earth, book 3) - Ken Follett
Chickadee Chickadee Bang Bang (Bird Lovers Mystery, book 5) - J R Ripley
Cold Malice (Cold Justice, Book8) - Toni Anderson
Asking for Truffle (Southern Chocolate Shop Mystery, book 1) – Dorothy St. James
Body on the Bayou (Cajun Country Mysteries, book 2) – Ellen Bryon

19th
A Face to Die For (Forensic Instincts, book 6) - Andrea Kane
To Be Where You Are (Mitford, book 12) - Jan Karon
Keep Her Safe - Sophie Hannah
The Last Move - Mary Burton
In a Cottage, in a Wood - Cass Green
The Worst Cast Scenario Cookery Club – Chrissie Manby
Long, Tall cowboy Christmas (Happy, Texas, book 2) – Carolyn Brown
The Trust (Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart, book 3) – Ronald H Balson
An Echo of Murder (William Monk, book 23)- Anne Perry

26th
Turkey Trot Murder (Lucy Stone, book 24) - Leslie Meier
Don't Let Go - Harlan Coben
Sleeping Beauties – Owen King and Stephen King
Sleep like a Baby (Aurora Teagarden, book 10) - Charlaine Harris
Purring around the Christmas Tree (Pawsitively Organic Mystery, book 6) - Liz Mugavero
Death by Eggnog (Bookstore Cafe Mystery, book 5) - Alex Erickson
Dial Meow for Murder (Lucky Paws Petsitting Mystery, book 2) - Bethany Blake
This Side of Murder (Verity Kent, book 1) - Anna Lee Huber
Her Last Goodbye (Morgans, book 2) – Melinda Leigh
Lies of Lies – Sharon Sala
Chasing Christmas Eve (Heartbreaker Bay, book 4) – Jill Shalvis
Barking Up the Wrong Tree (Bluff Point, book 2) – Jenn Mckinlay
Sugar Pine Trail (Haven Point, book 7) – RaeAnne Thayne
Second Chance Girl (Happily Inc., book 2) – Susan Mallery
The Persian Always Meows Twice (Cat Groomer Mystery, book 1) – Eileen Watkins
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Old 09-01-17, 08:37 PM  
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I am very absorbed in reading the book "The Fifth Letter." The author is Nicola Moriarty. She is the younger sister of author Lianne Moriarty.
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Old 09-01-17, 09:42 PM  
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Still reading the new Louise Penny, Glass Houses.
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Old 09-01-17, 09:47 PM  
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I am very absorbed in reading the book "The Fifth Letter." The author is Nicola Moriarty. She is the younger sister of author Lianne Moriarty.
Is she as good as Lianne? Lianne is one of my favorites!
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Old 09-01-17, 10:33 PM  
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Is she as good as Lianne? Lianne is one of my favorites!
I think this is her first book. I am enjoying it very much so far.
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Old 09-02-17, 07:30 AM  
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Just finished the Alice Network......a fictionalized account of women spies in France in WWI. Amazing what these women endured and accomplished.
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I am very absorbed in reading the book "The Fifth Letter." The author is Nicola Moriarty. She is the younger sister of author Lianne Moriarty.
This book is available at Amazon on Kindle for $1.99 right now.

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Old 09-02-17, 03:39 PM  
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Carol and Sherry, thanks! I may have to get that one......

I'm in the midst of some YA fantasy right now - Court of Mist and Fury -it is not my usual genre to read, but i'm enjoying the change up!

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Old 09-02-17, 04:01 PM  
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I am very absorbed in reading the book "The Fifth Letter."
This is in my to read pile. I admit I read the first several pages and it didn't grab me so I moved on to something else, but I will get to it eventually.

I just started Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed - which I've heard is similar to A Handmaid's Tale. I was sold when I read it is Never Let Me Go meets The Giver - loved both of those.

Up next will be Pieces of Happiness by Anne Ostby... A novel of five lifelong friends who, in their sixties, decide to live together on a cocoa farm in Fiji, where they not only start a chocolate business but strengthen their friendships and rediscover themselves.
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Old 09-02-17, 04:28 PM  
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I just started "I'm Watching You" by Teresa Driscoll -- it's one of those free Amazon Prime books for September. It's a page turner!
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