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difit 09-04-21 11:58 AM

Fall Reading
Here are a few September new releases. Happy reading!!

A Christmas in the Alps - Melody Carlson
Reading Between the Crimes (Jane Doe Book Club Mystery, book 2) - Kate Young
Striking Range (Timber Creek K-9 Mystery, book 7) - Margaret Mizushima
Forgotten In Death (In Death, book 53) - J D Robb
Defending Britta Stein (Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart, book 6) – Ronald H Balson
Constance (Constance, book 1) – Matthew FitzSimmons
Hemlock (China Bayles, book 28) - Susan Wittig Albert
The Trapped Wife – Samantha Hayes
The Night She Disappeared – Lisa Jewell
Lady's Ransom (First Argentines, book 3) – Jeff Wheeler
Next of Kin – Kia Abdullah (Audio)

The World Played Chess - Robert Dugoni
When Sorrows Come (October Daye, book 15) - Seanan McGuire
Right Behind Her (Bree Taggert, book 4) - Melinda Leigh
Her Perfect Life - Hank Phillippi Ryan
Apples Never Fall - Liane Moriarty
A Killer Christmas Wish - (Cat Latimer Mystery, book 7) -Lynn Cahoon (kindle)

Daughter of the Morning Star (Walt Longmire Mysteries, book 17) - Craig Johnson
Claw And Order (Mystic Notch Cozy Mystery, book 8) – Leighann Dobbs (kindle)
A Darker Reality (Elena Standish, book 3) - Anne Perry
Trail of Destruction – Tracy Buchanan
Dashing Mr. Snow – Jaci Burton (kindle)

A Little Christmas Spirit - Sheila Roberts
The Santa Suit - Mary Kay Andrews (Novella)
The Christmas Wedding Guest (Wishing Tree, book 1) - Susan Mallery
The Wish - Nicholas Sparks
Keep Me Warm at Christmas (Silver Springs, book 9) - Brenda Novak
Once in a Lifetime - Mary Monroe
Last Seen Alone - Laura Griffin
Don't Look Now - Mary Burton
All I Want from Santa - Lisa Jackson
The Christmas Wish (Blessings, Georgia, book 12) - Sharon Sala
Ask No Questions- Claire Allan
Holidays on the Ranch (Burnt Boot, Texas, book 1) – Carolyn Brown (kindle)
The Last Graduate - (Scholomance, book 2) – Naomi Novik
The Cursed Carnival (anthology of Stories) – Rick Riordon
The Corpse in the Gazebo (Food Blogger Mystery, book 5) – Debra Sennefelder
Cakes and Pains (Great Witches Baking Show, book 8) – Nancy Warren (kindle)

yogapam 09-04-21 12:06 PM

I always have a book & an audiobook going. Right now I’m listening to The Jane Austin Society & reading Louise Penny’s latest, The Madness of Crowds.

BunnyHop 09-04-21 12:20 PM

Waiting on The Madness of Crowds from the library. Just finished a third re-read of Becky Chambers' The Galaxy and the Ground Within, and just started my first re-read of Psalms for the Wild Built.

toaster 09-04-21 03:36 PM

I know it's still technically summer, but I can't believe it's September! :eek:

I'm still reading different books in different places:
Yoga for Healthy Aging - as a reference and to prep for training next month
The Body is Not an Apology - in family room for during the day
Quiet - before bed
Thoughts Without a Thinker - in office

No novels right now but have picked up several from little libraries of late; today I got one by Gillian Flynn (author of Gone Girl).

patrice 09-04-21 04:53 PM

I just finished A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins. I really enjoyed it!


FirmDeb 09-05-21 08:44 AM

So many good reads this fall. My TBR is growing and growing. :D I just started Poisonous by Allison Brennan. Thank you for including my release in the list. :heart:

Gams 09-05-21 08:59 AM

I pre-ordered Hayley Mills’ autobiography. It’s supposed to be released in a couple days.

ardnas 09-05-21 10:22 AM

Still leisurely reading The Comfort Book by Matt Haig and started I'll Be The One by Lyla Lee & Super Blend Me by Jason Vale.

DD546 09-05-21 11:30 AM

I know a lot of you enjoy a good cozy. I had not heard of many of the book series on this list.

I just finished reading Swamplandia by Karen Russel. It had been on my list for awhile and I found it at a thrift store. I can't really recommend it. I found it well written and interesting, but I also found it disturbing. Before that I read the most recent Robert Galbraith "Troubled Blood." Very long but I enjoyed it.

I'm about to start a Laurie King book, "Keeping Watch." I like her books. This is a stand alone, but she also writes a Mary Russell Sherlock Holmes series, which I enjoy.

Rivercat 09-07-21 10:45 AM


Originally Posted by DD546 (Post 2939944)
I just finished reading Swamplandia by Karen Russel. It had been on my list for awhile and I found it at a thrift store. I can't really recommend it. I found it well written and interesting, but I also found it disturbing.

I read that soon after my mom moved to Orlando and found it very evocative of that weirdly Florida tacky tourist culture and well written, but felt that what happens to Ava unnecessary to to the overall story.

I finished Andre Agassi's autobiography Open on audio and found it fascinating, especially in light of what is happening currently with Naomi Osaka.

Otherwise I've been trying to get through some of the romance novellas on my Kindle while waiting for the next Psy-Changeling library hold: 40/Love by Olivia Dade (hilarious), On Pointe by Shelly Ellis (not bad though it ends on a cliffhanger instead of being self-contained), and Archer's Sin by Amy Raby (a side story from a series I haven't read, good worldbuilding but meh story).

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