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Sunday, June 1, 2008

New Releases 6/3

Some of the titles hitting shelves this week include:

China Lake by Meg Gardiner - though Meg's got a brand spanking new series hitting shelves next Tuesday, powers that be in publishing have finally decided to release her previous series stateside. Each of the following books in the Evan Delaney series will follow in the coming months and forensic psychiatrist Jo Beckett makes her world debut in one week! 
Trust Me by Brenda Novak - first in a thrilling new trilogy
Season of Strangers by Kat Martin - thanks PW for ruining the surprise. I haven't read this one just yet, but the synopsis is intriguing without giving much away - PW blew the whistle, though. 
Before the Storm by Diane Chamberlain - a mother who must prove her son's innocence after he's accused of arson
House at Midnight by Lucie Whitehouse - a debut about growing up and growing apart
Rabbit in the Moon by Deborah and Joel Shlian - I ran out of time, but still plan on getting to this one (and most on this list). This is a political thriller set around the events in China in 1989.
Summer Blowout by Claire Cook - the author who brought you Must Love Dogs and her newest beach read
Nothing to Lose by Lee Child - latest in the amazing Reacher series
spies of Warsaw by Alan Furst - new espionage thriller from the man some call the best in the genre

And, it's June. Check out booksense.com to see what booksellers are recommending this month.

New on DVD:
The Eye the American remake starring Jessica Alba

New reviews at bookbitch.com this week:
The House at Midnight
Coffin County by Gary A. Braunbeck
Bobbie Faye's (Kinda, Sorta, Not Exactly) Family Jewels by Toni McGee Causey

Tonight I'll finish up Dirty Secrets Club and start on Blood Detective by Dan Waddell.

4 comments:

Cheryl said...

I like the cover for China Lake. Sounds good

J. Kaye Oldner said...

I have "Trust Me" by Brenda Novak on my shelf! Can't wait to read it.

Meg Gardiner said...

China Lake is definitely good.

But then I'm biased, so I would say that.

Becky LeJeune said...

Hahaha! Hi, Meg. I'm really looking forward to reading it. I loved Dirty Secrets Club. Am hoping I might be able to pick up China Lake while I am in NYC and read it on the plane home.