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Amazon now has this amazing feature for their Kindle books. You can check them out and even read a sample right here! When I read about it, I thought it was perfect to share my new Spring reads. These are all sitting on my Kindle right now.
This is the continued story of Joe the stalker. It’s told in the first person from Joe’s point of view. I don’t know how the author does it, but you find yourself rooting for the guy. I kept pulling out of the book thinking, “Wait a minute…why am I wanting him to get the girl?” Just like the first book, I can’t put this one down, and I can’t wait to see what happens at the end.
This is a sad story about Maud, an elderly woman who is descending into dementia. She thinks her best friend, Elizabeth is in danger and needs her help, but no one will listen to her. As she starts to leave herself handwritten clues because she forgets so easily, she also begins to look into the mysterious disappearance of her own sister back after WWII.
I was lucky to snag an early review copy of this one, but I’m just now getting it read. I love this author. I have read her other books, and I have been waiting for a new one from her. This is a good murder mystery thriller. Sarah is Jack’s wife. She doesn’t know much about his past. His mother is murdered, but he thinks she was killed in car accident. He grows up and leaves, but the past is brought up again when he comes home when his aunt has a bad fall. Then, Sarah starts digging for answers.
I have read several reviews on this story. But, everything has said it is best to go in not knowing what it’s about. Since I haven’t read just yet, I can’t tell you. I just know that it sounds thrilling and fun. I do know that this is a novella, and it’s best read all three books together. It’s also an older YA book because there is sexual content.
This reminds of me those feminine books I love to call “chick lit.” The main character loves vintage clothing, and each chapter describes some vintage piece exquisitely at the beginning. Along with her two friends, she’s on a mission to buy her vintage store and save it from developers.
This is the story of four strangers who come together, revealing secrets, at the end of the 19th century in the grit of New York. From Coney Island to the back alleys of tenements, this historical fiction will take you back to that time in the big city with it’s vivid descriptions.
This one is total scifi, and it’s super cheap! This is the story about a criminal psychologist who has been studying a teleportation experiment gone wrong when she disappears. Then, her son picks up the pieces to find her.
My favorite way to find new books is by word of mouth, so I’d love to know what you’re reading right now!