This week I will start with the new non-fiction books that are gracing our shelves. First off, there is:
BURNING QUESTIONS: ESSAYS AND OCCASIONAL PIECES, 2004 TO 2021 by Margaret Atwood. Followed by:
MADHOUSE AT THE END OF THE EARTH: THE BELGICA’S JOURNEY INTO THE DARK ANTARCTIC NIGHT by Julian Sancton, a history of the Belgian ship Belgica being frozen in ice and the crew trapped inside for the entire sunless, Antarctic winter of 1897.
Thrillers are very popular these days, and this week is no exception. There are 4 thrillers/mysteries coming out from some quite active authors:
THE HARBOR by Katrine Engberg
NOTHING TO LOSE: A J.P. BEAUMONT NOVEL by J.A. Jance
THE PARIS APARTMENT by Lucy Foley
THE CLUB by Ellery Lloyd
The next book is a surprising entry in the sports novel genre,
SOOLEY: A NOVEL by John Grisham. He is not normally known for writing about sports, but I have heard that you can tell that SOOLEY was written by John Grisham just by the twists and turns he takes in the story!
The last book is in the Alpha & Omega fantasy book series, by Patricia Briggs, WILD SIGN (Alpha and Omega Book 6).
As always, thank you for making our shelves your destination.