Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

 

 

Happy Thursday! This week, many more genre books are crossing the shelves at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester, starting with a wonderful array of thrillers. We have:

 

DEATH OF THE BLACK WIDOW by James Patterson

 

DREAM TOWN (AN ARCHER NOVEL BOOK 3) by David Baldacci

 

KINGDOM OF BONES: A THRILLER (SIGMA FORCE NOVELS BOOK 16) by James Rollins

 

and

 

WATCH OUT FOR HER: A NOVEL by Samantha M. Bailey

 

Each one of these are bound to keep you at the edge of your seat.

 

 

 

For a bit more of a fantastical read, you might want to try a speculative fiction book:

 

THE MEMORY LIBRARIAN: AND OTHER STORIES OF DIRTY COMPUTER by Janelle Monáe (SF), which takes the Afrofuturistic world from one of her critically acclaimed albums and puts it onto the written page.

 

 

Women’s Fiction:

 

BEAUTIFUL by Danielle Steel is a bit different than the usual Danielle Steel books, but is still great Danielle Steel.

 

 

 

The non-fiction books are also varied. There is one biography this week,

 

JILL: A BIOGRAPHY OF THE FIRST LADY by Julie Pace and Darlene Superville .

 

 

 

And only one self-help book:

 

OWN YOUR PAST CHANGE YOUR FUTURE: A NOT-SO-COMPLICATED APPROACH TO RELATIONSHIPS, MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS by Dr. John Delony

 

 

 

The last two books are both related to movies, but one is a cookbook:

 

 

JURASSIC WORLD: THE OFFICIAL COOKBOOK by Insight Editions

 

 

 

And the last is about art:

 

 

THE ART OF THE BATMAN by James Field (non-fiction art)

 

 

 

 

 

As always, Thank you for making our shelves your destination.

 

 

 

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