Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

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  The new arrivals this week are again following the pattern of many more non-fiction books than fiction or genre books. Memoirs/biographies top the list, but with a bit of a twist:   INTO THE INFERNO: A PHOTOGRAPHER’S JOURNEY INTO CALIFORNIA’S MEGAFIRES AND FALLOUT by Stuart Palley is actually a book of photographs, but it …

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    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 …

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    This week our shelves are filled with the memoirs of celebrities. Some you may have heard of, some you may not, but the books themselves should prove pretty entertaining.     BRIGHTER BY THE DAY: WAKING UP TO NEW HOPES AND DREAMS by Robin Roberts. Robin was a longtime host of GOOD MORNING …

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    There are many books coming out this week that are geared towards helping oneself find what it is you really want to do in life, or how to channel your life in positive, creative ways. I thought I’d focus on some of these non-fiction books since life these days can be very difficult …

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    It seems as though Historical fiction novels are becoming very popular these days, and the first two on the list of new arrivals at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester are exactly that:   THE DIAMOND EYE by Kate Quinn – a World War II tale based on a true story about a quiet …

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  The first new arrivals to don our shelves this week are some interesting genre books.   We have a thriller:   THE MATCH by Harlan Coben,   and a mystery:   GIVE UNTO OTHERS (A COMMISSARIO GUIDO BRUNETTI MYSTERY) by Donna Leon     Then for those of you who enjoy the TV series, …

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    This week there are two types of new books that are entering into our literary establishment – thrillers/mysteries and non-fiction books. I will start with the non-fiction, of which there are several different categories:   Biographies:   ONE DAMN THING AFTER ANOTHER: MEMOIRS OF AN ATTORNEY GENERAL by William P. Barr and REBEL: …

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  Hello, folks. This week there are several fiction books to tell you about in our New Arrivals area, albeit different types of fiction.   GROUNDSKEEPING: A NOVEL by Lee Cole is actually a biographical fiction story about coming of age in America, and families. KLARA AND THE SUN by Kazuo Ishiguro is a metaphysical/dystopian …

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  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 …

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  This week’s new arrivals include books from a few different genres. There are several thrillers by some of the usual suspects, DIABLO MESA by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child SIERRA SIX (Gray Man book 11) by Mark Greaney, and a more humorous crime thriller by Janet Evanovich and Steve Hamilton, THE BOUNTY: A NOVEL …

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