Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

  Christion Brecher is an author of Cozy mysteries. For those of you unfamiliar with Cozy Mysteries, they are mysteries in which the main character is usually an amateur sleuth. They could be a male or a female, although many of them are female. The sleuth could be a bookstore owner, librarian, teacher, dog trainer, …

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    This week’s new arrivals carry a lot of emotional weight. No wonder they were so heavy! First we have:   A LITTLE CLOSER TO HOME: HOW I FOUND THE CALM AFTER THE STORM by Ginger Zee, a Biography, followed by THE BETRAYAL OF ANNE FRANK: A COLD CASE INVESTIGATION by Rosemary Sullivan. The …

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Another year at the helm of ABSW / Tower Books, and it’s time for another peek behind the curtain at some of the books that shaped and continue to linger in the mind of your humble chief bookseller, here at the little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside. All the titles from last year’s “desert …

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      I am just kidding about what I said in the title – but it does give you a good idea as to what we have in store for you as our new arrivals come in this week. First, there are the Mysteries/Thrillers: CLIVE CUSSLER’S THE DEVIL’S SEA by Dirk Cussler, TOM CLANCY …

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    We have a very different mixture of books coming across our shelves this week. They include a few biographies, such as a Sports memoir, NO ONE WINS ALONE: A MEMOIR by Mark Messier and an Asian memoir, 1000 YEARS OF JOY AND SORROW by Ai Weiwei translated by Allan H. Barr. The next …

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As you can probably tell by the title, this week’s new arrivals include a wonderful selection of mystery/thriller books that are almost guaranteed to keep you at the edge of your seat, from THE JUDGE’S LIST by John Grisham, to A LINE TO KILL: A NOVEL (A HAWTHORNE AND HOROWITZ MYSTERY BOOK 3), OUT OF …

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  If reality is what you enjoy, this week’s new arrivals should be to your liking. There are six non-fiction books that have arrived on our shelves, including MAJOR LABELS: A HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC IN SEVEN GENRES by Kelefa Sanneh a book about music; NAILED IT!: BAKING CHALLENGES, a Cookbook; THE BOYS: A MEMOIR …

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            This week we have a plethora of publications to tell you about! Several superb literature/ fiction books crossed our path, including A CARNIVAL OF SNACKERY: DIARIES (2003-2020) by David Sedaris, CROSSROADS by Jonathan Franzen, THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY: A NOVEL by Amor Towles and WE ARE NOT LIKE THEM by …

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  This week’s new arrivals are again a great mixture of genres. We start with two James Patterson thrillers, DEADLY CROSS, an Alex Cross thriller by James Patterson and THE JAILHOUSE LAWYER by James Patterson and Nancy Allen. Add two biographies, WHERE TOMORROWS AREN’T PROMISED: A MEMOIR OF SURVIVAL AND HOPE by Carmelo Anthony and …

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    This week’s new arrivals come in a range of different genres. The first few books are of a supernatural nature: BLOODLESS by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, a horror novel, and A TERRIBLE FALL OF ANGELS by Laurell K. Hamilton, a supernatural mystery. Next, a mystery, THE MADNESS OF CROWDS by Louise Penny, …

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